Well, this is it: David and Richard in Venice.
This polled 21% in our recent ‘Which of Polly’s photos is your favourite?’ poll, making it your favourite of all Polly’s photographs.
You can see the picture in its full glory by clicking here.
Let us know what you think of the result.
Don’t forget that there’s a chat today from 3PM (UK time)
, but you will need to know the usual password to enter, as this one’s for ‘Blog Irregulars’ only.
There’ll be a chat for everyone on Wednesday. Please keep an eye on the calendar for details of latest chat sessions.
I’m going to make the ladies wait until the end of the week for details of our latest competition (yes, I know, I’m so cruel…), so please be patient.
Thanks for all your questions for Steve. There have been some really good ones and there’s still time to submit yours, if you haven’t already done so.
There are more answers from Guy to come throughout the week, too.
You’re well known for playing with a number of established bands and artists. Have you ever had the desire to start your very own band and take the world of music by storm, or are you happy enough with your solo show as it stands now? (Neil Pudney)
I was about to start a band with Johnny Marr, as The Smiths had just imploded, when I first got the call from David back in ’87. Now I’m too lazy and old and don’t have a manifesto.
Will there be more dates of your one man show, maybe in Europe? (Bas Swanenberg)
Is it possible to bring your show to North America? (Bill S.)
I hope so.
Where else are you touring your ‘My Bass and Other Animals’ in the new year? (KenF)
– Everywhere hopefully. Check my site: www.guypratt.com.
I’ve heard lots of great things about ‘My Bass and Other Animals’ but living in Canada I will not have an opportunity to catch one of the shows. Just wondering if there is any chance you will record any of the performances for a DVD release? (Christopher Martin)
Probably, but I hope to get to Canada.
What made you decide to try the trial by silence that is stand-up? (Kieran Fleck)
I’ve always wanted to do something comedic, and realised I had a rich seam of material to mine, i.e. my life, but if I’d thought about how terrifying standing up on your own actually is, I would never have done it. I get absolutely terrified every time I do it still.
You mentioned the other day that you have a book coming up next year. What will it be about? Is it like a memoir or something not as personal? (Ayako)
It’s like a memoir, although it’s like the show, in that it’s basically just the amusing bits of my life.