The Show Time Series with Zoe Coombs Marr

CB: What is your show about? ZCM: My show is about when a terrible offensive sexist standup gets in trouble for being terribly offensive and then tries to do a silent Gaulier clowning show that won’t offend anyone, which may be more offensive than his stuff in the first place, losing his mind and himself…

The Show Time Series with Sophie Willan

CB: What is your show about? SW: At 23 I got all my childhood records from Social Services, the show explores who I am today through the eyes of experts that assessed me. I talk very candidly about my experiences growing up and out of the care system and my mother being a heroine addict.…

Interview with Michelle Wolf

CB: How long have you been writing and performing comedy? MW: I’ve been doing stand up for just over 5 years. Before that I did improv for awhile. CB: Where was your first gig and what was it like? MW: My first gig was at this small room beneath this now closed club in NYC…

Interview with Peter White

CB: How long have you been writing and performing comedy? PW: It’s been about 10 years now. CB: Where did you first perform stand up comedy? How was it? PW: It was in a city called Calgary in Canada. I was out there for an engineering internship, which I absolutely hated. I didn’t know anyone…

Interview with Nick Thune

CB: Where was your first gig and what was it like? NT: My first gig was at a dive bar in Seattle. I reenacted the warehouse-dance-scene from “Footloose” during the intermission of my cover “No Hablos”. Hard to start my career on such high of a note. After that, everything has been blah. CB: How…

Interview with Will Tempfer

CB: How long have you been writing and performing comedy? WT: I moved to New York City in August 2012 as a very naïve 22-year-old. My first job in was a page for the Late Show with David Letterman.  Another page, Zack Bornstein, came up to me one day and asked me to say a certain…

Interview with Loren O’Brien

CB: How long have you been gigging in comedy? LOB: It’s been about a year and a bit now. I’ve been riding on the ‘I’m new to this, please don’t judge me… please’ wave. Guess that means I need to find some other excuse at how I’ve snuck in. CB: How would you describe your…

Interview with George Lewis

CB: How long have you been gigging in comedy? GL: Getting on for 3 years. CB: How would you describe your comedy? GL: Reluctantly. I never know how to answer this. CB: Which comedians influence your comedy? GL: Steve Coogan, Tim Key, Chris Morris, Armando Iannucci, James Acaster, David Mitchell, Ricky Gervais and Steve Merchant.…