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Watch Robert Fripp and Toyah Willcox cover Blink-182’s ‘Dammit’ in new Sunday Lunch video
Robert Fripp and Toyah Willcox have shared a new Sunday Lunch video, during which they cover Blink-182‘s ‘Dammit’ – watch the spirited cover below.On Sunday (April 28), Willcox and Fripp shared the latest of their Sunday Lunch videos, for which they began recording and posting covers of popular songs in 2020 amidst the COVID-19 lockdowns and have been running with ever since due to its popularity.For their latest cover, Fripp and Willcox have taken on Blink-182’s ‘Dammit’, beginning with a false start. After putting on a spirited performance, Toyah calls it an “elderly edition” of Sunday Lunch, causing her spouse to erupt in laughter.Watch Toyah Willcox and Robert Fripp’s cover of ‘Dammit’ below.The pair’s recent covers include the Beastie Boys classic ‘Fight For Your Right’, Michael Jackson’s ‘Give In To Me’, Bon Jovi’s ‘You Give Love A Bad Name’, The Black Keys’ ‘Lonely Boy’, and Richard Berry’s ‘Have Love, Will Travel’.Later this year, Fripp and Toyah Willcox are set to embark on a string of string of live dates during the holidays following the success of their Sunday Lunch YouTube series and their critically acclaimed Tour of ’23.The couple will kick off the shows on December 16 at the Queens Hall in Edinburgh.
We went to the new Second City New York theater. Here’s why you need to go
Second City Theater.For decades — since 1959 (!) — the improv and sketch institution has served as one of the major training grounds for American comedy. Notable alums include the aforementioned “SNL” players as well as household names Steve Carell, Stephen Colbert, Amy Poehler, John Candy and Martin Short to name just a few from their stacked roster.And now the venerated theater has landed in New York, putting on laugh-out-loud funny, ballsy, personal, physical, immersive shows seven nights a week.So, we checked it out.On April 25, the New York Post attended a production of the theater’s ambitious mainstage revue “Ruthless Acts of Kindness.” To give you an idea of what to expect — and we highly recommend you do — here’s everything you need to know and more about getting your inner Lorne Michaels on and catching a show at New York’s newly opened Second City Theater.Commuting to the Brooklyn theater from Queens, Manhattan or the Bronx?If that’s the case, we suggest boarding either an L train and getting off at the Bedford stop for a 5-10 minute walk to the venue or taking the scenic route and strolling over from the G’s Nassau Avenue stop.