Live from his luxury apartment in London's glittering East End, Dean Learner (Club owner, Celebrity Manager, Entrepreneur and Publisher of high-class gentleman's magazines) invites you to meet some of his closest friends, Man to Man.
An all-singing, all-dancing, star-spangled musical leap around the biblical story of the Nativity, set in 1972.
”But the other day, Fielding was on some ebony and ivory shit on Twitter noticing that people around the world are all the same, and if you disagreed you must be “retarded”.
Does he ever have a dress-down day, slob out a bit? I'm not particularly a slippers and dressing gown type. I don't have a weird tracksuit I put on when I get in…
That's not my zone.” Noel Fielding's zone, as most people know by now, is surreal, funny, psychedelic and a little bit rock'n'roll.
Fielding’s response to this was “go back to school you dumb fuck” and tell her that she had a big nose, was old and ugly.
He then sent his followers, yet again, out to attack anyone who dared argue with him.
If you own a copy of his Art Book - "Scribblings of a Madcap Shambleton", then you can see some of his creations brought to life, most notably The Jelly Fox.
(Episode 2.) There's a lot of love & hard work gone into this and I have been laughing throughout. (The day after we meet, he interviews Ronnie Wood in Waterstone's about his new book and posts a picture online; they look like father and son – all angles and bouffant hair.) He attained cult comedy status as one half of the Mighty Boosh and mainstream fame on Never Mind the Buzzcocks.His rival team captain on the show, Phill Jupitus, dubbed him a “gothic George Best”; his best friend, Serge Pizzorno of Kasabian, called him a “modern-day Dali”. When you're young, people say, 'Yeah, he's young, he's daft, he does all this weird stuff,' and then you have success and people say, 'Oh right, he's good.' And maybe in 10 years, I'll be seen as eccentric, like Vic Reeves or Spike Milligan, which would be amazing. Earlier this year, Never Mind the Buzzcocks was axed. It was like being in The Beatles.” The end came in 2009, after a 100-date tour.See full summary » This parody series is an unearthed 80s horror/drama, complete with poor production values, awful dialogue and hilarious violence.The series is set in a Hospital in Romford, which is situated over the gates of Hell.With a comic twist, this familiar story is brought to life through the eyes ...