Traditional Family Christmas Argument 11. It's Going to Be an Awkward Christmas, Darling Part 3 If Alan Bennett and Victoria Wood wrote a Christmas album, it would sound something like thi. ry, humorous, lyrically intelligent and unashamedly poignant – it’s perfect for Christmas fanatics and Humbugs alike. Packaged in a plastic slip-wallet with printed disc, cover & tracklist. I have a few badges left so I'll slip some of them in too! Includes unlimited streaming of It's Going to Be an Awkward Christmas, Darling via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. released December 1, 2010. All songs written and performed by Helen Arney and Paul Richards, with Martin Randle. Recorded in three days in Melbourn, Cambridgeshire, and produced by Martin Randle.
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Helen Arney and Paul Richards launch their festive EP by performing a few cheery number alongside stand-up from Terry Saunders, Jay Foreman, Julia Clark, Nathaniel Metcalfe, Rachel Parris, Gerry Howell, Bec Hill and Robin Ince. Green Man. 36 Riding House Street, London, United Kingdom W1W 7ES. Transport Goodge Street. Restaurants near Green Man.
Christmas 1994 - Helen Arney. Christmas Dinner Microwave Meal for One - Helen Arney.
It's not the most uplifting look at Christmas - do comics have a different attitude to the festive season, what with all those awful Christmas party gigs? Christmas Day for me is a small and obligatory blip in my life between late December and New Year. But it's never as awful as I expect it to be. Paul sees Christmas as the apotheosis of joy for the year, therefore is always disappointed. I think it's this mix of cynicism, optimism, childlike wonder and cruel disappointment that makes It's Going to be an Awkward Christmas, Darling work. Christmas is tricky for comics.
Awkward Christmas on BBC 6Music! Posted on Saturday, December 4th, 2010 at 2:53 p. The nicest radio twosome I’ve ever met, Andrew Collins & Richard Herring, played a track from It’s going to be an awkward Christmas, darling on their 6Music show this morning. It was Office Party with Terry Saunders, for the record, at around 2 1/4 hours in, and you can listen on iPlayer until 11th December if you like. As well as Andrew saying some nice things on air, some people said some nice things on Twitter right afterwards, which all made it a very lovely morning. Righto then, back to work we go, and then off to the opera tonight.
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