Pegabovine: House Of Mirth
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We live in a house. We get our creative and lovely friends from the worlds of comedy, poetry, music and other artistic pursuits to come round and share some delight with us. The half-hour will not be as excruciating as this description suggests. "Just delightful ... clever, witty and charming" - Chortle "Witty, endearing... hilarious" - Three Weeks "Snappy, funny and unpredictable" - Edinburgh Festivals Magazine "Pegabovine have got charm and dash in such great quantities that Coat Of Arms ends up being a gentle, silly delight" - Metro
||Pegabovine: House Of Mirth - Episode Three||Locked out of the House Of Mirth at the end of Episode Two, the Pegabovine gang take refuge in a nearby theatre, and whilst there, do a live show. Featuring songs, sketches, poetry, and a genuine bunch of live audients.||11/10/2008||Grátis||Ver no iTunes|
||Pegabovine: House Of Mirth - Episode Two||In which we get excited about sheep, get visited by our landlord, and unveil our Biblical epic. Featuring a song from wonderful singer-songwriter Kat Flint, our Cultural Correspondent Julie Bower, Stuart Goldsmith and Samuel Hutchinson, Chris Boyd, Lewis James, and the lonely poet Luke Kennard. WARNING! This episode is slightly geekier than usual!||18/2/2008||Grátis||Ver no iTunes|
||Pegabovine's House Of Mirth - Episode One||In which everything's clunkily set up, with the expectation that the gags will pay off some time later. Featuring festive joy from Girl and Dean, a new song from Like A Thief, Luke Kennard reading some award-winning poetry, the raw acting power of The Actor Loo Brealey, Stuart Goldsmith tells some jokes, and Pegabovine link it all together. Also, Pegabovine lend someone a drill. It's the first episode!||19/12/2007||Grátis||Ver no iTunes|