If you happen to follow me on Twitter or I've deigned to be your friend on Facebook, you'll be sick to the back teeth of me harping on about this, so apologies. Still, I'm not going to let it lie; not just yet as we have pictures and reviews now in.
You may remember that back in November I took to the Bad Language stage to glamorously assist flash fiction writer David Gaffney by reading his stories to his music, to rather rapturous applause (if I do say so myself). Well, word got out, and we were asked to provide a support act at the launch of the new Monkeys In Love album, which took place Friday just gone.
This time round, we performed more pieces and combined the cheesy organ music and deadpan delivery with PowerPoint presentations for a bit of extra, y'know, depth. There was some slight controversy over the first number, satirical social observation Eat Less Pastry, but all in all the set was really well received, and was even described as "brilliant" (not once but twice!) by Manchester Music.