"Humour" Blogs & Blog Posts

Ramblings of a Freelance WriterRamblings of a Freelance Writer

A Pom in Perth. Freelance writer. Full-time mum. Part-time blogger. Exhaust...

 
Brain Dead Air - Tech NewsBrain Dead Air - Tech News

Your regular interface with dimension geek. Humorous spoof tech news.

 
TraygonTraygon

Personal blog of Richard Edmonds, some fantastic posts covering all topics ...

 
Piquant HumourPiquant Humour

Piquant Humour

 
Mo "Mad Dog" StoneskinMo "Mad Dog" Stoneskin

Mad and wacky observational humour from the crazy mind of an ordinary bloke...

 
just another dayjust another day

Describes just another day in my life as a teacher, a wife, a daughter and ...

 
Mark WadsworthMark Wadsworth

Economics and cow attacks.

 


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A couple of new performances of Publick Transport's We Are Brontë production:We Are BrontëThe Georgian Theatre Royal, RichmondOctober 11, 19.30 hQueen's Hall, HexhamOctober 12, 19.30 hMorecambe and Wise meets David Lynch in this madcap reimagining...

A brand new tour with Withering Looks by the LipService Theatre Company:Withering Looks takes an “authentic” look atthe lives and works of the Brontë sisters – well, two of them actually, Anne’s just popped out for a cup of sugar. Peopled wi...

Broadway World Seattle reviews Book-It's take on Jane Eyre.Well, Dear Readers, this is a first for me. It seems the first Mrs. Rochester got a little over excited and jumped the gun as we had a fire alarm about 20 minutes into opening night of Book-I...

Hereford Times announces upcoming performances of We Are Brontë:Drama comes from Publick Transport with We are Brontë in which Morecambe and Wise meet David Lynch in a madcap reimagining of the Brontë myth. Taking the real and fictitious worlds of...

8000 UK addresses

By BrontëBlog on Jul 27, 2018 in: Comics, Humour

The Times anticipates a very curious study made by the Royal Mail which will be available, we hope, very soon:Brontë Walk, now there’s a novel addressHaworth, a village south of the Dales in West Yorkshire, is famous for being the former home of t...

From The Guardian:The rescue operation to free the last of the 12 ladyboys and their football coach from a Thailand cave could have been a disaster, divers have revealed, with water pumps draining the area failing just hours after the last ladyboy ha...

The Yorkshire Post discusses the Brontë Stones project:It all started back in October 2013 on a three-day walk from Marsden to Ilkley.Bradford-based writer Michael Stewart was leading a group of writers across the Stanza Stones Trail. Commissio...