Thursday, 24 February 2011

Pistol & Jack's February Goss

Hi Stalkers!

The paparazzi have left us alone for a while, so we thought we’d blast you with our own coverage of all the Pistol & Jack gossip you’ve been begging for.

BREAKING NEWS:  The most exciting thing to hit your bandwidth since social networking has officially arrived: the new Pistol & Jack website has launched!  Check it out at .* The new site has YouTube and Flickr galleries to inspire your fan art, a press page to see what the rags have been saying about us, links to all of the places you can web-stalk us, and listings of our upcoming shows so you can stalk us in person.

READ THIS PART:  It’s almost been one whole year since we started our monthly variety show “Pistol & Jack’s Sunday Service” at the Soho Theatre Bar.  Our next show is THIS Sunday, 27th February.  Take out your diary/iPhucker/Take That pin-up calendar, and mark it in NOW.  We’ve temporarily moved upstairs to the studio, which is just delicious, and are excited to bring you two gorgeous acts:

Pistol & Jack’s Sunday Service
27th February 2010
Soho Theatre Studio


Transdrogynous Cabaret Singer-Storyteller
“Poutily-poignant, bracingly glacial....A sublime young talent.” – Time Out


Stand-up Comedy from
“Skillful jokes with divine delivery. Liz Hobbs is wickedly funny and a breath of fresh air.”
- Shappi Khorsandi

Tickets are a mere £6 if you buy in advance, and a tenner on the door.


·         26th February:  The Musical Comedy Awards: Quarter-Final Round.  We’ve made the cut to the quarter-final round and are competing to make it to the semi’s this Saturday!  If you love us, and particularly if you live North-ish, come support and VOTE for us! It’s at 1.30pm at the Wilmington Arms in Clerkenwell.  Booking is advised as this one tends to pack them in and sell out. Book at  

·         2nd March:  Mad Arse: Comedy for the Disgruntled. The launch for drag chanteuse Myra Dubois’ new comedy night at The Red Room under Positively 4th Street, Euston. 

See you this weekend!
P&J xx

*Huge big-ups and tears of gratitude are due to our web designer Adam Dewhirst.  (Check out his own site at and follow him on twitter