Thank you Second City!

Second City have been in London for the past two weeks where they have taught classes at the new Angel Comedy venue as well as the Poor School. There were a variety of classes starting with “the Second City Improv Intensive” for students that have never learned improv before, there was “the Second City Improv…

Interview with Best Boy

Interview with Dan Smith and Charlie Mizon from sketch group Best Boy.  CB: How long have you been gigging in comedy? BB: We’ve been gigging since September last year, but writing together for about 3 years; for another sketch group we were part of and collaborating on sketches and one liners for BBC radio.  CB:…

Win Tickets to Sky Cat Laughs Festival in Kilkenny!

Comedy Blogedy readers can win tickets to the Sky Cat Laughs Festival in Kilkenny! All you need to do is ‘Like’ the Comedy Blogedy Facebook page by Wednesday 27th May. www.facebook.com/ComedyBlogedy Tickets are for: Saturday 30th May at Ormonde Kings, 6:30pm Line-up: Andrew Maxwell, James Acaster, Ailsling Bea, Barry Murphy   Sunday 31st May at…

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Laugh Out London (Victoria Park)

Thursday 26th March 2015 NISH KUMAR Super Smart and slick Nish has featured in the second series of Stewart Lee-curated The Alternative Comedy Experience on Comedy Central. He’s just finished another successful run at the Soho Theatre with his third Edinburgh Show, the catchily named Ruminations on the Nature of Subjectivity. “If you like your comedy…

SWAG: A Short Silent Comedy Film – Awards and Nominations

‘SWAG’ is a short silent comedy film written by and starring David Elms, directed by Matt Holt and produced by Sara Shulman. Awards Director’s Award at the North Carolina Film Festival  “Outstanding Quality Entertainment” – Patrick Manss, Program Director Award of Merit at the San Francisco Film Awards Honourable Mention http://sffilmawards.blogspot.co.uk/2015/02/the-inaugural-san-francisco-film-award.html Official Selection LA Indie…

Doctor Brown at Soho Theatre

This interview was originally broadcast in December 2011. DOCTOR BROWN TRILOGY: BECAUSE Mon 12 – Sat 17 Jan, 7.15pm Soho Theatre £10 Mon, £15 (£12.50) Tue – Thu, £20 (£17.50) Fri – Sat DOCTOR BROWN TRILOGY: BECAVES Mon 19 – Sat 24 Jan, 7.15pm Soho Theatre £10 Mon, £15 (£12.50) Tue – Thu, £20 (£17.50)…

New Acts of the Year Competition

New Variety Lives presents The NATYS: New Acts of the Year 2015 New Variety Lives’ annual Top-of-the-Bill new-act showcase, hosted by Arthur Smith at the Bloomsbury Theatre, has selected an eclectic evening of new and diverse comedy acts. After 6 weeks of ups and downs at Rich Mix, 144 auditionees were narrowed down to a tight…