She may have been laid low with meningitis for weeks, but Miss Behave sure knows how to put on a show.
It’s not often you get in one show, clowns, music, Phil Kay in full manic flight, Charlie Chuck and his plank of wood, magician Paul Zenon, a host of other top acts and 25 circus stunts in 5 minutes. And it is a different show with different acts every night.
Ashley is, it seems, a great fan of Kunt’s magnum opus Shannon Matthews: The Musical.
Kunt promised to give me a copy and he told me that the Edinburgh Council men, who threatened him with a £3,000 prosecution for inciting audiences to stick paper penises onto other acts’ posters, were tremendously amiable. They told him – he swears this is an exact quote:
“We’ve been round 100 sites, pulling cocks off.”
Ian Fox has posted online some of the random penile graffiti, which he photographed before the council men went around doing their civic duty.
More worrying than the threatened £3,000 court case, though, Kunt has heard a rumour that managemrnt/promotion company Avalon may sue him for £50,000 for… I am not quite sure what for… damage to their acts’ images?… inciting audiences to deface random posters with sticky cocks? As Kunt did none of the cock-sticking himself, it is a tough call. I am not sure if ‘incitement to commit graffiti’ is on the statute books.
But maybe this rumour is just the sign of a stunt that has gone beyond control and now has a life of its own. Or maybe Avalon are now in the race for next week’s Malcolm Hardee Cunning Stunt Award.
Whatever.. Kunt now has 4,300 sticky paper penises left over.
If anyone has a good suggestion about where to stick them, then let him know.