My Ko-fi page

A little collection of comedy bits and pieces I've done, feel free to drop me some pennies if I at least raise a titter, I'll use them to create more silly stuff.

My photography and design work

Go on, have a look. It's got some pretty pictures on it.

Comedy Cul-de-Sac podcast

Paul Sweeney and I assist comics in dredging up tales of tough gigs they'd rather forget. As podcasts go, it's more sporadic than regular…

My bumblings on Tumblr

Assorted bullshit. Musings, sketches and things I've Photoshopped to be weirder than they are.

Marcel Lucont's book

"What We French Think Of You British... And Where You Are Going Wrong" - available in all bookshops with exquisite taste. And from here:

End Of The Road

A documentary made by my old friend Rich Nicholls for his company Swift Films in 2006, featuring yours truly and Mr Sy Thomas. Can two idiots make a 4,000 mile journey to Africa in a car that cost them £100? Probably. You can see the full movie here for free if you're a LoveFilm member. Also due to be shown on the Discovery Channel in 2012.

The Alternative Comedy Memorial Society

The #ACMS, of which I am a proud Board Member. The alternative to the alternative comedy circuit. A night of Sisyphean comedy.

Excellent (in my opinion) stuff

Armando Iannucci's Facts And Fancies

About as perfect a balance of the childish and the intelligent as you're likely to find. Episode 2 on opera is one of the most perfect comedy monologues I think I've ever heard.
A few of these musings ended up in Channel 4's equally brilliant Armando Iannucci Shows Facts And Fancies on YouTube

Chris Morris' Blue Jam monologues

On a similar note, these dreamlike radio monologues, written by Chris Morris and Robert Katz, are wonderfully bizarre. It's amazing to think now that Blue Jam was ever on Radio 1. Jam was great when it made it to telly, but not a patch on the freaky imagery that Blue Jam conjured up. Blue Jam monologues on YouTube


Where to go for a guaranteed daily laugh. Trawling the silliest corners of the web just for you.


Doesn’t look like this site is being updated anymore, which is a shame. Contains some of the best online surveys ever, including “Should birds be allowed to fly south for winter? yes / no”

The Bugle podcast

A thing of absolute joy. Two stupidly intelligent men being intelligently stupid for your enjoyment for free (although I can highly recommend making a voluntosubscription). Andy Zaltzman and John Oliver dissect the week's news and serve it up on the finest mockery crockery.

Cookd and Bombd

An excellent and massive site dedicated to the genius of Chris Morris, Peter Cook and others, with some rare downloads and interesting articles.

David Shrigley

The brilliantly bizarre and minimalist Scottish artist. Lots of samples of his drawings, photos and animations available on this site.

David Thorne

Sarcastic. Australian. Hilarious.

Without fail this website makes me laugh, cry and nearly wee, especially the ingenious Playground Law and Listopia sections.

Jim'll Paint It

Could this website be the pinnacle of human endeavour? E-mail your suggestions for a picture and, however deranged, Jim will indeed paint it, using only the Microsoft Paint programme. Think you know what "Ross Kemp On Toast" would look like? Or "Ann Widdecombe Rides Space Mountain"? This man easily surpasses your expectations…

The Onion

I’m sure you’ve already seen this wonderful site. If not there’s no excuse – go and check out America’s Finest News Source.


“The interwebular home of Britain's 4th favourite humour magazine.” If you should ever run out of crude slang terms for intercourse, vomiting or masturbation, do check out the Profanisarus.


Monthly cultural showcases, now expanding all over the UK, run by the wonderful Helen and Juliet. Go! Drink! Learn! Enjoy!

Also Festival

A lovely little festival in Warwickshire curated by the Salon lot above - talks, music, comedy, wild swimming, a hay bale fort, midnight feasts. Unique and magical.