Interview with Guilt & Shame

CB: How long have you been gigging in comedy? Rob: Five years. I used to do the free fringe with comedian Carrie Quinlan before working on G&S. Feels like longer. Gabe: Thirty. My life is one big joke. Only joking. Me and Rob started G&S about three years ago and I’d never done live comedy…

Interview with Catasha

Comedy Blogedy: How long have you been gigging in comedy? Catasha: I have been at it about 6 years now in a very lackadaisical manner. I didn’t realize that until I found this fossilized piece of paper with a date on it from some of my first material. Doesn’t feel like it’s been that long.…

Interview with Lindsay Sharman

CB: How long have you been gigging in comedy?  LS: I did stand-up for three years from 2008 until I had a comedy breakdown (less serious than a proper breakdown) and started channelling all the frustrated lunacy into characters. Now I only perform as myself when I’m compering, otherwise I’m in a monobrow/turban/playing a crumhorn.…

Interview with Ed Mayhew

CB: How long have you been gigging in comedy? EM: Since Summer 2010 [Yolanda Be Cool and DCUP were number 1 with ‘We no speak Americano’]. CB: How would you describe your comedy? EM: Friendly fire. I’m also part of a sketch group called Making Faces and we love to satirise the big solutions to…

Interview with Jonny Pelham

CB: How long have you been gigging in comedy? JP: I did my first gig about 3 years ago. It was an audition-like thing underground at the Students’ Union in front of about seven people, all of whom were acts. Needless to say laughter was in short supply throughout. CB: How would you describe your…

Interview with Gatis Kandis

CB: How long have you been gigging in comedy? GK: I’ve been gigging about 4 years, first year very little and then about two times per week for about three years. CB: How would you describe your comedy? GK: My comedy is simple, easy to understand. CB: Which comedians influence your comedy? GK: I really…