Interview with Liam Newman

“One thing to gain from performing is that it opens your eyes. I now look at the world differently and am constantly on the search for material whether it be through first hand experience or from people watching/stalking. It also means that moments that previously would’ve been considered low points are now a cause for…

Interview with Smug Roberts

“All my material is based on something personal to me. As I say I don’t really tell “jokes” or even crazy made up tales. All my act is based on real true life. The things that really go on in my life, and everyone else’s are much funnier than anything you could make up if you…

Interview with David Hannant

“Along with a fear of technology and a passionate belief in ‘flat-earth’ theory, my rural upbringing and small town mentality meant I never considered that it was even an option to be a comedian.  I may yet be proved right. I’d always relished public speaking and took massive satisfaction from making people laugh. Eventually, I started…

Review: Patrick Monahan Live, Show Me The Funny Winner’s DVD

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Since the Show Me The Funny series finished at the end of August, the three finalists, Tiffany Stevenson, Dan Mitchell and Patrick Monahan have been touring the UK making people laugh from screen to stage. Patrick Monahan Live: Show Me The Funny Winner’s DVD, which can be pre-ordered from Amazon and is available at shops for Christmas, was filmed last night at the UCL Bloomsbury Theatre, London.

Review: Nathan Caton’s Get Rich or Die Cryin’

(Kings Place, 22/09/11) “Nathan Caton’s set began with some very amusing audience interactions, with much of it picking up on individuals who had already made a name for themselves. A particularly enjoyable moment was when the show almost turned into Nathan giving relationship advice after asking a “couple” on the front row if they were,…