Humour Me with Adam Hess by Humour Me (Comedy Blogedy) on Mixcloud Adam Hess, Chortle Student Comedian of the Year 2011 co-presents Humour Me with Sara Shulman. The show features an interview with comedian, writer and actor Sara Pascoe as well as Cariad Lloyd, the Foster’s Edinburgh Comedy Award Best Newcomer nominee 2011. You can…
The Invisible Dot Ltd is one of the most exciting and innovative production companies in the country. Having worked extensively with cutting edge comedians Tim Key, Mark Watson, Daniel Kitson, David O’Doherty and Simon Amstell they are uniquely placed to to bring audiences the next generation of exceptional acts emerging through the Edinburgh Fringe and the London alternative circuit… The Invisible Dot Tour is taking place for the first time in 2012, a snapshot of the most exciting and funny new acts in the country right now. Check out more info & tickets!
Best Newcomer Nominee – Foster’s Edinburgh Comedy Awards 2011
FHM Stand Up Hero 2010 (ITV4)
Leicester Mercury Comedian of the Year 2010
Chortle Best Breakthrough Act Nominee 2011
‘So You Think You’re Funny’ finalist 2008
As well as star of Live At The Apollo, 8 Out of 10 Cats, Stand-up for the Week & more!
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– Accommodation & expenses provided
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-You need to be enthusiastic and willing to talk to people! (But you’ll be flyering for some of the best acts in comedy so you’ll want to tell people how great their shows are anyway!)
– Accommodation & expenses provided
– You need experience for this role e.g. basic sound a lights from a sound desk and confident use of a mac.
– You’ll be needed for about 3 – 4 hours a day, plus tech rehearsals on the first day and any extra shows if they get added.
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Humour Me with Tom Rosenthal by Humour Me (Comedy Blogedy) on Mixcloud Tom Rosenthal, British Comedy Award nominee and star of Channel 4’s Friday Night Dinner, co-presents Humour Me with Sara Shulman. The show features an interview with Logan Murray, comedian, author and leader of the best comedy course in Europe, as well as an…
Are you going to Humour Me?
Following the success of UCL’s regular Bright Club, where university staff share a stage with professional comedians and entertainers to dig out the funny side of their work, it’s now time for UCL students to tread the boards.
Humour Me: Live! will feature a line-up of UCL undergraduates and postgraduate students. The majority are comedy virgins and will be performing their very first five minutes of stand-up – a momentous occasion!
A record-breaking 700 entries have so far been made for the prestigious, nationwide Amused Moose Laugh Off contest, which searches out and discovers the next big comedy stars.
Entries opened on 1st January, but due to 50% more interest than expected extra qualifying rounds have been added including one this coming Sunday in Camden, to accommodate the waiting list that formed for the qualifying rounds in London as well as the North of England and Scotland. There are now just a handful of spaces available in London this Sunday, and in the Ireland rounds in April.
Humour Me with Naz Osmanoglu & Kieran Boyd by Humour Me (Comedy Blogedy) on Mixcloud Naz Osmanoglu and Kieran Boyd, stand-ups and members of the sketch group Wit Tank, co-present Humour Me with Sara Shulman and the show also features an interview with Norwegian comedian Daniel Simonsen as well as the founder and Executive Producer…
Phil Boothman: Just over three years, I started back in August 2008 at a variety night at The Oakford Social Club in Reading, where I used to live. Because there weren’t too many places to gig around Reading I was the only comedian on the bill, so the audience didn’t really know what to make of me. I got nervous, hit myself in the face with the mic as I got it out of the stand and stumbled drunkenly through a 10-minute set, but it never put me off!
As soon as Chris Ramsey came on stage, his ease and eagerness to interact with the audience was apparent and, if there wasn’t a time limit, the interactivity could have gone on indefinitely but, believe me, nobody would even think to look at their watches!
Ramsey’s likeability, charisma and “sandancing” charm created a relaxed feel to the whole show with seamless transitions from one brilliantly told story to the next and some really fantastic attention to detail! The fast-paced and highly energetic articulation of each joke both linguistically and physically and the relatability of each anecdote was so well-delivered that the odd heckle was not in fact a heckle but was the perfect example of audience members just “joining in” because they were completely captivated by each story.