External Live Comedy Press Clippings

Review - Andrew Doyle: Friendly Fire

A leftie that the left think is alt right. Right?

Robert Peacock, The Wee Review, 22nd January 2019

The couple who mine their love-life for laughs

When you and your partner are both standups, jokes are a competitive business. But are there any limits? Sarah Keyworth and Catherine Bohart reveal all.

Paul Fleckney, The Guardian, 22nd January 2019

Barry Cryer to make stage return with Barry Humphries

Comedy legend Barry Cryer is set to return to the stage this spring. He will be one of the guests in London's first Silent Comedy Spectacular to be hosted by Barry Humphries at the London Palladium with a live orchestra.

Bruce Dessau, Beyond The Joke, 22nd January 2019

15 not-boring questions with... Adam Hess

Adam Hess has brought his stand-up comedy show Seahorse to London's Soho Theatre, ahead of further tour dates around the UK. We invited him to answer 15 questions that are actually interesting...

Charlie Burton, GQ, 21st January 2019

Review: Ahir Shah, Duffer

Ahir Shah's show Duffer wades through the messes we make, politically and personally, with an abundance of charm and easy-come (never easy-go) wit.

Louise Jones, The York Press, 21st January 2019

Sandi Toksvig Live! review

Charming, witty, curious and chirpy, Sandi Toksvig might be on many people's lists of ideal dinner party guests. And her live show pretty much offers the chance to simulate that experience without having to sort out the catering.

Steve Bennett, Chortle, 21st January 2019

Daniel Sloss, Leicester Square Theatre review

Toxic masculinity examined.

Veronica Lee, The Arts Desk, 21st January 2019

Jo Brand interview

Jo Brand on the benefits of not giving a toss.

Diana Wichtel, Noted, 20th January 2019

Becky Fury in Berlin with the man who had too much fun

It was not exactly clear why her stay was so short. And several readers of this blog have asked me (yes indeed they really have) why.

John Fleming, John Fleming's Blog, 20th January 2019

York to host "world's only vegan comedy night"

Now people in York are being treated to a vegan comedy night, due to be headlined by Sarah Bennetto on Sunday, January 27, at the all-vegan True Story Café.

The York Press, 20th January 2019

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