Interview with Aisling Bea

Aisling Bea won ‘Best Female Television Comic’ at the British Comedy Awards 2014. You can listen to an exclusive audio interview with Sara Shulman for the Comedy Blogedy podcast ‘Humour Me’, which was originally broadcast before Aisling performed her debut hour ‘C’est La Bea’ at the Edinburgh Fringe in 2013, which gained Aisling a nomination…

Interview with Ben Rosen

Ben Rosen is a stand-up comedian based in New York and a Creative for Buzzfeed. CB: How long have you been gigging in comedy? BR: It was actually exactly 5 years last week. Woo. CB: How would you describe your comedy? BR: Terrible. Just kidding. Well… sometimes. This is always the hardest question for me to…

Katherine Ryan On Tour

I remember the first time I saw Katherine Ryan – it was in Edinburgh at the Pleasance where she performed her debut hour, ‘Little Miss Conception’. I sat on the front row and was so excited by this new fresh talent that articulated an honesty I hadn’t quite heard in a while. The show was…

The Pin at Soho Theatre

The Pin are a comedy duo comprised of Ben Ashenden and Alexander Owen. This is the show they performed at the Edinburgh Fringe in August to total sell-out crowds. There were also some positive murmurings and the odd “fair enough actually” from the press box, so get yourselves along to this and watch two close…

Adam Riches at Soho Theatre

After a total sell out at Edinburgh Fringe 2014, Foster’s Edinburgh Comedy Award winner Adam Riches makes a triumphant return with a brand new hour of phenomenal bullshit.

‘You will laugh yourself silly.’
★★★★★ Telegraph

‘Cunningly crafted, high-energy character comedy that’s big on laughs.’
★★★★ Time Out

Running Time: 60mins
Age Recommendation: 16+

A Christmas Tail: Weirdos Alternative Panto

A new and original production from Weirdos Comedy. Starring: Harriet Kemsley, Joz Norris, Katia Kvinge, Luke McQueen, Pat Cahill, Beth Vyse, Lindsay Sharman, Laurence Owen, Marny Godden, William Lee, Thomas Meek, Joe Davies, Mark Stephenson, Gareth Morinan, Liberty Hodes, Penny Matthews, Mark Dean Quinn, Phil Jarvis, Alwin Solanky, Charlie Miller, Chris Boyd, Michael Brunström, Mario…

Interview with Theo Davies

CB: How did you get into directing comedy? TD: As with lots of things, directing comedy just sort of happened… I really never meant it to. I just made things that I liked and made me laugh and then suddenly realized that most of my films sit on the verge of comedy (be it fairly…

Pappy’s Flatshare Slamdown

Wednesday 29th October at The Phoenix in Cavendish Square

Featuring special guests JOE LYCETT, DOC BROWN, ANGELA BARNES, ALEX BROOKER and DR ERICA MCALISTER alongside regulars Pappy’s and Danielle, Margaret and Michael from Do The Right Thing

Doors: 6:30pm Show: 7pm


Interview with Phil Lucas

CB: How long have you been gigging in comedy? PL: About two and a half years now. CB: How would you describe your comedy? PL: It’s not really stand up because it’s all visual. I use PowerPoint, so everything goes through that. It’s all nonsense ideas really – bad Photoshop, bad music, outdated cultural references, attempts…