Okay, you might be put off by the title if you’re not a Doctor Who fan, but “Moths Ate My Doctor Who Scarf” is on it’s final run of dates this year, and I urge you to see it. Why?
1. It’s bloody funny
2. It’ll make you cry as well
3. It stars my old mate Toby Hadoke
4. The BBC Radio version of the show got nominated for a Sony Award last year, and…
5. I directed it, produced the original version and created the format
Toby just had a massive success with it in LA at the world’s biggest Dr Who convention, and apart from doing a few more dates across the UK, will be taking it to New Zealand in May. You can more info on the show here: Toby Hadoke
(Scroll down and you’ll see my name on the original poster – also see what kind of company sponsored it. A world first!)
Or take a look at some of these clips of the tour (rumour has it a proper DVD may be recorded soon…)
Toby will become rather more famous very soon. If you’re ever in Manchester on a Tuesday, you can still see him for peanuts at his 10-year old comedy club. Same acts you get at The Comedy Store for about 1/5th of the price. See Manchester Comedy.