Jeremy Corbyn promises free kittens and puppies for everyone

If Labour wins the next election, Jeremy Corbyn has promised an increase in national happiness by giving a free puppy or kitten to every household in Britain.

In what is being hailed as a revolutionary new policy, Mr Corbyn aims to make Britain forget about its troubles and woes through the use of cute furry animals. Within 3 months of winning, every household will receive their new pet. Acceptance is mandatory.

Now Mr Tibbles, stop that!

Amused Moose present SohoHo’s Comedy Night Out

Amused Moose SohoHo’s Saturday Comedy Night Out
Saturday 23 November

Tonight’s five excellent comedians onstage at Soho’s upmarket boutique Karma Sanctum Hotel are all top-notch, which together makes this the coolest comedy night in town, hosted by;

The brilliantly talented Daniel Audritt (‘8 out of 10 Cats Does Countdown’ writer) who welcomes the wonderfully odd, Paul F Taylor (“Wildly entertaining and absolutely funny”: Chortle), together with the up and coming Ruby Carr (“Insufferably delightful” Amused Moose National New Comic 2019 finalist), Joseph Emslie (“Radiating comic innocence”: Chortle) and Tom Ratcliffe (emerging comedy talent).

Ho Ho SoHo! Giggle into Christmas with the Amused Moose

Composers Network presents With Memories – a review by Tim Marriott

Composers Network, an organisation showcasing the work of contemporary music makers, perform an eclectic programme of modern classical pieces performed by Modulus String Quartet, international harpist Alex Rider, New Network Singers, whilst artists Fenya Sharky and Cliff Crawford create and facilitate impressions of the evening with a dementia affected artist. An extraordinarily emotive and cathartic experience of musical, creative and artistic excellence.

With Memories
With Memories Concert by Cliff Crawford
Memory Lane, creating shared moments between dementia sufferers and their carers

Musk says ‘Tesla Ich bin ein Binliner’

Brexiteers have reacted with indignation over Tesla’s decision to base its European Gigafactory in Germany.

Elon Musk, the company’s high profile founder, said that Brexit uncertainty made it “too risky” to locate the factory in Britain, despite the small army of soon-to-be-unemployed car factory workers here he could potentially have taken on.

Don’t mention the war.