Interview with Bobby Mair

Bobby Mair is an award-winning Canadian comedian and one of the most exciting new talents on the comedy scene. Driven by a natural flare for comedy, Bobby enrolled at Toronto’s Humber College on their Comedy Writing and Performance Program in 2005 – he dropped out before the year end. Feeling like the course was “too…

Interview with Aisling Bea

Aisling Bea is one of the country’s fastest rising comic talents. As a stand up she recently won the prestigious So You Think You’re Funny? in Edinburgh 2012 (the second woman ever to win and the first in 20 years). As an actress and comedian she has starred in the likes of Dead Boss (BBC3),…

Interview with Alfie Brown

Alfie Brown is a critically acclaimed comedian and has performed at the Edinburgh Festival for several years including as part of The Lunchtime Club and two solo shows ‘The Love You Take’ and ‘Soul For Sale’. Alfie will be performing at The Fringe this year with his new show ‘The Revolting Youth’. Alfie Brown: The…

Interview with Eric Lampaert

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…

Paul Mercurio interviews Jay Leno

Emmy-winner and comedian Paul Mecurio recently created a podcast at The Sideshow Network called, “The Paul Mecurio Show” where each week he talks about his life, the world that he believes is out to get him and how he thinks he can change or beat that world.  Paul also interviews A-list celebrities, major newsmakers and…

Interview with Mike Sheer

Comedy Blogedy: How long have you been gigging in stand-up? Mike Sheer: I think I did my first ever stand up gig in 2002 but then stopped and started again and again over the years. It wasn’t ever something I really wanted to do or thought I’d do, so I didn’t take it seriously. Which…

Interview with Ian Smith

Ian Smith is a critically acclaimed stand up comedian, having performed for several years at the Edinburgh Fringe (the Lunchtime Club, BBC Three at The Fringe as well as two sell out and critically acclaimed Fringe double headers ‘Beckett and Smith’ (**** The Scotsman, The List) and ‘Ian Smith and Tom Toal’ (***** Three Weeks).…

Interview with Evelyn Mok

Comedy Blogedy: How long have you been gigging in stand-up?   Evelyn Mok: Since September 2008.   Comedy Blogedy: How would you describe your comedy?   Evelyn Mok: I try to have a social perspective in my stand-up, with longer routines where I can attempt to comment on social issues. I also have the quick…

Interview with Gareth Waugh

Comedy Blogedy: How long have you been gigging in stand-up?     Gareth Waugh: I started in July 2010 so almost 3 years     Comedy Blogedy: How would you describe your comedy?     Gareth Waugh: I never really know how to answer this question without sounding “wanky”. Somebody once asked me what the…

Interview with Alistair Williams

Comedy Blogedy: How long have you been gigging in stand-up?   Alistair Williams: Just under a Year.   Comedy Blogedy: How would you describe your comedy?   Alistair Williams: The ramblings of a moron.   Comedy Blogedy: Which comedians influence your comedy?   Alistair Williams: Joe Rogan   Comedy Blogedy: Did you always want to…