Ed Hamell: Hamell On Trial Exclusive Video

After a 7 year hiatus, US musician and comedian Ed Hamell returns to the Edinburgh Festival to the Assembly George Square One. His previous visit in 2007 garnered him the coveted Herald Angel Award for his show ‘Terrorism of Everyday Life’. This critically acclaimed show went on to wow crowds in London at the Soho Theatre.…

Interview with Mixed Doubles

CB: How long have you been gigging in comedy?
 MD: We’ve been around for about 2 years but I’d say we’ve only been seriously gigging for about a year. CB: How would you describe your comedy? MD: Just a bit silly to be honest. It is quite innocent in comparison to other groups;  we don’t…

Interview with Ben Champion

CB: How long have you been gigging in comedy? BC: Around two and a half years. CB: How would you describe your comedy? BC: I write painstakingly well-constructed songs with jokes in them. I then sing them at a keyboard or with a guitar. Occasionally I say words in between the songs, though not if…

Interview with Tracey Collins

CB: How long have you been gigging in comedy? TC: Since the glorious summer of 2012. CB: How would you describe your comedy? TC: Camp and grotesque musical character comedy. CB: Which comedians influence your comedy? TC: Andy Kauffman, League Of Gentleman, Julie Walters, Dave Chappelle. CB: Did you always want to go into comedy?…

Interview with Katerina Vrana

CB: How long have you been gigging in comedy? KV: I’ve been doing stand-up since early 2009 so just over 5 years. Before that I used to do sketch comedy and comedy improvisation. CB: How would you describe your comedy? KV: I’m resisting the urge to say “funny”. It’s a combination of observational comedy and…

Interview with Robbie Ormrod

CB: How long have you been gigging in comedy? RO: Well I’ve been gigging regularly from around 2011, but my first gig was in 2007. My 10th gig was in 2010; you get the idea. CB: How would you describe your comedy? RO: Silly and self-deprecating. My finale is currently quite sad, and I do…

Interview with Darren Walsh

CB: How long have you been gigging in comedy? DW: 4 years CB: How would you describe your comedy? DW: Surreal nonsense peppered with puns, sound effects, drawings and definitely not mentioning my height. CB: Which comedians influence your comedy? DW: I’m obsessed with Limmy, but I grew up worshipping Spike Milligan, Monty Python, Dave…

Bryony Kimmings: Credible Likeable Superstar Role Model

Tuesday 24th June – Saturday 28th June, 7:15pm at Soho Theatre, £20 (17.50) Credible Likeable Superstar Role Model returns to Soho Theatre for 5 performances only, following it’s sell-out run here in 2013! WINNER: FRINGE FIRST AWARD 2013 WINNER: FRINGE REVIEW OUTSTANDINGTHEATRE AWARD 2013 WINNER: ARCHES BRICK AWARD 2013 ‘Hilarious, heartbreaking, troubling and inspirational. Kick-ass in all the right ways.’★★★★★ Time Out ‘Bold, brave and very brilliant; don’t miss.’★★★★★ Independent…

Interview with Alasdair Tremblay-Birchall

CB: How long have you been gigging in comedy?  ATB: I have been doing standup in buildings in front of audiences for about 5 years CB: How would you describe your comedy?

 ATB: Extremely derivative of everyone that has come before me but in an original way. CB: Which comedians influence your comedy?
 ATB: The following is a list of…