Interview with Phil Wang

This graph relates to the way in which Phil discusses the London comedy circuit in his interview. Phil Wang is an award winning comedian, including Chortle Student Comedian of the Year 2010 and Comedy Central Live Funniest Student Award 2011 as well as previously being President of the Cambridge Footlights. Phil is rapidly making a…

Interview with Sam Golin

Comedy Blogedy:How long have you been gigging in stand-up? Sam Golin: Since the end of April 2012 Comedy Blogedy: How would you describe your comedy? Sam Golin: Chatty Comedy Blogedy: Which comedians influence your comedy? Sam Golin: Patrice O’Neal Comedy Blogedy: Did you always want to go into comedy? Sam Golin: Not Stand-up originally but in some way. Comedy Blogedy:How…

Interview with Doctor Brown

Doctor Brown (Philip Burgers) is an internationally award-winning comedy sensation. Having trained at the Ecole Philippe Gaulier in Paris and the Nouveau Clown Institue with Jango Edwards in Barcelona, Doctor Brown has gone on to perform all over the world. Doctor Brown’s awards include the Foster’s Edinburgh Comedy Award for ‘Best Show’ (2012), the Total…

Interview with Fern Brady

Comedy Blogedy: How long have you been gigging in stand-up? Fern Brady: Since May 2010. Comedy Blogedy: How would you describe your comedy? Fern Brady: It’s quite consistently described as dark but I don’t necessarily see it that way. To be honest, I think it’s far more sinister when comedians consistently do elitist, classist material that mocks…

Interview with Dane Baptiste

Dane Baptiste is a stand up comedian, who won acclaim on the urban circuit performing alongside some of its biggest stars. Since moving over to the mainstream circuit he has risen up the ranks quickly achieving notable success in numerous comedy competitions and is now a regular at some of the country’s most famous venues.…

Interview with Ivo Graham

Ivo Graham is an award winning comedian, described by Time Out as “one of the best young comedians around”. After only 8 months of gigging, Ivo won the prestigious ‘So You Think You’re Funny’ competition in 2009. Whilst at university, Ivo performed at the Edinburgh Festival, the Just For Laughs Festival in Montreal and the…

Interview with Chris Coltrane

Comedy Blogedy: How long have you been gigging in stand-up? Chris Coltrane: In total about four years, though I started at the beginning of 2007, and stopped for a few years to pay off some debt/fight crime etc. So I actually started some time ago, which feels odd because the circuit has changed so much…

Interview with Sam Simmons

Sam Simmons is an award-winning comedian. In October this year, filming began for Sam’s four-part series Problems, to be broadcast on primetime ABC 1 television in Australia. Last year, Sam’s show Meanwhile, a mind-bendingly odd, heart-warming hour that put the mental into experimental comedy, was a five-star success, and saw Sam nominated for the Foster’s…

Interview with Sara Pascoe

Sara Pascoe is an award-winning comedian and actress and has co-starred in the Channel 4 series Campus (as Nicole Huggins); Free Agents (Emma), and as series regular, ‘Pam’ in both seasons of the cult series The Increasingly Poor Decision of Todd Margaret. Sara has also carried out guest lead roles in cult BBC shows Twenty…