DIARY: Let the strewth be told

It was a case of 'Tie Me Kangaroo Down the A420' at a recent Aussie-themed BBQ bash, when the Madison Inn Hotel welcomed agency bookers to its Swindon-based venue. As well as corked hats and cold beers, added Antipodean spice was brought to the proceedings by look-a-likes masquerading as Dame Edna Everage and Rolf Harris. Diary feels all that was missing for the transformation 'down under' to have been complete was a big red rock, koala-sized spiders and sporting humiliation of the Brits in attendance.

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