Hot Dub Time Machine

Hot Dub Time Machine is the World’s First Time Travelling Dance Party, pioneering the use of “boogie energy” to party through music history. From Rock Around the Clock to Skrillex, it’s the best music of the last sixty years served up in a time travelling, audio-visual super party! Hot Dub Time Machine is created and…

Interview with Rob Broderick (Abandoman)

Rob Broderick is a multi-award winning comedian and phenomenally talented freestyle comedy rapper. Rob performs with James Hancox as ‘Abandoman’ and in February 2013, their debut performance in Australia won them a Best Comedy nomination and a Best Newcomer award at the Adelaide Fringe Festival. Abandoman supported the multi-platinum artist Ed Sheeran on his sell-out…

Interview with David Trent

David Trent is “one of the most talked-about people in comedy right now.” (GUARDIAN ****) and was nominated forthe Foster’s Edinburgh Comedy Award for Best Newcomer at the Edinburgh Festival in 2012 as well as the 2013 Chortle Comedy Awards Breakthrough Act. After a total sell-out run of ‘Spontaneous Comedian’ in 2012, ‘This Is All…

Interview with Ben Target

Ben Target is an award-winning comedian and one of the most creative and innovative comedians in the U.K. Ben was nominated for Foster’s Edinburgh Comedy Award Best Newcomer for his 53-minute show debut “hour” at the Edinburgh Festival in 2012 and has consistently been a Fringe favourite. Ben has performed all around the world, delighting…

A Theory of Justice The Musical

★★★★★ “A truly remarkable musical. You would be a fool to miss it.” Chloe Bond, The Cherwell ★★★★★ “Energy, ingenuity and intelligence.” Robert Holtom, OxfordTheatreReview ★★★★★ “Brilliantly executed.” Amaryllis Barton, The Oxford Tab ★★★★ “Comedic gold” Gavin Elias, OxfordTheatreReview. John Rawls’s A THEORY OF JUSTICE: THE MUSICAL! An all-singing, all-dancing romp through 2,500 years of…

Life Sentence

Life Sentence An original comedy at theSpace on The Mile Life Sentence is an original comedy about Theo, a hypochondriac who gets diagnosed with immortality. Bound to a life everlasting, Theo immediately goes into mourning at the thought of missing out a young death, final words, and his very own funeral. Only his best friends,…

Interview with Rachel Hirons

Rachel Hirons is a playwright and screenwriter who studied drama and film at Kingston University. Her play ‘When Women Wee’ enjoyed a sell-out run at the Edinburgh Festival in 2011 and at Soho Theatre in May 2012, receiving rave reviews. Rachel’s second play ‘A Guide To Second Date Sex’ sold out at the Edinburgh Festival…

Matthew Highton: It Came From The Mud

MATTHEW HIGHTON’S: IT CAME FROM THE MUD Edinburgh Free Fringe @ Whistlebinkies 3rd-25th August 2013 17:15pm    “Wonderful surrealism” The Guardian   “Inspired, ridiculous, interconnected comedy gloriousness” «««« Three Weeks   Chortle Award Nominated (Weirdos Collective) Named London Is Funny’s ‘Most Chaotic Moment of 2012’ Pioneer of online smash ‘The Thinking Show’ Star and writer of…

Interview with John Kearns

John Kearns is one of the most exciting, creative and remarkable comedians on the circuit. Sight Gags For Perverts is John Kearns’ debut hour at the Edinburgh Festival and having performed for several years at The Fringe as part of ‘Dinner Party’ with Pat Cahill in 2011,The Lunchtime Club in 2011, The Pleasance Reserve in…