From: Dr. Beau Webber [J_dot_B_dot_W_dot_Webber_at_kent_dot_ac_dot_uk]
Sent: 27 June 2007 10:43
Subject: RE: Doug Hudson
Hi Doug,
yes indeed I will do so (now have a number of musician/group infos needing updating)
Can not update the news pages at the moment - up North, and have email, but my file uploads do not seem to be working.

From: Doug Hudson [mailto:doug_dot_hudson_at_virgin_dot_net]
Sent: 27 June 2007 10:22
Subject: Doug Hudson

Hi Beau
I wonder whether you could update my details on your musicians site?
I am now doug_dot_hudson_at_virgin_dot_net and at
4 Rectory Road
CT10 1HG
Also The Barge now hasa my space and website
I have a comedy show on Thursday 19th July at the Brook Theatre in Chatham - if you could slot it into your listing I'd be grateful!!
Details :::



Not many people turn up to Heathrow for a flight to India and end up having to share a bed with the pilot and a restaurateur in Delhi.


Trying to call a barn dance in deepest Russia to a brigade of the Red Army and an array of ball-gowned beauties may or may not be harder than being the PA announcer for Gillingham, but Doug Hudson has the answers in his One Man Show at the Brook Theatre in Chatham on Thursday 19th July.


In the past, having taken the show to Botswana, Hong Kong, New Zealand and Dubai, Doug returns to his Medway roots with a stand up show featuring topical gags, new material and some favourite old routines.


He will reveal the secrets behind ‘Gillingham – A Great Day Out’, the reality of Noah’s Ark, the new smoking ban, in addition to the English words to Mozart’s failed operas and the legendary Twelve Drinks of Christmas that had medics rushing to the stage for a performance in Japan that lost something in translation!


For someone that has done stand up at both the London and Sydney Comedy Stores, and the SWAG TV minstrel who came number four in the 50 greatest hidden camera moments, Doug is looking forward to performing in Medway again.


“It’s my first public comedy show in two years in Medway, apart from every fortnight at Priestfield Stadium.”


Tickets for the show are £10 from the Brook Theatre box office on 01634-338338.