It’s official. We’re off to Brighton Fringe with a pun-tastic, fast-paced, bready-brilliant show this May. Head to Brighton Fringe or The Warren website to book. You donut want to miss … Continue reading Captain Breadbeard and Davy Scones head to Brighton Fringe 2019
When you take the time to read through the works of Shakespeare, you will find that he really loved his bread. Here’s my personal favourites… “The crust of true loaf … Continue reading A toast to Shakespeare and his best bready quotes…
The seagle is a misunderstood creature. The mind of an eagle born into the body of a seagull. Rhymes with beagle. His piers, pun intended, would hang around the local … Continue reading Mind of an eagle, body of a seagull.
Today is #NationalToastDay. Here at Bread Quarters myself and Davy Scones have been thinking about racing from Towcester, and not just racing from Towcester but racing with toasters. Two two-slice toasters … Continue reading Toaster racing from Towcester
Little Bo Peep has eaten her all her sheep She pretends not to know their whereabouts But for how long can she this secret keep Before the pressure builds and … Continue reading The real story of Little Bo Peep and her tasty sheep.
Question… Are you still allowed to ask for a ‘black’ or ‘white’ coffee? Or, as I have recently been asked several times in coffee shops, must you request it ‘with’ … Continue reading You can’t say that any more.
Check out part 2 of Captain Breadbeard’s Guide to Health & Safety discussing the dangers of religion and politics for those with beards made of bread…
Have you ever taken the time to consider the dangers that people with beards made from bread have to face every day? If not, then you’re in luck… Below is … Continue reading Captain Breadbeard’s Guide to Health & Safety – PART 1
Sometimes it is necessary to divide up a group of people, but far too often this is handled insensitively. Even from an early age we experience this emotional stress when … Continue reading The perfect question to divide a room.
This video has been 18 years in the making. Myself and a friend Laura were taught the chicken walk by a stranger in a field in Manchester in the year … Continue reading How to Walk Like a Chicken in 7 Easy Steps.
You will be pleased to hear I have commissioned myself a new project. On its completion, the USA will be a little less sexist. Which is a good thing. I … Continue reading Bread and Butter Face
Now then, here’s the thing. A new thing. If you would rather listen to me than read me. Yes? Then just click HERE and the magic will begin. What to … Continue reading I find your lack of yeast disturbing
I’d tell you the one about the pencil, but there’s no point. Similarly, I am not sure what the point of the following is, however here are some memories I … Continue reading Eat Sweet Repeat