External Live Comedy Press Clippings

Romesh Ranganathan announces 2019 tour

Romesh Ranganathan is to tour the UK in 2019 with new stand-up show The Cynic's Mixtape. Tickets are on sale now.

British Comedy Guide, 26th September 2018

Murder She Didn't Write review

A cast fully able to think on their feet, providing some genuinely brilliant one liners, a little innuendo and plenty of clever ad libs.

Rob Warren, Everything Theatre, 26th September 2018

Rachel Parris: It's Fun to Pretend - review

It seems there is no stopping Rachel Parris.

Matt Forrest, The Reviews Hub, 25th September 2018

Interview: Ivo Graham at Soho Theatre

Ivo Graham is bringing his new show Motion Sickness to the Soho Theatre from the 1st to 13th of October. In anticipation for this fortnight of fun, MoodyComedy has been picking Ivo's brains about the emotional core of this new show, and the difficulties he has experienced whilst performing it.

Becca Moody, Moody Comedy, 25th September 2018

First images of Nigel Planer & Adrian Edmondson's play

Production images have been released for the world premiere of Vulcan 7, a new comedy written by and co-starring Adrian Edmondson and Nigel Planer.

Bruce Dessau, Beyond The Joke, 24th September 2018

Marcus Brigstocke review

Some people on his tour won't be sure about his new act, but the majority at Theatre Severn were.

Jonny Drury, The Shropshire Star, 24th September 2018

David McIver Is A Nice Little Man review

Toxic masculinity is at the heart of David McIver's show. This we know as he or his characters expressly say so a number of times, even though the audience surely don't require the message to be so unsubtly spelt out.

Steve Bennett, Chortle, 24th September 2018

Interview: Stephen K Amos

Star of stand up, BBC Radio, BBC television, podcasts, and general darling - Stephen K Amos speaks exclusively with Victoria Nangle about working with Jonathan Harvey, happy surprises, confidence in mankind, and turning invisible!

Victoria Nangle, The Latest, 24th September 2018

Austentatious review

Knocking the staid reputation Austen never really deserved out of the Mansfield Park with decorum and delight.

Victoria Nangle, The Latest, 24th September 2018

Becky Fury celebrates the joys of an anarchist festival

I have just got off the plane after being at a festival in Holland. I was performing my show Political at the Dutch anarchist utopia ADM.

Becky Fury, John Fleming's Blog, 24th September 2018

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