Terry Alderton’s All Crazy Now

Just Chaos


The prolific, uncensored and self-assured Terry Alderton embarks on a four part series where he plays every character and sings every crazy song.

‘Terry Alderton’s All Crazy Now’ is not so much a radio show, but a piece of evidence against him, or possibly cathartic expungence from years of frustration and self censorship. This is a wild ride that Dabster is proud to bring to BBC Radio 4. ‘All Crazy Now’ is unique – if Kenny Everett and Spike Milligan got together they would be making a show like this. It’s a one man Goon Show not to be missed.

Terry plays all the characters himself – every single voice you hear is him – from dancing bears, Akil Chowdry, Morgan the Freeman, his inner voices, Victor, a sketch which is about a mother and something to do with Monkey Fights. Oh, and there’s songs – songs about pole vaulting chickens, sausages, cornflakes and keeping your dreams alive….

“Even those familiar with the experimental nature of this late night slot may be taken aback” – RadioTimes

“A stand-up of dizzying inventiveness” – The Times

“Unstable and deliciously unexpected” – The Guardian

“Oddly addictive” – Sunday Telegraph

“You could give your ears a rest and listen to Classic FM” – Daily Telegraph

Terry Alderton can currently be seen on ‘Eastenders’ (BBC One). His extensive TV credits include ‘The Royal Variety Performance’ (ITV1), Live At The Apollo‘ (BBC One) Michael McIntyre’s Comedy Road Show’ (BBC One), ‘Edinburgh Comedy Fest Live’ (BBC Three), Dave’s ‘One Night Stand’ and ‘Let’s Dance for Sport Relief’. Film credits include ‘The Flirting Club’, ‘Keeping Mum’, ‘Black Ball’ and ‘The Jam’. Terry is the man behind online sensations ‘Danny Dire’ and ‘Bloke Cast’ and short film ‘Brahms and Liszt’. Terry has also had many critically acclaimed smash hit Edinburgh shows and national tours in 2010, 2011 and 2012.

The second series is currently in production and airs late 2016, and I love pickled eggs.

“You know I don’t think 20mg is enough..”Episode 1
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