He achieved the “impossible” in the capital city, but could he do it on an unseasonably warm couple of days in April in the Second City and surrounding region?
Adham Fisher tried to ride on every National Express bus route in 48 hours with his team the Bustice League, and tells all about his adventure in his new Extreme Commuter comedy show. It's on Sunday 26 May (Bank Holiday weekend!) and there's FREE ENTRY!
The Warehouse Cafe and Bar will be open later for this, serving its usual delicious vegan and vegetarian food while Fisher, um, extols the virtues of West Midlands buses. You should have your long weekend brightened up no end and we'll be able to fit up to 60 of you in.
Mani from the Cafe says: “Normally we host political talks, book events and practical workshops. Frankly, I'm baffled at this, but it's gotta be worth a laugh, eh?"
Well, this is what happened in London: https://vimeo.com/237744146
. Is Transport for West Midlands (and Dundee) a match for Transport for London? Do Birmingham bus frequencies come close to the ridiculous ones of the capital? What is the warm-up routine for such an arduous endeavour?
There's only one way to find out!