THE SCOTTISH FALSETTO SOCK PUPPET THEATRE are the comedy double act that has to be seen to be believed. A hosiery based stage show that tours theatres and clubs in the UK and beyond.
64 jam-packed pages of the Socks' best comedy sketches, drawn by Kev F out of The Beano, squished between hand-crafted / stroke / mass-produced paperback covers.
The stars of BBC 3's Comedy Shuffle and Upstaged, and MTV's Best Show Ever, and the darlings of YouTube bring you songs, sketches, socks and violence. BEST SHOW Nominees, Leicester Comedy Festival 2009.
"For sheer energy and laughs per hour, these comic stockings are the biz – denier miss it." - **** The Scotsman
"A show that will rock your socks off - if only all laundry could be this fun." - ****Three Weeks
"Utterly irresistible" - The Stage
"So hilarious they have to be seen to be believed" - Latest 7
"Hilarious... the Abbott & Costello of the sock world" - Time Out
Read more: http://comicfestival.co.uk
The books published here are a wide variety of either my own Art and other projects or have connections with Family members. Please take a browse and enjoy the bookshelf! -------------------------------------------------------------- I have a passion for Art in its many forms across history and cultures. Ancient Egypt, Fairy Tales, Dreams and Nightmares in particular. My sculpture and installation work have been exhibited widely across the UK with some international exposure and the ongoing Lost Not Found:Abscission project will next be in New York and the official Edinburgh Art Festival. Lost Not Found:Abscission is a series of Art Hunts with up to 28 pieces hidden without clues in a City for anyone to discover and keep. I trained as a sculptural ceramicist and teacher and have a background of teaching, workshop leading and involvement with a variety of Arts organizations and projec
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Venice 2011 Publicado 25 de septiembre de 2011
Tales of Nambygate Publicado 31 de agosto de 2011
Edinburgh Sketchbook 1984 - 85 Publicado 25 de agosto de 2011