I love intelligent, funny and creative women. I'm very thoughtful and I like people who are open-minded and interested in the world around them.
I love going to restaurants, museums, galleries, gigs, the cinema, the theatre, to other countries travelling and also to lovely parties (as long as there's a good selection of snacks - this bit is very important).
I'm probably at my happiest when I am with people I care about and having a really good laugh. Sounds simple, but there you go.
I used to be a full-time stand up comedian, and did other things alongside this, such as writing and working on TV programmes, teaching comedy writing in universities and extras work (in films, such as Harry Potter, and also in adverts).
Being quite geeky ('quite', rather than 'very'... I think)
'Stalingrad' by Antony Beevor (harrowing and sad)
'Moab Is My Washpot', 'The Fry Chronicles' and 'Paperweight' by Stephen Fry
'I, Partridge: We Need To Talk About Alan'
Works by Richard Dawkins and Christopher Hitchens (God rest his sou... God rest his.... Er, Rest In Peace).
Moonrise Kingdom (beautifully shot and quirky Wes Anderson film)
Burn After Reading
Good Night and Good Luck
Senna (A fantastic, emotional, cinematic documentary that you don't need to be a Formula 1 fan to appreciate)
Not Going Out
Curb Your Enthusiasm
House of Cards
Charlie Brooker's Screen/Weekly Wipe(s)
The News (yeah, that's right 'The News'!)
Unreported World (which reports on things people don't hear about, but should)
Manic Street Preachers
Two Door Cinema Club
Bread dipped in olive oil and balsamic vinegar (poncy, but there you go)
circular, flattened bread, with cheese, tomato and various toppings
iPhone (and charger, obviously)
Do you have a 'typical Friday night'? If so, you're either a) someone who works on a Friday night (fair enough), or b) probably a bit repetitive (sorry).