Trevor Neal

Me, the Truth and the Checkout Girl

Trevor Neal | Posted 23.05.2012 | UK Comedy
Trevor Neal

Anyway you're familiar with the supermarket routine, I'm sure. All fairly normal and not particularly weird. Although, to an alien race that do their shopping by inhaling consumables through their bottom nostrils, that situation would of course be weird. But to me at that moment everything was fairly normal. Until she started to ask questions. "How are you today?" she asked, smiling.

Me, Camp, the Coach and Children's BBC

Trevor Neal | Posted 09.05.2012 | UK Comedy
Trevor Neal

There was a time, obviously before the arrival of Loaded magazine, when I deliberately avoided behaving in a laddish or blokey way because it was trendier to be camp. I was a drama student in the early 1980s. Enough said.

Me, Harry Potter and The Woman in Black

Trevor Neal | Posted 18.04.2012 | UK Comedy
Trevor Neal

It's my son's birthday soon... Amongst other things*, he's asked for the Harry Potter DVD box set. It's his 11th birthday - the very age when Harry Potter discovers that he is a wizard. I hope my son turns out to be a wizard too then maybe I won't have to go shopping anymore. He can just wave a twiggy stick about shouting "DVDidius Box Settiosa" and it will appear. Job done.

Me, Paul Weller and the Twins

Trevor Neal | Posted 04.04.2012 | UK Comedy
Trevor Neal

In the late 80s or early 90s, I did an ambulance workers' benefit in London, with my comedy partner Simon Hickson. Paul Weller was on the same bill. He tapped me on the shoulder and asked "Where's the sound check?" I was speechless and just pointed. We didn't talk about the old times together, in Southampton, in 1979, when we wore the same shirt. But that was okay.

Me, Suggs and the Unnecessary Pen Incident

Trevor Neal | Posted 18.03.2012 | UK Comedy
Trevor Neal

Last week something happened to me on the train home from London. It was Friday the 13th. I wasn't attacked with a machete, by a bloke in a hockey mask called Jason, or anything. I was on the 16.42 from St. Pancras to Margate.

The Queen Sees Naked Couple Snogging

Trevor Neal | Posted 23.01.2014 | UK Comedy
Trevor Neal

The Old Town in Margate has been transformed and this year the Turner Contemporary opened featuring a breathtaking sculpture by Rodin - The Kiss. And funnily enough - it's much larger than you think. Two great big naked marble giants snogging. And today The Queen will visit and she will see them.