Interview with Nick Helm

Nick Helm won ‘Best Comedy Breakthrough Artist’ at the British Comedy Awards 2014. You can listen to an exclusive interview with Sara Shulman for the Comedy Blogedy podcast ‘Humour Me’, which was originally broadcast in 2012, where Nick talks all about how he started in comedy, the process of writing material, advice for new comedians…

Interview with Aisling Bea

Aisling Bea won ‘Best Female Television Comic’ at the British Comedy Awards 2014. You can listen to an exclusive audio interview with Sara Shulman for the Comedy Blogedy podcast ‘Humour Me’, which was originally broadcast before Aisling performed her debut hour ‘C’est La Bea’ at the Edinburgh Fringe in 2013, which gained Aisling a nomination…

Interview with Andrew Ryan

Andrew Ryan is an Irish comedian, who started gigging in 2008 and is now one of the most exciting emerging talents in comedy and in demand as both an act and an MC at the biggest comedy clubs around the UK and Ireland. Andrew’s quintessentially Irish storytelling abilities and cheeky, friendly demeanour make him a…

Interview with Joz Norris

Joz Norris is a stand-up comedian, character comic, writer and actor based in London. He started working on the stand-up circuit in 2011 and has since become a critically lauded and well-respected figure on the alternative comedy, character and clowning circuits, as well as working prolifically in other media and collaborating frequently with some of…

Interview with Mark Davison

Mark Davison is a comic actor and comedian, performing a character act called Mr Susie. He was voted “Best Free Act” by Stalking Elk magazine at the Edinburgh Fringe 2011 and his 2012 show (Mr Susie’s “Cheeky Flippin’ Nice”) and 2013 show (“Mr Susie’s To Earth With Love”) both received strong reviews. He is also…

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 John Hastings

John Hastings is an award-winning stand-up comedian. Having started performing stand-up comedy in 2006, Hastings has since performed all over his native country Canada and around the world. In 2010, Hastings won the Best Newcomer Award at the Just for Laughs Festival in Montreal and has been nominated for a Canadian Comedy award in the category of…

Interview with Caroline Quentin

Caroline Quentin is an award-winning actress, who has performed in some of the most successful British comedies in recent years. These have included Men Behaving Badly, where Quentin played the part of Dorothy and in Jonathan Creek as the part of Maddie Magellan, starring alongside Alan Davies for three years. Quentin has also appeared in…

Interview with Adam Larter

Adam Larter is a comedian, writer and founder of Weirdos Comedy Club. Adam started performing comedy whilst a student of Creative Writing at Kingston University and has since performed four shows at the Edinburgh Festival whilst also growing a critically acclaimed and award nominated Comedy Club that showcases some of the best acts in the…