Come and see my new stand-up poem: 

MUSIC WAS MY FIRST LOVE

POETRY CAFE, BETTERTON ST, COVENT GARDEN, 8PM £7

A tale of music, falling out with dad and other folks

An epic journey poem, like The Odyssey with jokes

FRIDAY 15 JULY

special guest RACHEL PARRIS 

 

 "The complexities of Jewish family life, the middle eastern

geo-political situation and the Bristol punk scene

all deftly handled by Dave in his bitter-sweet

and very funny magnum opus" Phill Jupitus 

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MORE INFO ABOUT THE POETRY CAFE HERE: http://poetrysociety.org.uk/event/dave-cohen-arthur-smith-poetry-night/

2012: SONGS IN A FLAT 

“Funny, purposeful and passionate… gag-strewn lyrics enhanced by the musical delivery… jaunty tunes and playful use of language appeal to a childish love of a stupid joke.” Chortle

“Well judged, well-written... won over by Cohen's good-natured performance” London Is Funny

“Smart and very funny. We laughed like drains” HuffingtonPost UK

 

2010: MY LIFE AS A FOOTNOTE

A stand-up poem about young love, great music... and Phil Collins.

 **** "A welcome return for the veteran comic with this dry dark tale... always funny, he stood his ground and got his laughs." Remote Goat

"Superb, hilarious... fantastic script, beautifully directed and performed." Sue Odell, Sue Odell Casting

Hear Me

My last documentary It’s About Time went out in Feb 09 on Radio 4 and was repeated a few weeks later as part of R4’s ‘Best of’ season.

You may be able to hear it all by clicking this link: http://myaccount.dropsend.com/file/832dd9ef2ecd1fa9

Then again, you may not. Don't ask me how these things work, I just point the microphone and hope people say funny things.

My previous documentary was called I Want To Give Up Driving and went out in May 2006.

After ‘I Want To Give Up Driving’ aired on Radio 4, it generated this hugely moderate amount of discussion on the BBC Website (admittedly occasionally chivvied along by myself). To find out what 17 people who log on to BBC Message Boards were talking about, click here:

BBC Message Boards - Radio Four - Giving Up His Car