Dillie Keane
Dillie Keane

Dillie Keane

  • Actor and comedian

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Tributes as comedy producer David Johnson dies at 60

The words of comedy and theatre have today paid tribute to ebullient producer David Johnson, who died yesterday at the age of 60.

Chortle, 14th December 2020

Comedians indoors getting creative: part 11

To help you get your comedy fix, every week we'll be putting together a list of projects we've spotted online by funny women...

Funny Women, 30th May 2020

Glasgow Comedy Festival's biggest shows called off

All events at the King's Theatre, including Stewart Lee, Jerry Sadowitz, Janey Godley, John Shuttleworth, Fascinating Aida, Susie McCabe and Jim Smith, are to be postponed.

Chortle, 16th March 2020

Review: Fascinating Aida, Southbank Centre

Aside from the fact that the performance is well thought through, incredibly funny and the women are unapologetically pointing their fingers at the audience, it is also astonishing to see how much energy the performers bring onto the stage and how well they play off the audience, even at their combined age of 184.

Shirley Both, A Younger Theatre, 31st December 2019

Fascinating Aida review

Attitude, wit and attention to detail ensure an effortlessly entertaining show, even if some of the comedic content is away from the cutting show. It may be the easily consumed Christmas treat you need.

Steve Bennett, Chortle, 17th December 2019

Fascinating Aida, South Bank - review

This festive season is the perfect excuse to catch cabaret royalty at the Queen Elizabeth Hall.

Mike Carter, Everything Theatre, 14th December 2019

My comedy hero: Fascinating Aïda on their funny faves

Dillie, Adèle and Liza discuss Lucille Ball, Marti Caine and Woody Allen].

Brian Donaldson, The List, 22nd November 2019

Grumpy Old Women To The Rescue... review

Grumpy Old Women features tremendous talent that is sadly wasted on a stale script.

Dominic Corr, The Wee Review, 15th May 2018

Grumpy Old Women To The Rescue review

Everyone's bonding together in a 'mums' night out' spirit, free to say what they really think. If that sounds like your idea of a good night, the GOW will hit the spot like a chardonnay with pals. Their 'sod it' honesty is almost empowering, a manifestation of grey pride.

Steve Bennett, Chortle, 29th April 2018

Council elections - mixed fortunes for comedy

This week's council elections saw a number of figures from the comedy world standing for election with mixed results.

Bruce Dessau, Beyond The Joke, 6th May 2017

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