|Sean Cullen/ CBS||URL way too long to be posted here|
|Review on Dame Sybille||http://www.comedynet.demon.co.uk/Review2.htm|
|Interview with Phil Nichol||http://www.peak.sfu.ca/the-peak/95-1/issue11/pigs.html|
|Article on MadTV & Corky||http://www.chartnet.com/damn/090897.html|
|Several articles on Corky||http://www.canoe.ca/JamMusicArtistsC/corky.html|
|Dame Sybille Article||http://www.whitehorse.com.au/~virtualp/lastlaugh/damesybille.html|
LINCOLNSHIRE ECHO, April 2, 1998.....
Sent to me by: MARK B.... thanks!!
A funnyman who twisted his ankle on the opening night at a city comedy club had the audiences in stitches - and they thought it was part of his act. Phil Nichol, compere at Just the Tonic at the Barracuda Club,in Lincoln's High Street, damaged his ankle after leaping off the stage. But the audience continued to laugh even though he kept telling them he had hurt himself. "I was laughing myself when he said he was hurt - I thought it was all planned" said club promoter Darrel Martin. "Eventually he got the message across that he really was hurt and we got him off stage. The audience were a bit worried then, but the fact that he was so professional about it and came back on to finish the show left them thinking he wasn't in as much pain as he actually was". Mr Nichol spent four hours in Lincoln County Hospital fortreatment to his ankle immediately after the show. He has now had to cancel his show for the next fortnight while he puts his feet up.