Interview with Evelyn Mok

Comedy Blogedy: How long have you been gigging in stand-up?   Evelyn Mok: Since September 2008.   Comedy Blogedy: How would you describe your comedy?   Evelyn Mok: I try to have a social perspective in my stand-up, with longer routines where I can attempt to comment on social issues. I also have the quick…

Slapdash International Improv Festival

Love laughing? Love theatre? Love stories and sketches? Then the Slapdash Festival of Improv is for you! Now in its fourth year, Slapdash is one of London’s biggest festivals of improvised theatre and comedy, showcasing the most talented, witty and razor-sharp performers in their field – from local to international guests. From June 8- 16, Slapdash will…

Sunderland Comedy Festival

Following months of teasers, Sunderland Live has officially announced Sunderland Comedy Festival’s full programme of events for their very first year. From Saturday June 29th to July 7th 2013, Sunderland Comedy Festival will be taking over venues across Sunderland to deliver over forty top comedy names in the city. From tea rooms to nightclubs, bars…

Rachel Parris: The Commission

Troika Talent Management presents Rachel Parris: The Commission Musical Comedy Awards Runner-Up 2012 Funny Women Runner-Up 2010 Hackney Empire New Act Of the Year Finalist – 2011 Leicester Square Comedian Of The Year Finalist 2011 So You Think You’re Funny Semi Finalist 2011     Rachel Parris presents her debut solo Edinburgh show, The Commission – a darkly…

Shambles

SHAMBLES WEEKENDER   Shambles Presents Edinburgh Work  In progress Weekender Colonel Fawcett, 1 Randolph St  Greater London NW1 0SS 29th and 30th of June  13:00 – 17:00 Tickets £1 07723023432   A whole weekend of work in progress shows from some of the most exciting acts heading up to the fringe. £1 gets you entrance for the…

Interview with Gareth Waugh

Comedy Blogedy: How long have you been gigging in stand-up?     Gareth Waugh: I started in July 2010 so almost 3 years     Comedy Blogedy: How would you describe your comedy?     Gareth Waugh: I never really know how to answer this question without sounding “wanky”. Somebody once asked me what the…

Short Com

Short Com is a film programme specified to the art of independently made short comedy films. The mission for Short Com is to unearth, celebrate and promote the DIY ethic of filmmakers and comics who go it alone to make people smile, via the best way possible, by putting selected films onto a big screen…

Interview with Alistair Williams

Comedy Blogedy: How long have you been gigging in stand-up?   Alistair Williams: Just under a Year.   Comedy Blogedy: How would you describe your comedy?   Alistair Williams: The ramblings of a moron.   Comedy Blogedy: Which comedians influence your comedy?   Alistair Williams: Joe Rogan   Comedy Blogedy: Did you always want to…