By Louise Bee
Some say you should never blame the audience for a bad gig. Others say it should be seen as a badge of honour to fail in front of an audience with half a brain cell between them. Frank skinner said he used to change his set if he could spot lots of football shirts when he peeped out from the curtain. I hope that one day after many years of sweat, stages and failure, I'll have the experience, mental dexterity and general awesomeness to be able to whip something suitable out whatever the atmosphere or crowd. However, in the meantime, what to do if one finds oneself faced with a room full of beer-toting skinheads with hatred in their eyes?