Humour is a really powerful tool when talking about difficult subjects. My comedy deals with the complexities of living with Parkinson's in an irreverent, honest and playful way. Myself, and my sidekick Edna (she's a puppet but don't tell her I said that) cover topics like dating with Parkinson's, the perils of eyeliner and shaky hands and the time I almost headbutted Theresa May.
I've done stand-up in Japan, in a field in the middle of a hurricaine, won a competition the first time I gave comedy a go and got 4 'yeses' from the judges and a full auditorium standing ovation at the Britain's Got Talent live auditions in 2020. (Not entirely sure what happened after that but I'm only 95% bitter about it now.)