I went to see the first two Radio 4 recordings of Rudy's Rare Records last night.
It starred Lenny Henry as Adam, Rudy's (the owner of Rudy's Rare Records music shop) son.
I was brought up on Lenny Henry, I love Lenny Henry, but in the last couple of years his performances have got a bit predictable.
I enjoyed Rudy's Rare Records immensely.
It wasn't ground breaking, it wasn't the Holy Grail of comedy, but it was funny.
I laughed, a lot.
It was well observed and quite, dare I say it, sweet.
To my mind Rudy was the best thing in it, but there were sterling performances by all.
I've never been to a radio recording before so it was a new experience for me.
We were herded into a small room with a small bar and some chairs where we waited to be called through to get our seats.
The seats aren't alloted so its first come first served and we were lucky enough to get seats right at the front.
Although I must admit, I was a little nervous that we might get picked on, as is the case with Comedian shows.
Indeed the front row came in for a bit of comment.
Lenny refused to believe that most of us were from Brixton.
Just because we is white doesn't mean we ain't ghetto...
Ok, so I'm not funny.
The performance itself was very different to seeing a play.
The actors have the script in front of them and aren't dressed up so you have to suspend your disbelief a bit, even more than on the radio because you're not working from a blank canvas.
It did mean however that I got to see Adam's son's boxers as the actor in question had trousers hanging lower than even my youngest brother's.
It's brilliant that you can go and see shows for free.
I was delighted to find out that we weren't just going to see one, but two episodes, after the end of the first.
The show is due to air in February and I for one will be tuning in to hear it.