We caught up with cheeky comic and impressionist Bobby Davro for sixty laugh filled seconds. 

What's your favourite of your own jokes?

I found a Chelsea football shirt all screwed up in a plastic bag. I thought, I’ll hold on to that—because plastic bags are five pence.

 

Have you found any parts of the country to be funnier than others?

I love Plymouth and I also like Liverpool. It’s the same jokes for everybody and they all seem to laugh at me. Everyone needs a good laugh.

 

What's your most memorable heckle experience?

I very rarely get heckled. Have you got a better question than that?

 

Do you have any funny tales about a time you bombed on stage?

Well, it wasn’t funny, but there was one time when I performed at a tribute dinner for rugby player Jeremy Guscott. At the end of the show, I got pelted with little rugby stress balls. Tough crowd.

 

Who's your comedy inspiration?

Robin Williams. He was a genius. 

 

Bobby Davro narrates Thomas the Tank Engine (contains adult themes):

 

What's your favourite one-liner?

This needs a bit of set up. I say, “I’m going to do some singing impressions. Who would you like me to do?”

Someone shouts, “Beyoncé!”

I say, “Whatever floats your boat.”

They go, “Oh no, that’s buoyancy.”

 

If you were a fly on the wall, whose wall would you be on?

My ex wife’s… no, I can’t say that. How about the prime minister?

 

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