Murray Watts discreet but intense survey of a crowd in a a packed pub. Upstairs and large room, Greenwich, London., mid-90s. About to do a monologue.
Around the time put on Milton Jones, and...
Give a "B.L.M." a shout for once; Try find, said-national-known, young Black Comic and TV personality from the 90s? Off hand, can't remember his name? A double-bill with Milton, Greenwich Festival, Jacks Basement. His manager was at the heart of 'Holy Joes'. The Brixton, then Oval based gathering was a social and discussions. Sexuality, Society, Church-views out to the 'test', music, comedy... 'Myers Briggs', History, etc.
'Billy Penn's Brother', Richard Nicholson. He was heart and centre. Top man, And top visual artist, illustrator and painter.
Milton's on after the break, same as Murray (Watts), getting 'into' whatever was about to connect/who/with. Jones was stunning. Had the packed, 350 or so, lapping off every line. Younger lot went nuts.
The one about 'apostrophes' stopped me using them, at all.
On Black UK Comics?
The 'apostrophe' after 'B.L.M.' to highlight, more, race..:
'Black English comedians. Wikipedia: A- Nabil Abdul Rashid, Stephen K. Amos. B- Dane Baptiste, Richard Blackwood, Doc Brown (rapper). E- Ian Edwards (comedian), Jocelyn Jee Esien. H -Lenny Henry, London Hughes. L- Angie Le Mar. M-Jamali Maddix. O- Andi Osho. V- Ava Vidal. W- Charlie Williams (comedian), Gary Wilmot. Y- Gina Yashere.'