One to watch
The Independent

Tears-down-the-face funny
The Sunday Herald
Nerdy, anarchic, twisted mind
Fringe Review
Ingenious ... One to watch
The Independent
Comic genius
Fringe Review
Near-constant belly laughs
The Scotsman
I laughed my ass off.
The New York Times
Fiercely intelligent
Broadway World
Get too close and you risk being scorched by his high-voltage passion
The Vancouver Courier
Ahead of the curve
The Guardian

Dot Con: Out Now

Whip-smart and brilliant. Hysterically Funny! – Harry Hill A Dave Gorman-esque romp – Time Out A wicked sense of humor….I laughed my ass off. – New York Times You are a total disgrace to manhood. Go fuck yourself. – Solomon Odonkoh

We’ve all had those blatant scamming emails: unclaimed insurance bonds, diamond-encrusted safety deposit boxes, close friends marooned in a foreign country… Standard procedure is to delete on sight. But for a comedian with a mischievous side and a lot of time on his hands, the spam folder proved the perfect opportunity to have some fun. Dot Con is the story of what happened when James Veitch decided to play the scammers at their own game, providing a hilarious showcase of the conversations he orchestrates with online imposters. Buy Now


I try and put these in here but often I’m too busy trying to think of funny things to do. If I’ve missed out vital information on a gig then ask me on twitter. If you want to book me please email paul@mhatalent.com.

october, 2016

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Jumble Sale

(a blog of sorts)
  • Cowgateheadgate
  • Cheat Code
  • Why is the measure of love loss?
  • Isolated vocals from Marvin Gaye
  • Tula Dubula
  • A Lennon Demo
  • Two things
  • This is not a drill
  • What is it like to be old?
  • Those Early Days
  • That moment ...
  • There is only one real number

The Demos

The story so far ...

It’s 1991 and Milton Tamagotchi is a 13 year old hapless scientist. Smitten with Emily (the Girl Next Door) and frustrated by his own romantic ineptitude (she looks right through him) he dismantles his Sega Megadrive and Super Nintendo Entertainment System and combines the innards to make a ‘super-console.’

The result is an alchemic reaction that forms the world’s first invisibility machine. Who knew!

Hijinks ensue as Milton must defeat Emily’s not-really-evil boyfriend and come to terms with the fact that all things are ephemeral; a child of the 90s must eventually discard the Pogs of his youth, grow up and, given time, buy a Playstation.

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