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Stand-ups on their first gigs since lockdown

Bridget Christie was a bag of nerves, Suzi Ruffell played Covid for laughs and Stephen K Amos was so rusty he needed a clipboard ... top comics on the thrill of returning.

Chris Wiegand, The Guardian, 6th October 2020

Stand-up Under the Stars review

Bridget Christie pokes fun at Madonna, Suzi Ruffell talks smear tests and John Robins is heckled about Butlins. Our critic Brian Logan's first stand-up gig in months is a riot of joy and tension.

Brian Logan, The Guardian, 3rd September 2020

West End theatres to stay closed until May 31

Comedy shows affected include Ross Noble at the London Palladium; a run of Richard Gadd's one-man show Baby Reindeer at the Ambassadors, which was also planning a run of late-night comedy shows featuring the likes of Lloyd Griffith, Suzi Ruffell and Bridget Christie; and a performance of Adam Kay's NHS stories This Is Going To Hurt at the Garrick Theatre.

Chortle, 6th April 2020

Line up for Bristol Comedy Garden revealed

This year's Bristol Comedy Garden returns to Queen Square (June 3rd-7th) for a ninth edition of the South West's biggest comedy festival.

Bruce Dessau, Beyond The Joke, 12th March 2020

Streaming with laughter: 50 best stand-up comedy shows

From Bill Hicks to Hannah Gadsby, Dave Chappelle to Josie Long - here are 50 specials you can watch right now.

Paul Fleckney, Harriet Gibsone, Ellen E Jones, Brian Logan and Graeme Virtue, The Guardian, 22nd February 2020

Comedians on their famous lookalikes

Bridget Christie, Frank Skinner, Ben Miller, Rylan Clark-Neal and Jade Thirlwall channel the famous people they get mistaken for.

The Guardian, 13th January 2020

Daniel Kitson to host benefit gig

Daniel Kitson is to host a special fundraising gig in aid of Social Activism and Stop Food Poverty.

Bruce Dessau, Beyond The Joke, 2nd January 2020

The decade in comedy

Mental health, sexism and watching stand-up through screens.

Tristram Fane Saunders, The Telegraph, 15th December 2019