CB: How long have you been gigging in comedy? KK: I had my first Gig in 2011, but I only really started to take it seriously in 2012 so i’d say about a couple of years. CB: How would you describe your comedy? KK: Funny! No seriously, I’d say there were subtle messages embedded in…Details
‘SWAG’ is a short silent comedy film written by and starring David Elms, directed by Matt Holt and produced by Sara Shulman. Awards Director’s Award at the North Carolina Film Festival “Outstanding Quality Entertainment” – Patrick Manss, Program Director Award of Merit at the San Francisco Film Awards Honourable Mention http://sffilmawards.blogspot.co.uk/2015/02/the-inaugural-san-francisco-film-award.html Official Selection LA Indie…Details
Wednesday 25th February at The Invisible Dot, King’s Cross. Only £5.
The Pin are trying new material as they develop their new show.
8th MARCH! BOOK TICKETS ONLINE NOW http://www.unrestrictedview.co.uk/damien-slash-presents/ As part of a three month residency at the Hen and Chickens Theatre, Damien Slash Presents: Damien Slash Presents + Special Guests A night of character comedy creations, musical madness and physical prowess from Special Guests including: Hosted by Damien Slash www.damienslash.com Natasia Demetriou ☆☆☆☆☆ FRINGE BISCUIT “Everyone’s…Details
Comedy Blogedy is incredibly excited to announce that, working in partnership with Angel Comedy, Second City are making their UK debut in May providing training courses and performing improv for two weeks in London! “Second City is the best job anybody in the American Theatre can get. It’s incomparable. If you come through Second City…Details
Eric Lampaert is a comedian and actor that has appeared on BBC2, BBC3, Ch4, Ch5, E4, ITV2, HBO including shows such as Life’s Too Short, Cardinal Burns and The Midnight Beast. Eric is also in Dizzee Rascal’s music video ‘Bassline Junkie’ and Scouting For Girls’ ‘Love How It Hurts’ respective music videos as well as…Details
CB: How long have you been gigging in comedy? PJ: Three years. I began by doing performance poetry with my friends in Basingstoke in an unoriginal named collective called The Dead Poets. Out of that I did a masked character act called Malcolm Julian Swan, it worked best with a band. I made a jazz…Details
CB: How long have you been gigging in comedy? KP-M: I started regularly gigging in 2010, so I’m 5 years in now. I did a couple of gigs before that and was one of those unbearable dicks that call themselves a comedian after doing one gong show. CB: How would you describe your comedy? KP-M:…Details
CB: How long have you been gigging in comedy? TW: Since April 2011, so 3 years and 8 months. CB: How would you describe your comedy? TW: It’s a difficult one that one, a man sketch show seems about right I guess because I often do scenarios and play two characters having a conversation, or use…Details
CB: How long have you been gigging in comedy? JF: I’ve been gigging for about ten months at the standard open mic haunts around London with a bit of a break between my first rambling, incoherent five minutes and the following 20 or so slightly more coherent, rambling five minutes that have followed. CB: How…Details
French-born philanthropist-wannabe Eric Lampaert attempts to heal the World from racism and sexism on a daily basis, but always f*cks it up due to his never-ending neurosis. Mon 16 Feb, 7pm at £10 Tickets An improvised show where some of your favourite movies performed by some of your favourite comedians, including the likesof Katherine Ryan, Daniel Sloss,…Details
In this hugely successful debut hour, this original and provocative rising star asks: is there a place for Citizen Dane? As seen on Seann Walsh’s Comedy Spectacular(BBC3) and Live from The Comedy Store (Comedy Central). Mon 26 – Sat 31 Jan at 7pm £10 Mon – Wed, £12.50 Thu – Sat NOMINEE: FOSTER’S EDINBURGH COMEDYAWARDS…Details