Caption: Owen Metsileng in the title role of Third World Bunfight
"It could be a bit of a bunfight
in theory, but the audience is always amazing - and always makes sure the comics have a great time.
And who could forget the Jimmy Choo bunfight
Sucking the Wallabies into a bunfight
is the obvious thing to try and do and Gatland would have been certifiable had his selections not covered that base first, which is why the roaming skills of Mako Vunipola and Matt Stevens might just be inspired choices.
It is dangerous, too, for Newcastle's rivals are slowly adding quality to their squads in preparation for the Spring bunfight
. Dean Richards' decision to recruit last summer and build a team might actually end up coming back to haunt him if a crop of players on short-term contracts can bridge the gargantuan gap.
I love the theatrical episode that extends off the stage, involving the audience, and eventually explodes into a glorious bunfight
. A tiny playscript is one of a variety of text types that are used and we are introduced to range of interesting vocabulary.
is under way to be the home of the pounds 3bn "Green Investment Bank" - with ministers fighting off requests from all parts of the country.
"They were more physical, they made the breakdown a bunfight
and lived off our mistakes.
Magners cheer IT'S play-off time on the rugby front too, with Leinster and Munster having an All-Ireland bunfight
at the Royal Dublin Showground in the Magners League.
THE results of last week's International Cricket Council conference showed the game's governing body is still playing and missing far too often.Aa The annual bunfight
in Dubai botched the one important decision it had to make, while capitalising on all the free food and drink on offer.
Between tastings of the local cabernet, check out resident theatre company Third World Bunfight
's Big Dada, in its fifth production worldwide since 2001.
High-level talks with East Timor officials appear to have quelled Australian Government fears of a bunfight
over access to Timor Sea oilfields.
Unlike six of the last seven Tour de France races, this year's edition is not a procession of Team Ineos (formerly Team Sky) juggernauts but a real bunfight
for the top step of the podium in Paris on Sunday.
The contest to replace Kezia Dugdale was always going to become a bunfight
between hard left followers of Jeremy Corbyn and more moderate forces.
A Newcastle source told me they were "satisfied" with their business and happy that they probably wouldn't have to join the September bunfight