Wednesday, 31 December 2014

Shed Month

In bygone days, I would have made a lovely recap of the entire year in Adam and Joe World but news is thin on the ground and you all know how to use blogs by now, don't you?  Just check the monthly updates if you think you might have missed something.

As a precursor to Sky Arts airing Adam Buxton's Shed of Christmas, they started to repeat BUG this month. 

Adam did some live gigs this month too. A tiny one at The Dot, a bigger one at the Union and then he went to Uckfield, of all places, for a show of his own one night and then guesting for David Earl.

And then it was upon us.....Adam's Shed of Christmas!

Shaun W Keaveny talked to Adam down the phone line which you can listen to here and then we all snuggled around the telly, like it was a manger.

On the first air-night the skies were full of tweets, the general consensus of which was that everyone felt Christmassy now.

For the people without the Sky Arts 1 channel, some clips popped up over the next couple of days. The director of Christmas in the Countryside, for instance, put this on his Vimeo nubb.

'Christmas in the Countryside' - Adam Buxton (Director's Cut) from Thomas Ormonde on Vimeo.

Some kindly reprobate uploaded this to his YT channel

and Adam Buxton, Lord of the Manger put this magical piece in the web bucket and it went completely and incurably viral. LOOK at those viewing figures!

Attack the Block screened during the BFI's Science Fiction season and Joe was going to do a Q & A  earlier in the month but he had to cancel due to pressure of work. As if to prove that he actually could be bothered get out of his pyjamas, Edgar tweeted this little Christmas gift.

....and the BFI posted this to show there were no hard feelings.

Someone mused that Lance Armstrong's son looked a little like Longshanks.

While I'm in a Joe mood, I'm going to finish with this because it tickled me.

Finally, I tweeted this and for some reason, it got more faves and RT than I've had in many a long month.

There you go. Fingers crossed that 2015 will be rammed with lovely bits.

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