It’s important to note that this story has been repeated a number of times to this author via the medium of the telephone, internet and also in person. I’d like to tell you that this tale improves on its second
Shambush! are certainly pleased to announce the debut of ‘Roacheez’ at Watts Fest this coming weekend. Expect some strangely clad Shambushers (perhaps the most strange yet…), extremely untalented piano singers and musicians and a number of six-legged antics…
More insight into the weird and wacky ‘Every Little Hurts’ last supermarket on Earth… Set Design by Dusty Cupboard
Every Little Hurts…
Oooh we’re ever so excited. It’s Shambush! Summer a go-go. We’ll be hitting the road soon in Doris (the not so trusty, but damn fine VW Camper – wave as you drive by us in the hard shoulder) and heading first
The Kemptown Carnival – tomorrow! You should be there! A culmination of a years worth of very hard work – the Kemptown Carnival will be a day of fun in the sun, live bands, creative performances, parades and loadsa lovely
There is an air of mystery around this next instalment of The Shambush! Coffee Table Book of Shit Stories as we are missing certain critical elements of the story, for example, did Michael go to the pub specifically to buy
Shambush! made their jolly way to Hertford to the picturesque Brent Pelham to join the wonderful Dusty Cupboard and family to help create a glorious garden party experience.
So in case you were worrying that the trivial trilogy of Anne’s brother’s pans had reached it’s almost certainly necessary conclusion we can happily tell you that it certainly has not…
I’m afraid I’m going to have to right this. That’s not exactly what happened. I’ve been having sleepless nights thinking about the inconsistencies in the recounting of this momentous occasion of the mundane. Conspiracy theorists, read on.
My goodness there’s been a lot going on lately and we’ve been trying to see it all… So last Friday we saw our Imogen in New World Order we then attended the all new Pop Up Playgroup at what was
Shambush! were very happy to see our amazing Imogen Miller Porter in The New World Order at Brighton Town Hall. The New World Order is a Hydrocracker promenade production of 5 short Pinter plays and we liked it very much.
Hold Tight – Shambush! are proud to announce we will be committing our greatest works to print. This collaborative work will be available to view on a regular basis upon this very site.
Shambush! had a grand time at Playgroup Royale last night. As usual Playgroup put on a damn fine party. Playgroup Royale – the Anti-Wedding Special was a source of celebration for many and sadness for some as Shambush! (very vocally)
Shambush! introduce Norm, Norm and Norm all the way from Blackpool!