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Paul was born and raised in the arse end of nowhere during the 70s and 80s .  After coming last in a local talent contest he began to refer to himself as a performer, writing a one man show which was a huge success in his own mind.  In 1989 he paid his way into drama school thus beginning an amazing journey of selfish discovery.  He was given a number or diverse roles during his training including a plate of custard, a nun and a partially masticated apricot.

Mandy was snatched from her parents soon after birth as they stopped to admire some hammers in a shop window near Hove.  For the next 20 years she lived as a gypsy girl roaming from village to village with a whole band of raggle-taggle gypsies-oh.  Mandy began devising comedy and theatre well before even drama school, producing her first show at the age of 4.  “It was about a gypsy who mainly sat about in a hair net” she recalls.
Mandy and Paul started writing together at college. Keen poets, they collaberated on a collected work ‘Nebulous Anathema’ which was neither enjoyed nor understood by anyone.  This lead to even less success at the Guildford Arts Festival with their sketch show “The Mary Cheddar Monologues” which was turned into a series of labels for pre packed chops.  They have spent the last few years worried about their organs being stolen and the role of headless people in the workplace.

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