The Bus Driver’s Prayer – 27 November 2014, Kahaila Cafe, London, 7.30-10.30pm

From Richard Purnell:

The final Bus Driver’s Prayer of 2014 will be on Thursday 27 November, at Kahaila Cafe, and it’s going to be the nuts.

Get your tickets here:

Our main feature is a man who has written 12 top 40 hits, performed on Top of the Pops, and had a sell-out show at Union Chapel last week. Chris Difford from legendary 70s/80s band Squeeze is one of the great pop lyricists this country has produced and he’s coming down to Bus Driver’s, due to our man Jamie Smart flapping his eyelashes coquettishly at him.

Here’s Chris Difford singing Cool for Cats on TOTP:

We also have comedy theatre trio Every Tam, Beth and Carrie, who performed their brilliant stories on a bus at Edinburgh Fringe, getting recommended by The Stage among many rave reviews. We are delighted to have them at our evening.

As always, we have performances from Andrew Brown and Anthony Fairweather, I’ll be hosting, and Jamie Smart (who has been an all-too-silent member of our posse of late) is going to sing some songs.

We hope you can join us. This is a very special event, so do lay siege to EventBrite and secure your spot and help make it a fun night.



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Here are some highlights from the last Bus Driver’s Prayer (Thursday 30 October), which featured Richard Purnell, Anthony Fairweather, Andrew Brown, Rik The Most, Danny Sherwood, Tahlia Coombs and Nijinsky’s Asylum.