They had a hole in the floor of their van to wee out of when they were driving long distances.
Anyway, I digress.
They had great songs, and one song which bordered on extreme cheesiness called Saxophone. It was written when they acquired a sax player, Zoot, in order to show off his skills. I think Zoot came from the University of Sussex or something- he was definitely a Proper Musician.
Joby and the Hooligans created a dance (pretentious, moi?) from the film Metropolis, which had been screened in full on BBC 2. You know the bit when the workers trudge along in single file with heads bowed, each one with an arm on the shoulder of the person in front, with an air of abject misery? Well, that was us; we trudged this way and that, across the front of the Buccaneer, from one side of the little stage to the other, changing direction dramatically as we got to each end, all the way through the songs.
Boy, we must have been irritating!