External Live Comedy Press Clippings

Ben Elton's back - but is comedy a young man's game?

Is stand-up mainly for younger performers?

Dominic Cavendish, The Telegraph, 9th December 2018

Mark Tughan on bringing Glee to Glasgow

The club will run nights with a selection of comedians in a purpose-built venue on Renfrew Street, which will seat 400.

Glasgow Evening Times, 8th December 2018

Kevin Bridges interview

"I have a socialist outlook yet I believe people should earn and try to be prosperous. Aye, I'll get criticism for being a millionaire but I'm happy to pay 46 per cent tax in Scotland."

Brian Beacom, The Herald, 8th December 2018

David O'Doherty review

Comedian and self-described 'failed jazz musician' David O'Doherty brought joy and hilarity to Birmingham Town Hall last night.

The Express and Star, 8th December 2018

Review: Burke And Hare at Jermyn Street Theatre

Step from twinkling Regent Street into the mist-shrouded streets of 1928 Edinburgh; Bodysnatching duo Burke and Hare is an interesting premise for a black comedy, and is skilfully carried out at Jermyn Street Theatre.

Belinda Liversedge, Londonist, 7th December 2018

Jessie Cave: Sunrise interview

Funny Women editor Kate Stone caught up with Jessie to talk about her show, face pillows and oversharing...

Kate Stone, Funny Women, 7th December 2018

Bill Bailey: Larks In Transit in the West End review

Bill Bailey must surely warrant national treasure status by now.

Steve Bennett, Chortle, 7th December 2018

Ben Elton announces 2019 tour

Ben Elton has announced a new stand-up tour, his first in 15 years. Ben Elton Live 2019 will tour the UK between September and November 2019.

British Comedy Guide, 7th December 2018

Bill Bailey: Larks in Transit at Wyndham's Theatre

A brilliantly funny show from one of Britain's best-loved stand-ups, Larks in Transit will leave you gasping for breath.

Marissa Khaos, The Upcoming, 6th December 2018

Festival of The Spoken Nerd: review

Geeky comedy provides statistically significant laughter.

Elaine Downs, The Wee Review, 6th December 2018

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