External Live Comedy Press Clippings

Some Mothers Do 'Ave 'Em review

This is British quirky humour at its best, packed full of pathos, puns, pratfalls and some nice 'n' fruity postcard humour.

Sally Jack, British Theatre Guide, 18th July 2018

Rhod Gilbert announces 2019 tour

Rhod Gilbert is returning to stand-up after a six-year break. He will tour the UK in 2019 with new show The Book Of John.

British Comedy Guide, 18th July 2018

End of the Pier review

Ganatra has the audience in the palm of his hand - not so much, as Harrison's Michael suggests because he is "speaking his truth", but because Ganatra uses the full range of stand up skills to draw the audience in.

The Reviews Hub, 18th July 2018

End Of The Pier review

The End Of The Pier is sharp, witty writing for a London audience with Robins' sensibilities from the north shining through.

Entertainment Focus, 18th July 2018

The Play That Goes Wrong - Bristol Hippodrome review

This is a company and cast that know exactly what they're doing. Everything is tight and polished, which is a joy to watch. Top class comedy theatre, its 2 hours and 5 minutes of fun and an exhausting amount of laughter.

Bethan Highgate-Betts, The Reviews Hub, 17th July 2018

End of the Pier review

Familiar TV faces give outstanding performances in Danny Robins' thought-provoking new play.

Radio Times, 17th July 2018

End of the Pier review

The politics of comedy is examined through the prism of faltering father and son comedians played by Les Dennis and Blake Harrison.

Brian Logan, The Guardian, 17th July 2018

Review: David O'Doherty at Latitude 2018

Latitude, however, respected him enormously.

Steve Bennett, Chortle, 16th July 2018

Dylan Moran at Latitude review

It's not many a comedian who would note, with resignation: 'My own family say I'm too serious.'

Steve Bennett, Chortle, 16th July 2018

Review: Latitude 2018 - David O'Doherty

There are few things in life that beat seeing David O'Doherty revving up.

Bruce Dessau, Beyond The Joke, 16th July 2018

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