BREAKING THE CURSE
We learn Vivien’s story and, with it, Viv’s.
Dave’s betrayal is uncovered.
Dave breaks the curse, the battle’s won and the ancient adversaries become mortal.
Carl and Ethel have a potentially disastrous misunderstanding.
Ethel and Frida bury the hatchet and enjoy a new friendship.
It’s goodbye to Jason Statham and The Blackwall Tunnel.
It’s So Hard Being Dave/String ‘Em Up
The Curse Pt2
Women Are Crazy - Men Are Stupid
Back Of My Cab
Better Out Than In
A Men With Ven production. Produced and Directed by David Barratt. Written by Men With Ven Co-written by Jo Gardetta & Neville Farmer Additional writing by Steve Graham & Fenella Fudge. Songs by Men With Ven. Men With Ven are Bill Clift, David Barratt & Carl Marsh Driving From Barking To Deptford was recorded at The Abattoir Of Good Taste in Barking, Deptford, Birmingham, Stockholm, Bangkok, New York and Whitstable in 3D Vensound. Bill was played by Bill Clift Dave - Shane Attwooll Carl - Mark Arden Ethel/Ethelburga - Kerry Enright Frieda/Freya - Sarah Lonton Viv/Vivien/Gloria and The Parrot were all voiced by Fenella Fudge The Narrator - Amanda Homi. The Missus - Anita Dobson. Jason Statham was played... Spaceman Jack - Roy Harter. Odin - Christopher Brand. Barry The Burglar - Nick Wilton. TV Announcer - Daniel Norcross. Imam Amir - Aatiff Nawaz. Chance - Kenyon Phillips. Sir Mortimer Planno - Daniel Whalgren. The Dave - Dave MacDonnald. The Carpet Salesman - Steve Graham. Julius Ceasar - Ron Emslie. Carl’s Mum - Liza Marsh. Cindy Wachowski - Fiona Foster. Children’s Choir - Lyla Attwooll. The Archbishop and Oddman - David Barratt. The Vikings were played by John Rogers and Harry Feeney-Barratt. All music played by Men With Ven. Additional Songwriters - Bryn Burrows, Neville Farmer, Terry Radigan, Phil Johnstone, Rev Hammer & Papa Dee. Additional musicians & singers - Bryn Burrows, Justin Mitchel, Jenny Woodall, John Woodall, Isobel Kimberley, Gary Schreiner, Neville Farmer, Jody Porter, Ava Attwooll, Poonam Gupte, Geoff Wooley, Ronnie Rumble, Kat Parker, Phil Johnstone, Terry Radigan & Papa Dee. Artwork: Chris How Dedicated to Frances Spring & Rene Marston