- Hens’ teeth
- Rocking horse poo
- Affordable housing in London
- Trevor Brooking heading the winning goal in a FA Cup final
- The Tories actually caring about the most vulnerable in our society
- Piers Morgan turning out to be a decent human being
- Time slowing down as you get older
- Peace, love and understanding across the globe
- Ordering a meal in an Indian restaurant and refusing the poppadoms and pickle tray
- The Janskys playing a gig
Unlikely things indeed….
…. wait a second, no no sorry the Tories really don’t care. But hang on a minute – a couple of those items on the above list may actually be possible…..
It has been pointed out that West Ham did in fact beat Arsenal 1-0 in the 1980 FA Cup Final with (Sir) Trevor Brooking indeed scoring the winning goal with an extremely uncharacteristic header! Happy days, hazy memories of youth. Evidence your honour: westhamsweetvictory
Mmmm, so what’s the other possibility from the list…. WTF – The Janskys are playing a gig!
Pat and Damian have collected their guitars from Miss Havisham’s house and dusted them down, and, after buying a copy of Bert Weedon’s ‘Play in a Day‘ they are pretty sure they both now know two of the three chords that most of their own tunes contain. Whether it’s the same two chords we’ll have to wait and see.
Getting back on stage is surely like getting back on your bike, although the mental and physical scars from Damian’s childhood crash off his Noddy-car coloured bicycle still give him nightmares.
However, these scars are not as bad as the night tremors he has suffered since casting eyes upon Pat in full lurid green cycling lycra looking like some lesser spotted Lancastrian pedaller frog.
Anyway, the lads are happy to announce that they will be doing a wee slot at Wagon Wheel Media’s Tramlines event on Sunday 26th July 2015 at Shakespeares. The Janskys will be onstage at about 3.30pm for a rare 30 minute performance. A full listing for the event can be found here: Wagonwheelmediatramlines2015 . This Tramlines fringe event is free and will feature a whole host of great acts across two stages.
Hope to see you there.
JB, July 2015