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Interviews: Chloe Petts, Donald Alexander & Tom Mayhew

With Glasgow Comedy Festival kicking off this month, we speak to Chloe Petts, Donald Alexander and Tom Mayhew to explore what constitutes alternative today.

Jay Richardson, The List, 12th March 2020

Leicester Comedy Festival 2020 Awards nominees

Alex Hylton, Paul Currie, Scott Bennett, Olga Koch, Nathan Cassidy and Troy Hawke are amongst the nominees for the Leicester Comedy Festival's 2020 awards.

British Comedy Guide, 28th February 2020

The LOL Word is transforming comedy

This queer collective proves there's a place for comedy that isn't straight or male with a heart-rendingly hilarious Edinburgh show.

Ella Braidwood, The Guardian, 8th August 2019

50 unmissable shows at the 2019 Fringe

We've picked out 50 - yes, fifty - of the offbeat, less mainstream offerings from this years jumbo Edinburgh Fringe line-up. Also, look out for our reviews article once the festival kicks off!

Rupert & Stuart, To Do List, 31st July 2019

Brighton Fringe recommendations

Brighton Fringe is almost upon us, if you fancy some comedy by the sea then this is the festival for you. If you like your comedy to be female-focused then we'd like to point you in the direction of these Brighton Fringe shows...

Funny Women, 2nd May 2019

Young comics reassess Bill Hicks

He was the Kurt Cobain of comedy, railing against advertising, politicians, the war on drugs, even waffle waitresses. What do the new generation make of the chain-smoking motormouth?

Brian Logan, The Guardian, 25th February 2019

10 female comedians pick the funniest women on TV

This year's Funny Women Awards are being held next week, celebrating the fastest-rising female voices in the worlds of stand-up and comedy. To mark the forthcoming occasion, and International Women's Day 2018, we asked some of this year's nominees which funny women on our screens they most admire, and look up to.

i Newspaper, 8th March 2018

Funny Women Awards 2017 final line-up revealed

Maisie Adam, Ashlee Bentley, Amy Mason, Jodie Mitchell, Thanyia Moore, Chloe Petts, Lily Philips, Susan Riddell, Megan Shandley and Louise Young will compete in the Funny Women Awards 2017 final (in March 2018).

British Comedy Guide, 5th March 2018