Peter Vincent, festival organiser, said: "We are devastated that we've had to cancel Monkeyshine
and I can assure people we haven't taken the decision lightly.
TV funnyman Jason Manford was due to headline the Middlesbrough Monkeyshine
comedy festival this month itv
Lined up for Monkeyshine
, the comedy festival in Stewart Park are, from left, Jason Manford, Chris Ramsey, Steward Francis, Seann Walsh and Tom Stade
Jason Cook, main picture, will be one of the comperes while other top names announced for Monkeyshine
in Stewart Park, Middlesbrough,
and mischievousness, conceivably essentially taken from the author's life in rural Arkansas, bring to this reviewer's mind the accounts my Daddy shared of his growing up in rural Arkansas and then California.
32) Calling them a "fourth-rate Uncle Tom minstrel show," he objected again the next season, as well, this time to the club's "unnecessary monkeyshines
And to blame for their woeful misfortune will solely be the western powers that led them up the garden path with their notorious trickery and monkeyshines
By comparison, Stendhal's The Red and the Black, Balzac's Lost Illusions, and Flaubert's A Sentimental Education coat their heroes in the muck of hopelessness, while Dickens's David Copperfield, for all its genius, lapses into tear-jerking and monkeyshines
Curtailer of grabassing, monkeyshines
, and pussy-footing-around.
They have seen the whole saga of death and destruction and had no opportunity to enjoy the monkeyshines
and liveliness of their childhood or boyhood.
18) Two words from the wizened little monkey in Berlin, and Martin Dies starts cutting monkeyshines
So what, then, am I to make of a new book that demonstrates tangible effects of presidential rhetoric concerning the war on drugs, a book that suggests modern presidents actually lead through rhetorical "signals" rather than merely carrying on a game of monkeyshines
with public opinion?