NATYS Final

Paul F Taylor was named the Top of The Bill act for 2013, gaining the majority vote from an industry panel that included comedienne Jenny Eclair, Comedy Store owner Don Ward and Harry Hill’s TV Burp script writer, Brenda Gilhooly. Taylor made it through auditions of over 175 acts, each with 2-3 years’ experi- ence…

James Acaster: Prompt

  JAMES ACASTER ‘Prompt’   Fosters Comedy Awards Nominee – Main List – 2012 Off The Kerb ‘Laughing Boy’ New Act Winner 2010 Latitude New Act Competition Runner Up 2010 Soho Theatre, London  31st January – 2nd February 2013 Kettering’s finest export James Acaster makes his debut appearance at The Soho Theatre with an hour…

John Robins: Incredible Scenes!

Phil McIntyre Entertainments present:   JOHN ROBINS ‘Incredible Scenes!’ Directed by Russell Howard Soho Theatre, London –  4th February 2013   John Robins is the latest maverick to burst out of Bristol’s hotbed of talent. Representing the ‘new wave of storyteller’ (Evening Post), he weaves narrative, improvisation and punchy gags, skilfully into his unique self-effacing…

Tom Craine: Work in Progress

Saturday January 12th 2013

Work in progress stand-up show from critically acclaimed comedian Tom Craine as seen on Live At The Electric and Russell Howard’s Good News.

“Wise, funny, lyrical” – Observer

“Wonderful” – Time Out

“Intelligent and effortlessly funny” –  Three Weeks

Tickets: http://www.pleasance.co.uk/islington/events/tom-craine-work-in-progress

 

Jason Rouse, Comedy Cafe

Jason Rouse Solo Show: Hellarious 1st November 2012, Comedy Cafe Jason Rouse is a renegade touring stand-up comedian taking the mainstream comedy world and turning it upside down. Over the last decade this comedy outsiders has been sharpening his teeth in clubs and festivals all over the world. “His routine is a tirade of unspeakable…

Oyster Eyes: Some Rice, The Soho Theatre

Oyster Eyes are doing it again and this time they’re really doing it. Breakthrough stars of Where Did all the Dogs Go?, The Chicken Gang and Daddies Chocolates! bring you their really great new show. Hot on their own heels, Oyster Eyes want to show you a medley of cool jokes and nice sketches, all…

Interview with Max Fletcher

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…