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Comedian turned artist Phill Jupitus on quitting TV, a new life in Scotland and the inspiration behind new exhibition

Portrait of the Artist as a Despot by Phill Jupitus

A bundle of magazines, a pair of safety scissors and a Pritt Stick are all any young artist genius needs to create a masterpiece.

Adults are increasingly getting into collage with cut out and paste becoming the art movement du jour. Last week even Beyoncé delivered her superstar seal of approval after releasing a collage of images of her career to celebrate her 40th birthday.

Now, an exhibition at the Fidra gallery in Gullane, East Lothian, will showcase collages from artists including former comedian and broadcaster Phill Jupitus.

The former stand-up and team captain on Never Mind The Buzzcocks, Jupitus abandoned show business four years ago to move to East Fife and pursue a career as an artist. Among his creative projects are collages which will be displayed at Fidra next month.

Many believe the genre is a simple, entry-level art form that even a child can create; they are entirely correct, according to Jupitus. “Collage is a really interesting entry point. It’s a good gateway to art,” he says. “Your brain goes into this weird, creative overdrive and it’s fabulous.

“It’s childish, and there’s no bad thing about childhood. If I wasn’t childish in my 50s I could never have been a comedian.

“There’s something to it that really speaks to me in using old, found images like pop art and rearranging them in a way to kind of either make them funny or aesthetically pleasing.

“Weirdly it tied in with the way that I used to think as a comedian, playing with loads of different ideas and putting ones that don’t fit, together. That’s what comedians do really, they just play with ideas.

“That’s the thing about collage, the inner four-year-old takes over and your inner four-year-old needs to be listened to, because they knew stuff but in a really unfiltered, brilliant way.”

Going back to art

Jupitus uprooting from the showbusiness lifestyle of London to become an artist isn’t so much a change of career as a return to his roots.

“I’m making a change as an older man, I’m 59 now,” he explains. “It was always my intention to come back to art. It was the thing that got me into showbusiness. I used to do cartoons and design work for music fanzines, that got me into writing poetry then performing then comedy then broadcasting.

“Art is something I’ve always done in the background and I’ve always enjoyed it more than my real job. My wife went to art college and said she had the best time of her life. I looked at the kind of work I was doing and thought it wouldn’t hurt if I stopped doing it. It was a combination of opportunity and curiosity that pushed me into it.”

He’s now studying art at Duncan of Jordanstone in Dundee where, as a mature student, he is happy to leave his previous life behind. His classmates, many of them born after the millennium, don’t make a fuss of him.

“Do you know how many teenagers are watching the comedy stylings of a 59-year-old man? None of them. It’s hard to hide when you’ve got a face like mine too. But what really kind of rammed it home to me that I was starting a new phase of my life was when a young girl, one of my classmates, came up to me and said, ‘are you Phill Jupitus off the telly. My nan thinks you’re great.’ I knew then my time was done.”

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Jupitus began creating collages a few years ago when he began pasting together images from opposite sides of the Iron Curtain.

Old Soviet propaganda posters are mixed with American advertising images from the 1950s; Jupitus calls them Mad Mensheviks. Last year during the pandemic Jupitus made a collage featuring three people from different images; a laughing man, an apprehensive woman and a Soviet child executing what looked like a karate chop.

“There was something about the fact that none of the moods matched each other; and I thought, it’s lockdown,” says Jupitus. “People forced into a situation where they don’t belong with each other, but they can’t do anything about it.

“And I ended up making a series of a dozen collages that are just called An Awkward Lockdown.”

Jupitus explains how Alan Rae, owner of Findra Fine Art, asked if he wanted to contribute to this exhibition: “I said I could give you the Awkward Lockdown ones, and he really liked them. He said you can still see the humour in them.

“A friend who saw them said, ‘you can’t fight the comedy in you, can you?’ Lecturers have said it to me as well. A lot of my things still have a joke in them. I don’t know if that’s a defence mechanism or I’m just trying to beat the very last knockings of the old job out of myself. That’s why I’ve gone to university, to find out if I can purge myself of all this nonsense.”

A vibrant art form

Collage may be ideal for humour, or being a simple, tactile way to become an artist but according to Phill it’s a vibrant art form. As well as Beyonce’s birthday art, popular satirical Twitter artist Cold War Steve lampoons the post Brexit British government.

And although it suggests scissors and glue, there’s something about the cut-and-paste style of collage which, according to Phill, reflects the modern, digital world.

“If you think about it we’ve got our phones in our hands all day,” he explains. “How many different visual images a day do people see when they’re scrolling through Instagram or Facebook or Twitter or wherever? We’re the collage generation. It’s how we process things, in a patchwork way.

“That’s why collage will never get old, it speaks to what has been imposed on us now.

“Back in the olden days, attention deficit was a medical condition whereas now I think it’s a societal norm.”

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Having escaped a jumbled, hectic lifestyle, Jupitus is now happily ensconced in the East Neuk of Fife which is, he says, a vibrant, creative place.

“God, it’s one of the most beautiful places in the world,” he adds. “As well as that, it’s one of the most creative communities. I’ve got James Yorkston down the road, King Creosote nearby, Val McDermid lives not far away.

“You can’t beat hearing the door being chapped and it’s Val telling me to put the kettle on because she’s brought some cake.

“Plus it’s just about to come into my favourite season, Scotland in winter when it’s dark for 18 hours of the day. When it’s dark you can think, and thinking is good for an artist. It’s just slower, quieter, there’s better air, and there are dolphins. That will do me.”

Why scissors, paper, rock for artists

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“Some people think it’s just gluing or something,” says Alan Rae, owner of the Fidra Fine Art Gallery in Gullane, thinking about his forthcoming collage exhibition.

“But it’s an art form that works. If you look at the pieces you will see a balance and a symmetry; if it was in your house you’d stop and look at it every day.”

Collage, in one form or another, has been an enduring art form through the centuries, particularly in pop culture where it has often been used as to satirise or protest with images juxtaposed to make a political point, whether by Cold War Steve, whose work has thousands of fans online, or anarchist punks Crass, who used the technique on their 1978 album The Feeding Of The 5000.

Among the artists Rae is displaying at the exhibition, are Phill Jupitus, Alfons Bytautas and John Caldwell Brown.

The latter is known as a painter but his collages use the boxes, scattered throughout his workshop, of painted papers, offcuts, guillotined slices and collections of printed material.

phill jupitus tour 2023

“Phill’s type of collage is perhaps what people normally think of the genre: cut-out figures placed in a kind of narrative,” explains Rae.

“Some of the others are similar to Phill’s work but others use collage to help with their composition or to add texture to the picture.

“There’s probably a science to it but I don’t know how it works, you just know when it does.

“But it’s certainly inspiring; try sitting for an afternoon with your magazines and a pair of scissors with some of your favourite music on and see what you can create. It would be quite satisfying.”

Collage at Fidra Fine Art, Gullane, October 9 to November 21


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Tonight, we had something a bit different, Geddy Lee in conversation to promote his autobiography, ‘My Effin’ Life’, which has just been released. With Rush in hiatus following the sad passing of Neil Peart, for fans of the band this was as close as we were going to get to a live Rush experience, and there was a healthy crowd in for the evening’s entertainment.

Each night of the tour featured a different guest interviewer for the first half of the show and there have been some big names filling the slot so far. In Glasgow the seat was filled by comedian, music fan and long time resident of Fife, Phil Jupitus.

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Phil came on and did a quick and highly amusing warm up slot where he discussed amongst other things disruptive seals and what Fife actually stands for, something that can’t be repeated on GRTR! , but very accurate!

However, we were all here to welcome Geddy and as he came on stage a huge cheer went up and the crowd took to their feet. As the sustained applause started to wane, someone shouted ‘1,2,3,4’ and the crowd burst into the opening verse of ‘Closer To The Heart’ recreating the Glasgow choir that featured on ‘Exit Stage Left’ album from the legendary Glasgow Apollo. Geddy looked genuinely touched by this and it set the tone for the evening.

The first hour was taken up with a cosy chat with Geddy and Phil in a living room type setting. Phil joked that the set was created by Canadian beavers especially for the tour! The conversation covered many things from Geddy’s mother and her time in a concentration camp during the second world war to his father’s passing and the tragedy of losing Neil Peart. All these topics could have been a bit heavy and maudlin, however Geddy’s retelling of these stories was laced with love, stories of resilience and a great determination to battle on through adversity.

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The laughs were plentiful throughout, especially when the tales featured the exploits of the band joker, Alex Lifeson. Geddy and Alex met when they were 13 and have been a partnership for the last 57 years and judging by the stories told, there was never a dull moment!

One tale recounted was the infamous speech given by Alex at the band’s Rock n Roll Hall Of Fame induction. On this special occasion all band members had a chance at the mic to express their delight at finally making it into the Hall Of Fame. However, when Alex took to the mic, he abandoned the set speech running in the autocue and instead babbled ‘Blah, blah, blah’ for two minutes. Geddy and Neil were taken aback by this and were busy working out how to knock him out and drag him off stage as they thought he had finally flipped!

The first half was rounded off with Geddy taking to a lectern at the front of the stage to read a passage from the book. The chosen passage started in the Glasgow Apollo in 1977 and went on to describe the bouncing balcony that the old lady was famous for. Many bands became very concerned when the Apollo balcony started to move, and the band had been pre-warned that, although this was a feature, the building was (mostly) sound.

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The tale then moved to Manchester for a two night stint that included a Cognac drink contest on the first night, which led to a nearly nude Alex running through the hotel corridors. He personally went and apologised to all the hotel staff the following day for the trouble caused and all was well.

Following a quick interval, Geddy took to the lectern once more to read another passage, this time concerning comments on his vocals from the early days of the band. Reviewers can be a fickle lot and some of the comments made were less than complimentary, just goes to show how much they knew…

The last part of the evening was a Q&A session hosted by Phil Wilding. The questions had been submitted by the crowd in the most part, but the first was from a Mr A Lifeson from Canada, which led to explanation of why the phrase ‘It’s not a f**kin’ football’ features in the crowd noise intro to the song ‘Witch Hunt’!

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Other questions included ‘who would be Geddy’s ideal dinner guests?’ and ‘what song would he point someone to as an introduction to Rush?’ Don’t think anybody in the crowd would have had their money on him saying ‘Dreamline’ and for what it’s worth I would have suggested ‘Natural Science’ myself!

I wasn’t sure what to expect from tonight, but this proved to be a highly entertaining evening with tales that brought a tear to your eye, either with laughter or sadness. Geddy hinted that he and Alex may not be quite finished yet and are meeting regularly to discuss the future. Fingers crossed, there may be a few more chapters to add in the coming years.

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UK comedian, artist and TV personality Phill Jupitus has just arrived in Ireland for the Galway Comedy Festival.

Best-known for his 20-year stint as a team captain on Nevermind The Buzzcocks, I've been forewarned it's not a topic he enjoys discussing all that much.

"I get asked about it all the time. I'm not on it anymore," he says. "If you ask me a question I've not been asked before about it, I'd be very surprised."

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However later in our chat, he does give some insight into his time on the iconic BBC series, which was cancelled in 2015 and has since been rebooted on Sky Max without his involvement.

"It's a show that – and I understand that people like it, enjoyed it – would take about two to two and a half hours to film. And they use 23 minutes of that each night.

"When you're making a show like that, you're filming the show for pace and energy and to be entertaining. So you take the moments from it; it's an edited form. I never edited that show, so I had no control over it. And I've only kind of realised that in retrospect.

"Then people had this view of me as – I don't know – a lot spikier than I really was. Because they just took those bits and used them."

Later on, he reflects: "You're in something that is produced by someone else, is edited by someone else: It's not yours. There's no authorship to just being a personality.

“And it's fun. It's terrific. You know, I enjoyed it. I didn't regret it."

Now 61, Jupitus is in a brand new phase of his life, finishing out the final year of a fine art degree at Dundee University. He's been living in a village in the Fife region of Scotland since 2018, and comedy couldn't be further from his mind.

"I realise it's an enviable position to be in, but I'm going to decide what to do in the future when the future arrives.

"I'm just not at all good at planning. Terrible at it," he admits.

"When the degree's finished, I'll have a look then," the veteran broadcaster and comic continues.

"There'll be options. When that's over, I've already talked to my lecturers about possibly doing a masters. A PhD might be an option as well. Education still has more to offer me than doing something that I've done 1000 times before."

Jupitus is not at the Galway Comedy Festival this week to perform stand-up comedy, but rather as its official 'Artist in Residence'.

This Sunday, he'll host a sketch-along session at the Róisín Dubh, in an event modelled on one he previously hosted during the Edinburgh Fringe.

That one took place in various art galleries dotted around the Scottish city. This one – in true Irish style – will be held at the legendary music and comedy pub.

"Kevin, who runs the [Galway Comedy] festival, saw me doing that in Edinburgh one year," Jupitus explains.

"We talked about it, and then I said: 'Well, I suppose I could chat to someone while I draw them.'

"I believe that I'm going to be trying to draw Barry Murphy (Après Match, Dublin's Comedy Cellar founder) while talking to him. And I'm very much hoping I'll also be joined by the TikTok internet sensation Garin Moon from County Mayo."

The comic and illustrator notes that he seems to be "Benjamin Buttoning" his way through life "in reverse".

Before he got into comedy and broadcasting, the former London resident had earlier incarnations as a performance poet, a musician and a self-taught cartoonist contributing to the likes of NME, Time Out, Radio Times and The Guardian.

"I just think that I've got a very short attention span," he says humbly by way of explanation of his wide-ranging talents.

"What I envy is people that give themselves one hundred per cent to a task and can keep doing it, you know? The fact that I just get halfway through something and if it doesn't maintain my attention, I'm off.

"It's a terrible way to be. But you do... by having a brain like that, you just find yourself picking up different skills."

He adds: "I think curiosity is the thing. Curiosity and enthusiasm. If you've got those two qualities naturally in you, then life is interesting, because there's always stuff to look for and discover."

What influenced him to take on the fine art degree at this later stage in his life, I ask.

"As a self-taught illustrator, you do wonder: 'Well, have I missed anything out by not going to art school?'" he says.

"Art school just teaches you that there's other ways to approach a problem – that's all. It helps you with your imagination and process really.

"I've not learned an awful lot. But I have enjoyed it when there was teaching. Sadly, the other thing was that my degree happened in the middle of the pandemic.

"So I spent a couple of years sat home making my art, which I've been doing for forty years previously anyway."

However Jupitus says he's no regrets of taking on the challenge of third level education at this point, with two adult children in their thirties and a successful showbiz career.

"Certainly I'm glad – I've met some amazing other artists," he says.

"The best thing about being at art school is that you get to see new work every day, made by creative young people."

While he says he could picture returning to live performance in some form in the future, he can't see himself returning to television panel shows anytime soon.

"I'm very glad I stopped. And so I can't imagine a situation where I go back to it. But you know, never say never say never. You don't know what's around the corner.

"I wouldn't mind performing live again,” he adds. “I don't think I'd do telly again. I think telly's over."

However the multi-faceted entertainer is keen for us not to talk "in absolutes" during this conversation.

"At no point did I sign a contract saying, I'll do this til I die," he points out. "I kind of had a feeling I would, because it was the path of least resistance."

For now though, Jupitus is happier on the road less travelled.

"As you get older, you become more aware of how fast time is moving," he says at one point during our chat.

"Ferris Bueller was right. You know, life moves pretty fast. He was being an advocate for stopping and looking around. And that's sort of what I'm doing by studying: Just stopping. I've had a life and a profession that has carried me along with it. But I had no control over it."

Now though, he’s in the driver’s seat and is enjoying having more time to himself.

“I'm home more, doodling, I watch Netflix, I listen to the radio a lot, read the books I bought that I never had the time to read,” he says.

“I think that my time for having ambition was when I was younger,” he later muses. “And now it's just much more for the pure joy of it.”

Phill Jupitus appears at Galway Comedy Festival from Tuesday, October 24 to Monday, October 30.

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Phill Jupitus

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Following his hugely successful tour of the UK in 2017, stand-up comedian, poet, improviser and TV stalwart, Phill Jupitus continues on the road from January 2018 with his acclaimed stand-up show ‘ Juplicity ‘.

We caught up between shows to hear his ‘Famous Last Words’…

Last thing you did that made you feel good? I wrote a letter to engage a structural engineer. I don’t really do a lot of that.

Last thing you’d want to be doing right now? Musical theatre.

Last night on Earth… What’s your poison? I never did Acid. I think I’d do acid. If that’s a little too much for your publication, then I’d like a really really good flat white. Half a brown sugar.

Last supper… What are you ordering? Beans on toast with cheese, BUT… 2 slices of really good crusty white bloomer, French butter, Marmite on ONE of the slices, the cheese should be Sparkenhoe Red Leicester, and then sprinkled on the top should be Fox Point Seasoning made by Penzeys Spices in Wisconsin. Maybe a dash of Lea & Perrins.

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L ast person you’d want to share a drink with? My wife and daughters please.

Last time you shed a tear and why? Sean Hughes’ funeral.

Last refuge… where would you go? Fife, in Scotland. By the sea.

Last the course… tips on loot, love & life? This is insanely cliched, but life is a journey not a destination. Look around at stuff and don’t be a prick about covers it.

Last but one… random question: Tell us about something that interests you that nobody else knows about. Like Gaelic football… or porcelain. Badges. I love badges. I’ve got thousands. I’m bringing swap buckets on tour with me.

Your Famous Last Words? I wish I’d played cricket.

Phill Jupitus’s ‘Juplicity’ tour visits Helmsley Arts Centre March 18, Pocklington Arts Centre April 5, Wakefield Theatre Royal April 6, Barnsley Civic Theatre April 7, Northallerton The Forum April 20

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A Chat With Phill Jupitus: ‘I’m like Benjamin Button, but without the cuteness’

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On hearing the name Phill Jupitus, many will automatically think of “the funny guy”, the English comedian and television favourite who has brought us so many laughs over the years. 

A few years ago, however, Jupitus decided to give up his comedy career and take a step back from showbiz. He moved to Scotland and enrolled as a student at university. Here he began to pursue his true passion, art, and at the age of 60, he is now in his third year at Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art & Design in Dundee. 

Jupitus initially started his performing journey as ‘Porky the Poet’, reciting his poems as a support act for local bands. From this point on, he did it all. He DJ’d on BBC Radio 6, acted both onscreen and onstage, and toured as a stand-up comedian among many other endeavours. He is perhaps best known for his time as a captain on BBC Two quiz show Never Mind the Buzzcocks from 1996 to 2015, and his antics as a regular guest on QI . 

Phill Jupitus on Never Mind the Buzzcocks

Jupitus puts part of his decision to leave comedy behind down to age: “I’m not an ageist person but I do think that the world of comedy is geared towards the young. It’s about your perspective on things and from the age of 40, I don’t think that changes very much. You’ve found a style where you can’t surprise anymore. You’re just you and I thought I’d been doing it long enough.” 

Speaking about his time on Never Mind the Buzzcocks, Jupitus says that by later series: “I think we’d outstayed our welcome a wee bit.” He was sad when it was cancelled, but also quite happy: “I always went into a series with the mantra: ‘This is the last one.’ I did that 18 times.” 

His decision to go to art school was not completely out of the blue. Jupitus has always had a love for art and early on in his career he would draw cartoons for publications like NME and Radio Times. “I’m going back to something that fascinated me when I was a kid,” he says.  

Jupitus certainly finds it humourous that he is going to school after having already had a long and thriving career: “Whenever I meet people and say I’m at Dundee University they always say, ‘Oh, are you teaching?’” Chuckling, he says: “I’m going backwards in a way. People say I’m like Benjamin Button, but without the cuteness.” 

Phill Jupitus taking part in a celebrity portrait contest in 2018

As a mature student and former TV star, Jupitus was initially “a bit worried” about going to classes. In the end “it was no big thing at all”. He says: “I’d been at university a week, and no one had said a word to me. I’m unused to being in crowds and people not going, ‘Are you Phill Jupitus?’ and ‘Can I have a selfie?’” The students are so young that many do not know who he is: “I’m someone their Mums, Dads, and Nans used to watch.” 

After a tough past year led Jupitus to lose focus on his art, he is now retaking his third year: “I lost my father, then a nephew, and a bunch of friends died. I just had a very funeral-heavy year.” 

“Losing Dad has been in a lot of my work. I can’t help it being in the work. I did two portrait projects on him after he died,” he says. Now Jupitus is experimenting with Polaroids that his father took while working as an engineer: “They might not mean something to someone else, but when you make art, it means something to you.” 

Born on the Isle of Wight, Jupitus has always wanted to return to life by the sea, but work led him to reside mainly in Essex and London. He describes his move to Scotland as fuelled by a strong sense of feeling at home: “There’s an energy about the place and the people.” He now lives in the fishing village of Pittenweem, Fife, with his wife, the printmaker Shelley Jupitus.

Phill Jupitus at Anstruther Harbour

He seems glad to be away from the “frenetic energy and pace of London” and to be immersed in the calming presence of nature. “What I like is that the countryside will sort of ambush you,” he says. “You’re just sitting having a coffee and someone rap raps on your front door and goes ‘Dolphins!’. You look over their shoulder and see them going by from St Monans on their way to Anstruther.” 

Due to the nature of showbiz, Jupitus has always had a hectic life. When in a touring musical he would only have one day off a week, when travelling as a stand-up act he would find the experience very solitary. 

Now that the pace of life has slowed down, he is finally enjoying having time for the little things. At the end of the day, he will settle down to watch what he calls “carpet” (television that he doesn’t have to invest in). “I do love rubbish television,” he confides. He has a soft spot for police procedurals. 

“I’m really happy not to be performing now,” he says. “It was brilliant fun and I loved it, but I just think times have changed. Everyone else has moved on, why shouldn’t I?” 

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Yard Act took to the stage in their Leeds hometown last night (May 9), and were joined by the likes of Nish Kumar, CMAT and Phill Jupitus. Check out footage from the show and the full setlist below.

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The show came as part of the ongoing five-night residency slots at the Brudenell Social Club, in the band’s hometown of Leeds — set to take place from May 8 until May 12.

At last night’s show (May 9), fans were thrilled to see the four-piece joined onstage by some famous faces from the world of comedy. These included Nish Kumar and Phill Jupitus, who joined Yard Act for their cover of Chumbawamba’s song ‘Tubthumping’, alongside the Irish singer-songwriter CMAT.

“This time on yard act live, Nish Kumar opens the show, Sam dresses as Brian May, I get on stage, Sam batters a cardboard house, and the show is closed by Yard Act, Phill Jupitus, Nish Kumar and CMAT singing Tubthumping – never ever change,” wrote one attendee on Twitter, describing the gig.

Another added: “Phill Jupitus and Yard Act doing Tubthumping was a perfect way to end the night.” Check out fan-captured footage and reactions to the moment below.

a @cmatbaby , @MrNishKumar , @YardActBand and phil jupitus walk into a bar… what happens? a cover of chumbawumba tubthumping obviously — emily pilbeam (@empilbeam) May 10, 2023
this time on yard act live, nish kumar opens the show, sam dresses as brian may, i get on stage, sam batters a cardboard house, and the show is closed by yard act, phill jupitus, nish kumar and cmat singing tubthumping – never ever change @yardactband — ty (@tyler_tns) May 9, 2023
Phil Jupitus and Yard Act doing Tubthumping was a perfect way to end the night. — Retep Retals (@retalsp) May 8, 2023


I’ve just watched Yard Act play Tubthumping by Chumbawumba with Phil Jupitus. It’s been an interesting evening. — Kyle (@FineNowImAwake) May 8, 2023

The performance kicked off with a rendition of their 2022 hit ‘Dark Days’, followed by ‘Quarantine The Sticks’, ‘Dead Horse’, ‘Fixer Upper’ and ‘Rich’. From there, the band played other hits including an extended version of ‘Tall Poppies’ and ‘100% Endurance’.

The encore featured a performance of their newest hit ‘The Trenchcoat Museum’, followed by the cover of ‘Tubthumping’ — complete with the star-studded lineup. For the latter, Jupitus described the show as being his “last ever gig” (via Rolling Stone ).

The full setlist for Yard Act’s show at Brudenell Social Club was:

1. ‘Dark Days’ 2. ‘Quarantine The Sticks’ 3. ‘Dead Horse’ 4. ‘Fixer Upper’ 5. ‘Rich’ 6. ‘Pour Another’ 7. ‘Witness (Can I Get A?)’ 8. ‘Tall Poppies’ (extended version) 9. ‘The Overload’  10. ‘100% Endurance’ ENCORE 11. ‘The Trenchcoat Museum’ 12. ‘TubThumping’ (Chumbawamba cover) 

The stint of shows in Leeds follow the band’s recent headline tour , where they played their biggest shows to date and celebrated the launch of their debut album ‘The Overload’.

Acts announced as supporting them during the five nights included Harry Hill, Rose Matafeo, Lolly Adefope and Nish Kumar. “Emboldened by mid-Glastonbury courage, I approached James in a crowd waiting to see Little Simz to tell him how much I loved Yard Act,” said Matafeo in March. “Who knew it would pay off this hard! I’m very excited to share the stage with one of my favourite bands.”

In a four-star review of their album last year, NME praised Yard Act for their “playful, arty and often righteous” approach to music. The familiar touchstones of the post-punk scene’s rigid sound – minimalist grooves, sharp guitars – are all here,” it read. “But the band thrive when they shake up the magic eight ball.”

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Phill Jupitus began his performing career in 1984, when he quit working in a Job Centre to become a performance poet, rising to prominence supporting such artists as Billy Bragg, The Style Council and The Housemartins. In the late 1980s Phill spent a brief period working in the music business doing press and regional promotions work as well as directing promotional videos for Bragg and Kirsty MacColl.

However, the freedom of life on the performing side of the fence was too much to resist, and in 1990 Porky the Poet was retired and Phill Jupitus started performing at stand-up gigs all over London and the UK, going on to earn himself a Time Out award in 1994.

1995 saw the beginning of Phill’s radio career hosting his own show for BBC Greater London Radio. In March 2002 Phill had the honour of playing the first ever record on the BBC’s new dedicated music station BBC 6 Music where he remained for five years presenting the breakfast show. Elsewhere, Phill has regularly appeared on the award-winning The News Quiz as well as I’m Sorry I Haven’t A Clue, Just A Minute and The Unbelievable Truth. In addition to this, he has undertaken presenting work on such shows as Phill Jupitus’ Comic Strips and The Man Who Bought Hendrix’s Stage. He has also presented Pick of the Week and The Archive Hour, both for BBC Radio 4.

Phill’s highly successful television career began in 1996 when he became team captain on BBC Two’s pop quiz Never Mind The Buzzcocks, which he remained with until its demise in 2014. Aside from Never Mind the Buzzcocks, Phill appears as a regular guest panelist on QI (BBC Two) and has also appeared on Live At the Apollo (BBC One), 8 Out of 10 Cats (Channel 4), Would I Lie To You (BBC One), The Blame Game (BBC Northern Ireland), Pointless Celebrities (BBC One), Celebrity Antiques Road Trip (BBC Two), Friday Night Jukebox Live! (BBC Four), A Night At The Theatre (BBC Scotland) Alan Davies – As Yet Untitled (Dave), Dave Gorman Terms and Conditions Apply (Dave), World’s Most Dangerous Roads (Dave) and was a regular presenter for BBC Two’s Glastonbury Festival coverage.

Phill’s live stand-up shows have taken him on several UK tours; Jedi, Steady, Go (1996) where he performed a personal interpretation of the Star Wars story. This was followed by the hugely popular second tour in 1999, Quadrophobia which can be found on DVD. Followed by the improvised character show You’re Probably Wondering Why I’ve Asked You Here in 2014, the stand-up comedy tours Juplicity from 2015 and Sassy Knack from 2019. He regularly performs at The Edinburgh Festival Fringe including resurrecting his word-slinging alter ego Porky the Poet, who appears at The Free Fringe.

Phill has starred in the sitcom television Dark Ages (ITV) and provided voices for animated TV series including Watership Down (ITV), Rex The Runt (Aardman), Phineas and Ferb (Disney) and Pete the Cat (Amazon). In 2001 he appeared in the UK comedy feature Mike Bassett – England Manager.

As an actor, Phill graced the West End stage in the musicals Hairspray and Urinetown. He toured the UK with the hit shows Spamalot, The Producers and Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, and also performed in Waiting For Alice, Big Society, White Rabbit, Red Rabbit and Manwatching. In the summer of 2016, Phill made his Shakespearian debut in A Midsummer Night’s Dream in the role of Bottom at the Theatre Royal Bath.

Phill has toured his stand up shows internationally, performing in Australia and New Zealand, Europe, the Highlands & Islands of Scotland, and south east Asia.

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What is the point of Phill Jupitus?

AndStand · 06/03/2023 21:44

He's not funny and he always takes things too far. He just doesn't know when to stop! I can't even remember when he first appeared on TV, but I wish he'd go now.

Well he speaks very highly of you.

He mainly seems to specialise in glumness and self-loathing on anything I've seen him on.

I know him slightly in real life and he’s not especially nice in real life either.

Really? I always think he seems lovely.

Most comedians aren't that funny unless youvd been drinking

I first remember him doing the voiceover links on the paramount channel. In answer to your question: what is the point of him? Surely that can be applied to a huge number of folk off the telly.

What's the point of a lot of people on TV? Phil Jupitus is nowhere near the top of the list.

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hugoagogo · 06/03/2023 21:54

He’s bad tempered and very self-important, sadly.

In recent years I've noticed he's always a bit creepy with things he says to women and takes thing a bit over the line from a joke to creepy. I didn't mind him on nevermind the buzzcocks back in the day but not a fan now

Zonder · 06/03/2023 21:44

🤣 This actually made me LOL.

Ah, we saw a warm up stand up gig a few years ago and thought he was great. Stopped after for a pic and was chatty etc.

I've just been watching an episode of QI and he completely monopolised it by shouting and making stupid noises. Another programme that he spoiled. I don't care if he'd dislike me if he met me.....I'm not foisting myself on the TV.

Hasn’t he given up telly to be an artist in Scotland?

There were some very unpleasant but startling similar stories about him flying around at the height of MeToo story sharing time…

myveryownelectrickitten · 06/03/2023 22:01

I agree with this. I’ve met him a couple of times as we had a mutual acquaintance.

AndStand · 06/03/2023 22:09

Funny you should say that... I once read an article about QI where someone, possibly in production, ( I'm going to say 'allegedly' here) said that there was one regular pundit who always wanted to know the questions in advance of the programme so that 'he' could work on his replies. 'He' wasn't well liked . My husband and I immediately thought of him. I don't like the way he constantly looks to the audience for approval and always seems to want a big laugh. I'm not saying Phil Jupitus was that person, but it was odd that we both felt the same.

A comedian looking to the audience for approval seeming to want a big laugh? What can he be thinking of? that's no way to behave. I'm shocked. Bloody comedians, trying to be funny. Away with them.

@newnamethanks What I was trying to say was that many comedy folk pitch up and say their humorous quips. But a few, like Jupitus actively seek approbation . Acaster is another one who does this.

cravingmilkshake · 06/03/2023 22:03

We saw him live a few years ago too and were really disappointed. We were expecting stand up and what we got was 80% a poetry recital. One about mums in Waitrose is the only one I can remember.

I've been wondering this for more than 20 years. He has such a nasty edge to his humour, shouting and haranguing. I'm amazed he's dragged his career out for this long.

He's ruined the program for me so many times by doing this. I have wanted to hear what Stephen or Sandi were explaining as it was interesting but could only hear that twat.

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GlassBunion · 06/03/2023 22:44

Don't you dare bring James into this!! 😂 I do agree about PJ though. His standup is awful I can't warm to him at all.

Nagado · 06/03/2023 22:45

Was this his porky the poet persona? I think he started off as a performance poet back in the day. I met him about 8ish years ago - I was dating one of his friends. We saw him perform (was that exciting I can't remember what it was about but it involved poetry...), and then we all went out for a meal. He seemed nice enough to me.

I went through a phase of reading autobiographies from all sorts of people - probably about 100 of them, mostly celebrities (mostly because I never really know who people are and how they got there). There's only two that I didn't get beyond the first chapter - Chris Moyles because it was written in his vile radio persona, and Phil Jupitus who takes himself far too seriously and is basically not interesting and just dull. The other dishonourable mention goes to James Corden - I liked him until I read his book - works hard, tried far too hard, don't read it if you still want to see him as a good, funny entertainer. I wish I hadn't read it.

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