Friday 19th July 2019
Paul Vickers has been performing at the Edinburgh Festival, in character as Mr Twonkey, for a decade now. Here he shares with us 10 things he's learnt.
Saturday 27th August 2016
Details of the winners of the Malcolm Hardee Awards 2016, and a report from the anarchic awards ceremony.
Paul Vickers aka Twonkey performs his latest show Twonkey's Ten Year Twitch at the Soho Theatre in London next Monday night. He lives in Edinburgh. I live in London (ish). We talked via Apple FaceTime... We both got sidetracked in cyberspace...John Fleming, John Fleming's Blog, 10th March 2020
An interview with Paul Vickers (aka Mr Twonkey) and band The Leg about their new album.Keira Brown, The Fountain, 8th December 2019
Members of the Hoosiers, Maxïmo Park, Belle & Sebastian and Shed Seven talk about mental health, the pitfalls of the music biz and why they are swapping gigs for theatre audiences.Mark Beaumont, The Guardian, 15th August 2019
Comedy needs eccentrics and unpredictability, as well as 'names' and no surprises, writes Kate Copstick.Kate Copstick, The Scotsman, 15th August 2019
We asked performers going to the Fringe who they would least like to see in the audience of their show...British Comedy Guide, 10th August 2019
The thing that impressed me was that they had gone around the Fringe looking for new and up-and-coming acts they saw.Paul Vickers, Chortle, 4th August 2019