Gerry is a writer and humorist. His humour is about the challenges of life, and using humour to make life more bearable.
As well as humorous writing, Gerry has performed stand-up comedy, improvisation, vlogs and live comic poetry and songs.
Doing stand-up at Brighton Comedy Festival:
Gerry improvising spontaneous speaking on an unrehearsed subject:
Gerry ranting on about how annoying people are:
Gerry messing about, making up a spontaneous song about life, with bad ukelele:
Gerry doing stand-up to a class at the Brighton Dome Centre:
The expectedness of the unexpected: a ground-breaking theory:
Teaching comedy improv:
Performing live comic poetry and songs
Gerry’s spoof Country-and-western song (sound file)
instrumental backing by Richard Durrant:
“Ode to a stool” – reflections on being asked for a sample:
A humorous poetic diatribe against bad language:
An exploration of just how many other words you can get to rhyme with one word: