Laugh Out London

Tony Law Edinburgh Fringe Preview + Support Tuesday 25th June 5 Denman St, London, Greater London W1D 7HN Nearest Tube: Piccadilly circus (2 minutes) Start Time: 8.00pm (doors 7.30pm) £3 www.laughoutlondon.co.uk   Tony Law: Nonsense Overdrive Multi-award winning Tony, bring his preview of his new show “Nonsense Overdrive”!  His last show has scooped him much critical acclaim and Edinburgh Comedy…

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…

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 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…

Sara Pascoe: The Musical, The Soho Theatre

Direct from a sell out and critically acclaimed Edinburgh Festival run, this is the uplifting and inspiring tale of ‘Sara’ who lived from the 1980’s to 2012. Sara was born as a ‘baby’, meaning she could neither talk nor walk, but she didn’t let this hold her back, she faced adversity in the face and…

Interview with Max Dickins

Max Dickins is a stand-up comedian, writer, radio presenter, member of the sketch duo Dregs and blogger. In his interview with Sara Shulman of Comedy Blogedy, Max discusses student radio and uni life, advice to performers taking a show up to the Edinburgh Festival, the art form of stand-up comedy and much more! maxdickins.co.uk @maxdickins…

Interview with David McAndrew

Comedy Blogedy: How long have you been gigging in stand-up? David McAndrew: I did my first open spot in November 2008 and it was a complete disaster – microphone too near my mouth, too drunk, too much swearing, lack of quality, material and practice. What also added to my nerves was that the room had…