Katherine Ryan: Glam Role Model at Soho Theatre

Tuesday 22nd April – Saturday 2rd May – 7:30pm Soho Theatre Tuesday 22nd (£10 preview), Tuesday – Thursday £15 (£12.50), Friday and Saturday £17.50 (£15) A dude who is fast becoming a recognisable face on British TV with appearances on BBC1’s Live At The Apollo & Let’s Dance for Comic Relief, BBC2’sMock The Week, QI and Nevermind the Buzzcocks, C4’s 8 Out of…

Richard Gadd: Cheese and Crack Whores

Brown Eyed Boy presents RICHARD GADD: CHEESE & CRACK WHORES!!! Soho Theatre, Thurs 17 – Sat 19 & Thu 24 – Sat 26 April at 10pm “Deranged, nihilistic, self-abasing…Gadd unravels beautifully and awfully in front of us. It is cruel to laugh. But we do. Oh yes we do…” ★★★★ Kate Copstick, The Scotsman Described by…

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…

I Can’t Sing: The Musical

I Can’t Sing is the new musical comedy based around the reality television show The X Factor. It stars Olivier-Award winning stage and screen actor Nigel Harman (Shrek  the Musical; Downton Abbey; Eastenders) as Simon, with Cynthia Erivo (The Color Purple; Sister Act) and Alan Morrissey (RSC; Shakespeare’s Globe; Holby City; Endeavour) as love-struck hopefuls…

London Irish Comedy Festival

 London Irish Comedy Festival Tent Sunday 16 March 2014, 2.00pm – 5.15pm Line-up: Eric Lalor MC, Barry Murphy, Roisin Conaty, Aisling Bea, Damian Clarke, Jarlath Regan, Willa White and Christiane O’ Mahony North Terrace, Trafalgar Square, London www.london.gov.uk/stpatricks The London Irish Comedy Festival is thrilled to announce that it will again play host to the…