Thursday 2nd May 2019
Brighton's Komedia venue - which has hosted many a comedy show over the years - is celebrating its 25th birthday. Here's some vintage brochure entries featuring comedians.
Monday 22nd October 2018
Sunday 16th October 2016
Alan Carr is one of the key people involved in Channel 4's Stand Up To Cancer charity drive. He'll be co-hosting the main TV show on Friday and before that takes on a bunch of clever kids in a TV special. He explains more in this interview.
And you can hear more from the comic on his BBC Radio 2 show Alan & Mel, which starts on Saturday.Gemma Calvert, The Sun, 24th May 2020
Two married comedians do scripted reality. Sounds like a treat. Who better to send up the sort of bilge they broadcast on ITV Be than two nimble wits?Lottie Young, Evening Standard, 27th February 2020
Jimmy Carr returns as the sarky quizmaster in this bumper edition of his anarchic celeb gameshow. Guests Claudia Winkleman, Nish Kumar, Joe Lycett, Alan Carr, Stacey Solomon and Jonathan Ross are all put through their paces in an eccentric celebration of the past 10 years.Ammar Kalia, The Guardian, 2nd January 2020
As RuPaul's Drag Race comes to the UK, two of its judges discuss homophobia, the celebrity they first fancied - and why today's comedy audiences want more kindness.Chris Godfrey, The Guardian, 29th September 2019
Winnowed from more than 14 series of standup stalwart Live at the Apollo, this is the first of two half-hours celebrating LGBT comedy at the BBC. An unmissable showcase of the funniest bits from stars who have appeared on the show, it features sets from Desiree Burch, Alan Carr, Eddie Izzard and Zoe Lyons.Mike Bradley, The Guardian, 25th June 2019