Comedy Blogedy: How long have you been gigging in stand-up? Harry Deansway: I’ve been doing stand up for 7 gigs on the open mic circuit at the time of writing this, but I’ve been doing comedy since the age of ten when I read out a short story I’d written in a school assembly. I’m…
Comedy Blogedy: How long have you been gigging in stand-up? Max Fletcher: I’ve been doing comedy for about two years now – I was in the sketch group ‘The Oxford Revue’ – but I only started doing stand up a year ago. I was interested to try it out, why I have no idea; at…
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Check out the latest competition listings for the AmusedMoose LaughOff 2012 Competition, supported by leading UK owned DVD company 2entertain.
Details about the semi-finals in London as well as information about the competition in Edinburgh and Ireland.
Tony Cowards: Off and on since 2004. I started out helping out at a great comedy club in North London called “The Comedians’ Graveyard”, which was a fantastic club but is now sadly deceased. Originally I was just a behind-the-scenes helper but eventually I ended up on stage and never looked back.
On Thursday 15th March 2012, 7 UCL undergraduates, 1 Cambridge University undergraduate and the Head of Public Engagement at UCL took part in a comedy show at The Wilmington Arms presented by Comedy Blogedy and Bright Club called Humour Me: Live!
The show was sold out and there was an amazing buzz in the room as everyone watched the acts perform, and for many of the acts it was their first stand-up gig! David Morgan was a wonderful MC and Naz Osmanoglu performed a superb stand-up set, both of whom have certainly picked up a new load of fans!
The show also raised £150 for the charity Mama Biashara!
I’d like to say a massive thank you to everyone who has taken part and supported the show. In particular, Steve Cross from Bright Club and UCL Public Engagement, for all his help and support in organising Humour Me: Live! and running the gig.
Bec Hill who provided a fantastic training for the students about performing stand-up comedy and writing material, which you can see in the trailer for the show filmed by Shyam Popat, also a UCL undergraduate.
Jonathan Grant, from Red 24 Management, who provided a very useful, interesting and insightful Q & A session with the acts from the show about getting into comedy and the comedy industry in general.
And, of course, a massive thank you to everyone who came to the show and everyone who has supported Comedy Blogedy from its inception.
Lots of comedy love,
Editor, Comedy Blogedy
Comedy Blogedy: How long have you been gigging in stand-up?
Steve Rimmer: Just a little over a year, I did my first gig January 2011.
Comedy Blogedy: How would you describe your comedy?
Steve Rimmer: True tales from my own life with a few silly jokes thrown in to keep people interested.