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Ed Byrne interview

Tuesday 8th October 2019

His new show's getting good reviews, but he's got a system for the bad ones. Meanwhile he's using the kids as a device, and his Tweets are full of mountaintop scenes. Has Ed Byrne worked out the unlikely secret to long-term stand-up success?

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Press Clippings

Ed Byrne, Berry Theatre, Hedge End review

Musing on middle-age angst.

Veronica Lee, The Arts Desk, 23rd September 2019

Ed Byrne talks ahead of Midlands and Shropshire dates

A household name teetering on the brink of TV treasure status, award-winning comedian Ed Byrne enjoys worldwide acclaim for his stand-up.

Andy Richardson, The Express and Star, 20th September 2019

Ed Byrne: 'I laughed so much I burst a blood vessel'

The standup, actor and writer on the things that make him laugh the most.

Harriet Gibsone, The Guardian, 13th September 2019

Tiff Stevenson talks to Ed Byrne: exclusive clip

We are delighted to have an exclusive teaser clip from comedian Tiff Stevenson's podcast Tiny Revolutions for the Funny Women community to hear first!

Kate Stone, Funny Women, 21st August 2019

No laughing matter: Edinburgh comics on Brexit

As new PM Boris Johnson pushes on with plans for the UK's exit, we ask some of Britain's best loved comedians what they have to say about Brexit.

Spirit FM, 17th August 2019

How Edinburgh's stand-ups spend their day off

For performers, the fringe is a delirium-inducing month of nonstop work. They get just one day off throughout August - so they have to use it wisely...

Rachael Healy, The Guardian, 12th August 2019

Nicholas Parsons misses another Just A Minute taping

Comic, 95, said to be suffering from a bad back

Chortle, 7th August 2019

Comedians on their pets

As the Edinburgh festival approaches, Ed Byrne, Susan Calman, Stevie Martin and others on why their pets are friends, companions and a source of inspiration.

Chris Wiegand, The Guardian, 23rd July 2019