West End World Cup

Fed up with football already? The talent’s not just on the pitch this summer as the stars of London’s West End share their football skills with TheatrePeople.com! #WestEndWinners

Filmed and edited by Keith Huckfield
Additional Camera Work Warren Badenski

Interview with Ola

Comedy Blogedy: How long have you been gigging in comedy? Ola: My first gig was over 7 years ago, but I only started gigging properly when I graduated in 2009. (so 5 years ago) Comedy Blogedy: How would you describe your comedy? Ola: My comedy is a reflection of my mind, so it covers a…

Quint Fontana: Girl Girl Girl Girl Girl

Recently discovered. Here is the original video from 1988 of Quint Fontana’s biggest hit ‘Girl Girl Girl Girl Girl (You’re The Only Girl in the World). A top twenty smash in the summer of 1988 this was the song that propelled Quint Fontana on the road to mega stardom. Quint has now returned to the music…

Interview with zazU

Comedy Blogedy: How long have you been gigging in comedy? zazU: As zazU it’s been since March 2013 but we’d all gigged a bit before we met with Battleacts Improvised Comedy, Lead Pencil, Suicide & Crumble as well as in News Revue where we first met. Comedy Blogedy: How would you describe your comedy? zazU:…

Unlock Art: What’s So Funny? (with Tamsin Greig)

In Unlock Art: What’s So Funny? Greig investigates how humour became central to many of the art movements of the past 100 years. The film examines how artists including Duchamp, Magritte and Gilbert & George employed humour in their work to ridicule the status quo and explores how humour was used to observe the role of the individual…

Interview with Struan Logan

CB: How long have you been gigging in comedy? SL: My first ever gig was way back when in June 2010, the same night the World Cup semi-final between Spain and Germany. I remember this because the whole crowd was Spaniards who wanted to celebrate their victory rather than watch comedy. You can imagine it…

Interview with Mark Stephenson

Mark Stephenson is a stand-up comedian and writer, who has been a finalist (and come second place) in almost every new act competition in the UK, including the New Act of the Year 2012 (formerly known as Hackney Empire), the Laughing Horse New Act of the Year 2011 and the Leicester Square New Act of…

Interview with Sadia Azmat

CB: How long have you been gigging in comedy? SA: 3 years and 11 months – not that I’m counting! CB: How would you describe your comedy? SA: Funny I would hope! I find it really hard to deconstruct my style but I think a combination of observational and storytelling probably sums it up well. CB: Which comedians influence…