London Irish Comedy Festival – Edinburgh Previews

LONDON IRISH COMEDY FESTIVAL TO HOST NEW EDINBURGH FRINGE PREVIEWS  Catch the very best Irish comedians before they hit the road for the Edinburgh Fringe Festival at the London Irish Comedy Festival’s Edinburgh Preview Season.  Building on the stunning success of the London Irish Comedy Festival tent, as part of the Mayor of London’s St. Patrick’s Day…

Interview with Sarah Callaghan

CB:  How long have you been gigging in comedy? SC: About 3 and a half years. CB: How would you describe your comedy? SC: Real talk. Just my take on subjects that effect everyone. CB: Which comedians influence your comedy? SC: No one in particular. I just admire any comic who is doing something different…

Exclusive Interview with John Kearns

Sara Shulman interviews John Kearns about winning the Foster’s Edinburgh Comedy Award ‘Best Newcomer’ award 2013, writing material, gigging all around the UK and lots more! Check out this interview with John recorded in July 2013 before he performed his award-winning show at the Edinburgh Festival! More info About The Show “‘Sight Gags for Perverts’,…

Charlie Baker: Baker’s Dozen

  “A superior take on the modern showman” – The Guardian **** – The Scotsman “Baker has devised and delivered a beautifully paced hour” **** – The Herald “Pure, undiluted barmy musical fun not to be missed – not even by you.” ***** Three Weeks After a sell-out run at the Edinburgh Festival this summer,…

Nick Helm: One Man Mega Myth at Bloomsbury Theatre

Bound and Gagged Comedy by arrangement with Lisa White for Glorious Management proudly present: NICK HELM: ONE MAN MEGA MYTH The Bloomsbury Theatre, London 8th & 9th November at 8pm  Double Foster’s Edinburgh Comedy Award nominee (2011 & 2013)  Comedian and inspirationalist Nick Helm has overcome pain and suffering his entire life to become the…

Interview with Dan Branch

CB: How long have you been gigging in stand-up?  DB: I’ve been gigging on and off for around three years, mostly at my university and a couple of open mic nights around Southampton. Before uni, the closest I came to stand-up was probably playing Tim Minchin songs at school concerts. You know… the three or…

Interview with Edy Hurst

CB: How long have you been gigging in stand-up? EH: I tried doing two gigs at the Manchester Comedy Store King Gong about 3 years ago and absolutely died on both occasions (I got an aggregate time of a minute and ten seconds) – I’d done some ‘presenting’ stuff at school that people happened to…

Bobby Mair at Soho Theatre

31st October – 2nd November   ‘He’s either going to be a huge international comedy star or the funniest homeless man ever”  JIMMY CARR   “The heir to Doug Stanhope” THE SCOTSMAN **** Canadian superstar Bobby Mair is back – direct from his smash hit run at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and a storming show.…

Interview with Adam Singleton

CB: How long have you been gigging in comedy? AS: I did my first few gigs about 3 years ago, but then got a “proper” job and it remained on the back burner, so this time around only about 6 months. CB: How would you describe your comedy? AS: Character comedy, I like to create…