Saturday, May 23, 2009


Savannah gave me the excuse for the first one. The rest are just because.

Someone once said that Eric and Ernie were like two much-loved daft uncles being silly just for you. I can think of no better tribute.


Lulu LaBonne said...

they have always been my favourites - I adore them.
Against all expectations enjoyed the West End show
'The Play What I Wrote'

Scarlet-Blue said...

I think 'The Play What I Wrote' started in Brighton - I could be wrong?
Anyhow, have a fab weekend, Kev!

KAZ said...

Wonderful stuff.
I suppose they learned the hard way in front of audiences who heckled and threw things.

savannah said...

absolutely delicious, sugar! thank you for the smiles this morning! y'all are a delight! xoxox

Kevin Musgrove said...

Thanks all. They are a treat, aren't they?

They worked their way through the halls from childhood, including gigs at the infamous Glasgow Empire, the English comedian's graveyard. I'm not sure why they kept booking English comics given that the audiences hated them; it must have been something like bear-baiting. Des O'Connor was dying on his feet there one time and decided that the only way to escape the ordeal would be to faint and be dragged off. Which he duly did.