Interview with Kae Kurd

CB: How long have you been gigging in comedy? KK: I had my first Gig in 2011, but I only really started to take it seriously in 2012 so i’d say about a couple of years. CB: How would you describe your comedy? KK: Funny! No seriously, I’d say there were subtle messages embedded in…

Exclusive 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…

Interview with Phil Jarvis

CB: How long have you been gigging in comedy? PJ: Three years. I began by doing performance poetry with my friends in Basingstoke in an unoriginal named collective called The Dead Poets.  Out of that I did a masked character act called Malcolm Julian Swan, it worked best with a band. I made a jazz…

Interview with Kiri Pritchard-McLean

CB: How long have you been gigging in comedy?  KP-M: I started regularly gigging in 2010, so I’m 5 years in now. I did a couple of gigs before that and was one of those unbearable dicks that call themselves a comedian after doing one gong show. CB: How would you describe your comedy? KP-M:…

Interview with Tom Ward

CB: How long have you been gigging in comedy? TW: Since April 2011, so 3 years and 8 months. CB: How would you describe your comedy? TW: It’s a difficult one that one, a man sketch show seems about right I guess because I often do scenarios and play two characters having a conversation, or use…

Interview with Jake Farrell

CB: How long have you been gigging in comedy? JF: I’ve been gigging for about ten months at the standard open mic haunts around London with a bit of a break between my first rambling, incoherent five minutes and the following 20 or so slightly more coherent, rambling five minutes that have followed. CB: How…

Doctor Brown at Soho Theatre

This interview was originally broadcast in December 2011. DOCTOR BROWN TRILOGY: BECAUSE Mon 12 – Sat 17 Jan, 7.15pm Soho Theatre £10 Mon, £15 (£12.50) Tue – Thu, £20 (£17.50) Fri – Sat DOCTOR BROWN TRILOGY: BECAVES Mon 19 – Sat 24 Jan, 7.15pm Soho Theatre £10 Mon, £15 (£12.50) Tue – Thu, £20 (£17.50)…

Interview with Zack Bornstein

CB: How long have you been gigging in comedy? ZB: I caught the comedy bug my freshman year of college and never fully recovered. Now, it’s full-blown Comeditus, and the only relief is nonstop bits — good and bad. CB: How would you describe your comedy? ZB: I used to do neuroscience research, so a…

Interview with Nick Helm

Nick Helm won ‘Best Comedy Breakthrough Artist’ at the British Comedy Awards 2014. You can listen to an exclusive interview with Sara Shulman for the Comedy Blogedy podcast ‘Humour Me’, which was originally broadcast in 2012, where Nick talks all about how he started in comedy, the process of writing material, advice for new comedians…