Sorry to disappoint you if you were expecting an blog about my testicles. It will come (one point for innuendo) eventually but now is not the time. I’m talking about the two biggest balls of the Brighton calendar year and I’m delighted to say I’m hosting both of them. Yeh, get me. The first one is this Saturday at the Hilton Metropole for the Rockinghorse Charity and the second, also at the Hilton on December 3rd, for the Chestnut Treehouse; two brilliant local charities, supporting children in their hour of need.


I’m looking forward to meeting Mitch Winehouse, who will be performing at the Snowman Spectacular on the 3rd. He’s had a difficult year but he’s working hard on the Amy Winehouse Foundation, which is doing great things and I know that he’s donated a substantial amount to Chestnut. As for the Rockinghorse this Saturday, there are dodgems in the Hilton! The only time it’s acceptable to drink and drive (allegedly).


I’m hosting a bunch of comedy nights this side of Christmas; including ‘CULT ‘comedy at the Foragers, Hove November 29th and December 27th. ‘Comedy Cooler’ at the Alibi, also in Hove, on Friday December 2nd and I’m most excited about hosting ‘Express Comedy’ at the Whistlestop Inn on December 14th. The reason being, is that my favourite comedian currently working the UK circuit will be headlining.

'Hello ladies.'

Ladies and Gentlemen, I give you…Brian Gittins! If you haven’t seen Gittins; google him, the man is a genius. That’s all I’m saying. Come. Please. You won’t regret it.Other stuff in the pipeline;

I’ve got a date with my comedy writing partner, Gorgeous George, in a spa this Friday to discuss future comedy projects. This is how we roll. We’re going to have a gay old time.

I’m also working on a football podcast pilot with the chaps from Love talking about football. At great length, to anyone that will listen.

Talking of which, I’ll be hosting the 1901 Club in the East Stand at the Amex Stadium on November 26th (Coventry) and December 3rd (Notts.Forest) and over in the West Stand for Burnley on December 17th. Come and laugh at my tie. That’s not a restaurant, by the way.

And finally, last but not least, I switch on the Christmas Lights on East Street tomorrow, with my co-host Andrea Fox, alongside such celebrities as Todd Carty and Marcus Brigstocke; pure Partridge. I love it.

Come and say hello if you see me at any of the above and I’ll greet you with a sexually charged hug.

Take care x