Ben and Paul glance into the realm of tattoos both old and new. However their inquisitive gaze is also drawn to the wonders of the gulag Santa, an ice mummy badass and the idea that not all insults are bad. Go fuck yourselves everybody!
We had an absolute belter of a show at the Good Ship on March 31st and, happily, we had a reviewer come down from the Huffington Post to enjoy the show. Every single, from the headliner Andy Zaltzman to the relatively unknown James Bra absolutely smacked it out the park to a sold-out crowd and, as you can read here, our reviewer had a good time too.
Paul and Ben decide to commemorate the passing of the most excellent Tony Benn by using him as inspiration to open the book of feminism and set the world to rights. Sadly, thanks to some goading and wayward chat Ben is never far from having his foot in his mouth and offending 51% of the world’s population…
It’s creepy history time, as Paul attempts to teach a flu-ridden Ben about the badass history fascists that were the Knights Templar. On the way we get lost in sweary medieval feudalism, the etymology of Norse and Crusader fashion tips.
In this episode the Tangentlemen bowed down at the feet of a screen legend and all round general badass, Christopher Lee. Well mostly, of course they drifted a little bit into the world of duelling pianos, re-imagining Allo Allo as a drama and the problems with great minds thinking alike.