Chortle Awards 2013 - Full Results

Monday 25th March 2013 @ 10:07pm

Chortle. The results of the 2013 Chortle Awards have been announced.

The awards, now in their tenth year, are organised by the news and review website Chortle. They primarily aim to recognise the year-round contribution to comedy of stand-up comedians operating on the live circuit.

The results were announced at a ceremony in London hosted Jo Brand. The shortlist was drawn up by a panel of comedy reviewers, with the winners determined via a public vote conducted online earlier in the month.

It was a good night for former double-act Lee & Herring, with Stewart Lee winning Best Tour and Richard Herring winning Best Internet Show, and the duo also jointly awarded for their Fist Of Fun DVD release.

Canadian comedian Tony Law was also popular with voters, winning both the Club Comic category and taking away the coveted 'Best Show' title too.

Below is the full list of nominations, with the winners denoted...

Best Newcomer

Lucy Beaumont. Lucy Beaumont - Winner

Adam Hess

Sunil Patel

Tommy Rowson

Breakthrough Act

Dr. Brown. Philip Burgers. Image credit: Eyeworks UK.Doctor Brown - Winner

Pat Cahill

Daniel Simonsen

David Trent

Club Comic

Tony Law. Susan Calman

Tony Law - Winner

Phil Nichol

Paul Sinha

Best Compere

Susan Calman. Susan Calman - Winner

Jarred Christmas

Joe Lycett

Jonathan Mayor

Character Or Sketch Act

Image shows from L to R: Tom Parry, Ben Clark, Matthew Crosby. Image credit: Idil Sukan, Draw HQ.Austentatious

Doctor Brown

Brian Gittins

Marcel Lucont

Pappy's - Winner

Music And Variety Award

The Boy With Tape On His Face. Sam Wills. Boy With Tape On His Face - Winner

The Horne Section

Loretta Maine

The Rubberbandits

Best Show

Tony Law. Susan Calman: This Lady's Not For Turning

Jim Jefferies: Fully Functional

Tony Law: Maximum Nonsense - Winner

Pappy's: Last Show Ever

Best Tour

Stewart Lee: Carpet Remnant World. Stewart Lee. Boy With Tape On His Face: More Tape

Greg Davies: The Back Of My Mum's Head

Stewart Lee: Carpet Remnant World - Winner

Mark Thomas: Bravo Figaro

Best DVD

Fist Of Fun. Image shows from L to R: Richard Herring, Stewart Lee. Louis CK: Live At The Beacon

Fist Of Fun - Series 2 - Winner

Stewart Lee: Carpet Remnant World

Glenn Wool: No Land's Man

TV Award

The Thick Of It. Image shows from L to R: Glenn Cullen (James Smith), Terri Coverley (Joanna Scanlan), Nicola Murray (Rebecca Front), Malcolm Tucker (Peter Capaldi), Oliver Reeder (Chris Addison). Image credit: British Broadcasting Corporation.Alan Partridge: the Sky Atlantic specials

Fresh Meat

The Thick Of It - Winner

Peep Show

Radio Award

John Finnemore's Souvenir Programme. John Finnemore. Image credit: British Broadcasting Corporation.Irish Micks And Legends

The Horne Section

John Finnemore's Souvenir Programme - Winner

The News Quiz

Internet Award

Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast. Richard Herring. Pappy's Flatshare Slamdown

Peacock & Gamble's Edinburgh podcast

Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast - Winner

Stuart Goldsmith: The Comedians' Comedian Podcast

Award for Innovation

Louis CK. Alternative Comedy Memorial Society

Louis CK (for cutting out the middle man) - Winner

Weirdo's comedy club

Other Awards

Writing duo Galton & Simpson (Hancock's Half Hour, Steptoe & Son) were the recipients of the Lifetime Achievement Award; whilst Tommy Sheppard, the owner of The Stand comedy clubs, was given the Off-Stage Contribution Award.

In the venues section, The Comedy Store (London), The 99 Club (London), Komedia (Brighton), Glee (Birmingham), Komedia (Bath), XS Malarkey (Manchester) and The Pleasance (Scotland) were awarded.

 

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