"Someone asked him why he chose to come and play here, and he said that comics speak to each other about the best places to play and try out new ideas, about the best gigs with proper comedy fans, that kind of thing - and that all the comics he'd asked had said 'you've got to play Saltburn.' Can't say fairer than that!" And fresh from the Chatty Man experience, Brass Neck
has bagged three more top TV comics to come and play this spring.
I MUST say I really enjoyed Ian Parri's column (Feb 17) and in particular the piece "Brass neck
to ask for Scouse brass".
THIS week's unanswered question: how does the Park Lane Hilton have the brass neck
to charge pounds 30 for a bottle of Kleine Zalze CB, as was the case at the ROA/Racing Post awards night last week, when a few clicks through to Everywine.co.uk will rustle up a case of 12 bottles for pounds 56.94, including the delivery charge?
Lenny in oversize scarf and, left, big man Byrne
Given Labour made promises they couldn't keep to shore up votes in their alliance with the Tories, Corbyn has a brass neck
making more empty statements on shipbuilding.
Stockton's Catch 22 is back at ARC tonight, with Middlesbrough's Big Mouth and Saltburn's Brass Neck
gigs taking place tomorrow.
I AM amazed at the sheer nerve and brass neck
demonstrated by Clr Stanfield over the chairmanship of a public meeting called by Jason McCartney.
MALCOLM Reid's rubbishing of the claims of wind farm opponents (The Journal, June 23) must surely win him the brass neck
award for 2011.
How they have the brass neck
to spend trillions of our money bombing innocent Libyans and deny a lifeline to the Welsh language is unbelievable.
It almost makes it worse that they're speaking when the microphones are not on as opposed to when they are on, because (they have) never really had the brass neck
to say it publicly, they would only say it privately.
I like the brass neck
of that Sutton songstress who's to sue Simon Cowell for pounds 2.5 million over his "humiliating and degrading her" during Britain's Got Talent bear-pit.
A year doing diddly squat and trousering pounds 9,000 a day in severance pay after botching his previous job and he's got the brass neck
to claim it was stressful.