(on stand up comedy)
Patrick: When you're on stage with the audience, they've paid to come and see you and if the show's going well, if they're clapping and laughing, it's a fantastic feeling. Footballers get that feeling week in, week out, but the difference when you're doing stand-up is it's just you on your own. So that's a nice feeling. But then the downside is the nerves and the travelling and if you get it wrong you can't stop and say 'let's do that again'. It's not an easy job, and for every comedian, whether you like them or don't like them, you have to take your hat off to them for doing it.