Juliette Burton’s Exclusive Video for Comedy Blogedy

Following last years critically acclaimed sell out debut at Edinburgh Festival last year with ‘When I Grow Up’ Juliette Burton returns to the Gilded Balloon.  Her new show  “Look At Me” sets to be even more promising, more uplifting and even more enthusiastic. Juliette tackles complex and difficult issues and uses her unique style of…

Interview with Spencer Jones

CB: How long have you been gigging in comedy? SJ: It depends if you count the hiatuses like having to go to school and rave culture. On and off I would say I’ve been gigging for between 1 and 84 years. CB: How would you describe your comedy? SJ: Not a lot of words. A…

Interview with Jay Handley

CB: How long have you been gigging in comedy? JH: Three and a half years. CB: How would you describe your comedy? JH: I have no idea how to do that… so here is my 20 minute set in 20 seconds: “Hello guys, guess who I look like! I’m single by the way. Isn’t dating…

Interview with Wild Card Kitty

CB: How long have you been gigging in comedy?  WCK: Nearly 10 months! CB: How would you describe your comedy?  WCK: Special..? It’s character comedy and I just think of really stupid things and get my characters to do them- be absurd, cutting, ridiculous, awkward – you can get away with so much once people realise…

Interview with Lizzy Mace

CB: How long have you been gigging in comedy? LM: I gig occasionally but my main focus is writing and performing one-hour shows, which I’ve been doing since 2010. My shows have never been straight stand-up; they’ve either been comedy storytelling or, like this year’s shows “Overlooked” and “The Cleek”, character-based sketch shows, both styles…