hamfatter


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hamfatter

(ˈhæmˌfætə)
n
(Theatre) theatre a second-rate or ineffectual actor
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Now, tell us how your rock band Hamfatter is getting on.
This could be his greatest coup since Hamfatter, the rock band he helped to achieve world wide obscurity.
The sob story plague has hit Dragons' Den and it's about as welcome as a Hamfatter CD in your Christmas stocking.
Cambridge-based rockers Hamfatter shot to fame when they won the backing of celebrity millionaire Peter Jones on the hit TV show.
And Pigeon Detectives, The New Young Pony Club and (my personal favourite) Hamfatter only go to emphasise my point.
HAMFATTER Barfly, Cardiff Tel: 0844 847 2424 They convinced Dragon's Den man Peter Jones to part with pounds 75k, but can they convince you to part with seven quid for a ticket?
One band who have come up with a new way of getting their music heard is Cambridge threepiece Hamfatter.
So hats off to Hamfatter who had the novel idea of taking part in a prime-time TV show to get the crucial exposure they needed.
Other performances during the 30-day festival include Chumbawamba, Liverpool singer-songwriter Stephen Langstaff, Hamfatter, Little Man Tate, The Ting Tings, Ian McNabb, The Real People and Travis.
If you're not a fan of BBC Two show Dragons' Den, you might not know that Hamfatter recently appeared on the programme.