Category: Comedy

17 Million F-Offs to Number One by Friday – just 5 days left

We have just five days to get 17 Million to Number One for Brexit Day, Jan 31.

Buy the single at Amazon or at iTunes. Or, ideally, both. It’s only 99p (79p on iTunes). 

Neither Amazon nor iTunes make it easy to buy singles any more, but a bit of persistence will help you bypass Amazon and Apple music to actually buy the single.

Streaming helps (especially on Spotify) but buying the single is 150 times more effective. 

Please spread the word. It would be a very funny thing.

Adding to the comedy, there is a Remain campaign to get Beethoven’s Ode To Joy to Number One on the same day. It’s Beethoven v Frisby. 

Here’s the full song in its glory.

Let’s Get 17 Million F*ck-Offs to Number One

17 Million Fuck-Offs has been updated. If 40 or 50,000 people buy the single, that could be enough to get it Number One.  Wouldn’t it be fookin’ hilarious to have it blaring on radios across the country on January 31?

(edit: I’m hearing that 50,000 would probably get it into the Top Ten. More likely it would take  more to get it to Number One)

You can buy the single at Amazon or at iTunes. Or, ideally, both. It’s only 99p (79p on iTunes). 

Neither Amazon nor iTunes make it easy to buy singles any more, but a bit of persistence will help you bypass Amazon and Apple music to actually buy the single.

Streaming helps (especially on Spotify) but buying the single is much more effective. One purchase is equivalent to 1,000 streams. 

Please spread the word. It would be a very funny thing …

 

 

Libertarian Love Songs Comes to London’s West End

Libertarian Love Songs is coming to London for a run at the Leicester Square Theatre Museum of Comedy.

With full band.

We open on October 31 (Brexit Day – LOL), November 1 and November 2. (In the event of a no-deal Brexit, essential medical supplies will be provided).

This is likely to sell out. Book early to avoid disappointment. Tickets here. 

Can’t wait.

NB The highly regarded Scottish broadsheet, the Scotsman, declared this show its pick of the musical comedies at the Edinburgh Fringe, ahead of far more celebrated musical acts (who I have no intention of plugging here). Libertarian Love Songs is a “must-see” said this illustrious broadsheet. The eminent critic, Kate Copstick, both revered and feared, stated that this was, “beautifully crafted, cleverly pitched comedy delivered with finesse.”

Don’t miss it.