AboutYou Can’t Blame a Girl For Trying, or in this case, Lying, is a new comedy night. LGBTQ comedians, artists and writers are invited to perform material dealing with the usual issues - sex, death, love, money, self care (hopefully not too much of this) jealousy, madness, the overthrowing of the Tory government and the futility of a comedy set in order to promote this. The more we sit in rooms laughing, the more we are distracted with our own sense of humour. The theme of the first night was self-deprecation, and this one is lying. What does it mean to be truthful, and why, for example, are people pretending to be homeless when really Mummy is paying the rent?