We have all heard the story before. A tranquil town, streets with cobbles and people without them. Townsfolk and farm animal alike enjoying the blue skies draped… Read more "In The Stormy Rain"
The Tide was the second short film to be produced by Butty Hands, and proved to be much more structurally ambitious than the first. One of my…… Read more “The Tide”
Jeff was down, lower than he had ever been before. From the outside it looked as if he had it all: the flashy top floor apartment, a…… Read more “DJ Depression’s Quest for Happiness”
The first series of The Two Spoons Radio Show had come to a close, episode five had flown Gary directly into the sun and the people were…… Read more “Big Mormon Man”
On a platform diluted by a persistent stream of vapid nonsense labelled ‘Make-up tutorials’, Butty Hands sought to ride their surfboard of dark comedy directly at the…… Read more “Make-up Mondays with Keith”
Johnny is taken on a turbulent ride as he searches for the truth in a world of deceitful university students and silent vegetables.
It had been six months since the characters of Mr Prongles and Mikel Mcinwheel had been thrust forth into the Buttyverse and we felt that it was…… Read more “Where Are They Now? McInwheel and Prongles [Comedy Sketch]”
‘Power can be felt through the softest touch of an acoustic string, just as impactful as opening the electric up and sliding down to the 12th fret.’
‘He looked like a spaniel that had smashed it’s snout into its owner’s ketamine stash.’
‘It was truly a bizarre ride along desert highways… A moderately sized plastic Jesus hanging from the rear view mirror periodically swinging into my forehead and my shoulder wedged in the rib cage of a Peruvian man I’d met minutes earlier.’