Posts Tagged ‘Christopher Biggins’

Sunday in the Dark with Biggins and Friedman

Monday 15 March 2010

No, nothing murky or salacious. But with Biggins seemingly stalking the Whingers it seemed only fair to return the favour. And besides it was for charity. He was giving his BIGgins Night Out at the Richmond Theatre, a variety show with the promise of quick-change artists, magic, puppetry, song and dancing dogs – not to mention liberal helpings of the National Treasure himself. What could possibly not be to like? Read the rest of this entry »

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Megan Mullally’s First Night Party

Friday 19 February 2010

Biggins was there at The Trafalgar Hotel of course, what kind of a party would it be without him?

This was the after-show party for Megan Mullally & Supreme Music Project where security was lax enough for the Whingers to crawl in and where several thousand pounds had been placed behind the bar. Read the rest of this entry »

The WhatsOnStage.com Awards 2010

Monday 15 February 2010

Someone behind the WhatsOnStage.com Awards 2010 must have a slightly twisted sense of humour. Or incredible insight.

Why would they assume that on Valentine’s Day both Whingers would be available? Do we really give off the stench of lonely ageing bachelors available to turn up on the most romantic day of the year rather than cosying up with a beloved in some over-priced eaterie?

Well, read into this whatever you like, but as it happened the Whingers were both free. They had been invited to occupy the press room backstage at the 10th year of the awards and “interview the winners”. Mmmmm, interview. The Whingers discussed this opportunity, decided it sounded like quite a lot of work and opted instead to act as a couple of bookends for the winners’ photographs to add a touch of glamour to the proceedings (as if the evening wasn’t glamorous enough). Read the rest of this entry »

In which the Whingers leave the country…

Sunday 31 August 2008

“Fancy seeing some of the Big Five?” asked Phil.

Andrew naturally assumed Phil was referring to the Great Dames of British Theatre, Judi, Maggie, Eileen, Helen and Biggins, so of course replied in the affirmative.

It was a huge disappointment to Andrew when he found out Phil actually meant lions and tigers and bears (oh my!) by going on safari in Africa (Phil’s not big on what lives where). Read the rest of this entry »