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Glenn Wool

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Glenn Wool interview

Thursday 29th October 2020

The one-time world-wanderer has been holed up in Cromwellian digs during 2020 weird-times. At least he isn't offending any swan-sensitive spectators there - although his new special might well ruffle some feathers.

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Press Clippings

Krater Comedy Club review

A boisterous evening featuring comedians Dave Fulton, Tiff Stevenson and Glenn Wool.

Thomas H Green, The Arts Desk, 4th May 2019

Glenn Wool review

Glenn Wool rifles through his back catalogue of 25 years like an ageing metalhead fondly poring over his old records. The odd gag's a bit rusty (see: hitting 'reply all' on emails), but on the whole it's a side-splitting mix of relationship postmortems and 'did he just say that?'.

Will Noble, Londonist, 28th March 2019

Glenn Wool: Wool's Gold II (The Iron Pirate) review

A greatest hits package that evokes shock and awe.

Jay Richardson, The List, 18th February 2019

Glenn Wool blog

A life unexamined is destined to be repeated, or something like that.

Glenn Wool, Big Issue North, 28th November 2018

Fringe 2018: the best comedy shows, as chosen by comics

The comedians choose.

Alice Jones, i Newspaper, 3rd August 2018

Edinburgh Fringe review

Young Perspective, August 2018

Fest's vomedy picks

Comedy critic Paul Fleckney picks out the best of the best of the best of the Fringe comedy programme.

Paul Fleckney, Fest Mag, 18th July 2018

Fringe 2018: comedy shows to book now

Natalie Palamides, Dylan Moran and Arthur Smith are among the acts to catch at this year's Fringe.

Paul Fleckney, The Spectator, 5th July 2018