Today in Buccanan Street, a pedestrian precinct, I was pleasantly amused by 2 'acts'.One was a man who pretended to be a weather-beaten statue...he moved only when someone donated a coin.The other one was a masked three foot midget playing a recorder or flute...only it wasn't! A tall man was sitting down and cleverly giving that impression of a very small man with a large 'back-pack'.I only sussed him out when he stood up, the childen were totally enchanted...and so was I.
Nowt round here apart from the odd busker in a Keswick underpass.
Happened across the "Moaning Lisa" a couple of weeks ago in North Yorkshire - well dressed up in costume with his face through a portrait of the Mona Lisa, giving it woe with life the universe and everything. Quite clever.