Ed Gamble.

Ed Gamble

BCG Features

Vegan comedians at the Fringe

Monday 20th August 2018

Do you prefer your comedians ethically sourced and meat-free? Here's a guide to some of the vegan stand-ups at this year's Edinburgh Fringe.

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Peacock & Gamble interview

Wednesday 14th August 2013

An interview with double act Peacock & Gamble. They talk about their Edinburgh shows and how audiences react to their unique style of comedy.

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Press Clippings

Taskmaster podcast reaches No. 2 in charts

Ahead of the BAFTA winning tv show making it's Channel 4 debut on Thursday 15th October at 9pm, it was announced today that the brand-new official Taskmaster Podcast has reached number two in the iTunes charts only two days following the trailer release and before any episodes have aired.

Bruce Dessau, Beyond The Joke, 14th October 2020

Ed Gamble to host official Taskmaster podcast

Taskmaster: The Podcast is being launched to coincide with Series 10 of the hit show. Ed Gamble will act as the host.

British Comedy Guide, 12th October 2020

Greenwich Comedy Festival, review

Dylan Moran's meandering surrealism not enough to make damp and distanced comedy feel alive.

Laurie Havelock, i Newspaper, 26th September 2020

New comedy venue launches in London

One of London's best loved comedy clubs Laugh Out London (Third best comedy club in London - Time Out) returns to a new socially distanced venue. Join them at Costa Del Tottenham as they host the best comics in the country for just £5 per person.

Bruce Dessau, Beyond The Joke, 15th September 2020

Comedians rally to support The Stand comedy clubs

Comedians and fans from all over the UK have shown their support for The Stand, one of the most established, respected comedy chains in the UK.

Bruce Dessau, Beyond The Joke, 22nd August 2020

Save Live Comedy at the Grand review

Magical and emotional night as live comedy returns.

Bruce Dessau, Evening Standard, 17th August 2020

Save Live Comedy review

It was brilliant to see entertainers in the flesh again.

Dominic Maxwell, The Times, 17th August 2020

Help Save Live Comedy review

For public health reasons, the country might not yet be ready for normality, but every glimpse that a return pre-pandemic life might be possible remains a fillip for the soul.

Steve Bennett, Chortle, 17th August 2020