The funniest standup I’ve ever seen …Myra DuBois. She’s the best standup on the gay scene in London. Best off script and she can rattle on without a break for two hours.
The funniest heckle I’ve ever had …I don’t really get heckled at drag gigs; you shut them up before they get a chance to open their mouths.
The funniest book I’ve ever read …The Andy Warhol diaries. His writing has a jolly, detached curiosity, telling stories about extraordinary people as if it were local tittle-tattle with a neighbour over a garden fence.
The funniest film I’ve ever seen …Abigail’s Party. It’s the kind of film – well TV play – that is really funny to quote afterwards. All together: “I’ve got very beautiful lips.”
The funniest item of clothing I’ve owned …My friend has made me this waistcoat thing covered in silk flowers. I’m not sure what to do with it. I can’t bear to get rid of it as it took her ages to make but I’m always like … WTF?
The funniest meal I’ve ever eaten …I cooked fresh fish once but I didn’t know you had to take the guts out. It wasn’t funny at the time. The flat smelled horrid for weeks.
The funniest word …Snatch – as in purse.
The funniest joke I’ve ever heard …“What do you get with a second-hand toilet? Second-hand toilet roll. Someone used it and rolled it back up again.” Jonny Woo, aged six.