Brian Logan

Review - Keep by Daniel Kitson

The storyteller sets out to list all 20,000 of his possessions in a show that misfires despite some delightful apercus.

Brian Logan, The Guardian, 10th January 2019

Sindhu Vee: Sandhog review

The standup'' debut show insightfully dissects the travails of long-term commitment and the tsunami of having children.

Brian Logan, The Guardian, 9th January 2019

Top 10 comedy shows of 2018

We had volcanic eruptions from Nish Kumar, open-heart anguish from Jessie Cave and cold lasagne from James Acaster. But no one could beat the wild blazing brilliance of Flight of the Conchords

Brian Logan, The Guardian, 18th December 2018

Retiring from standup? Connolly practically invented it

The Big Yin mastered the art of funny - there was barely such a thing as standup comedy in the UK when he graduated from Glasgow's shipyard to the stage.

Brian Logan, The Guardian, 3rd December 2018

What happens when a man performs a woman's drag show?

Natalie Palamides' bravura piece about machismo, Nate, is now being performed by its male director, Dr Brown.

Brian Logan, The Guardian, 27th November 2018

Review: Russell Brand: My Life by William Shakespeare

Narrating his life via sonnets and speeches, the motormouth comic delivers a show that is both egotistical and endearing.

Brian Logan, The Guardian, 21st November 2018

David O'Doherty review

Delightfully daft tonic in troubled times.

Brian Logan, The Guardian, 20th November 2018

Marcus Brigstocke review

The comedian performs in the guise of Lucifer on his latest tour, but the material is standard snark.

Brian Logan, The Guardian, 18th November 2018