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Line up for Bristol Comedy Garden revealed

This year's Bristol Comedy Garden returns to Queen Square (June 3rd-7th) for a ninth edition of the South West's biggest comedy festival.

Bruce Dessau, Beyond The Joke, 12th March 2020

Details of Alternative Election Night line-up revealed

Joining the political bigwigs will be a host comedians including: Jimmy Carr, Nish Kumar, Henning Wehn, Geoff Norcot, Sophie Willan and Tez Ilyas.

Channel 4, 11th December 2019

How the Germans sold English comedy back to the English

The success of stand-up Henning Wehn, the self-styled "German Comedy Ambassador in London", who is now a UK TV panel show regular, has already softened up the UK for a Teutonic comedy invasion.

Adam Sherwin, i Newspaper, 4th November 2019

Edinburgh Fringe review

90%

The Fountain, August 2019

Edinburgh Fringe review

The Wee Review, August 2019

Review: Henning Wehn, York

Brexit is hardly a barrel of laughs - unless you are in the company of Henning Wehn, the self-proclaimed German comedy ambassador.

Maxine Gordon, The York Press, 29th July 2019

Review: Henning Wehn at Oxford Playhouse

'German Comedy Ambassador says DO mention the war'

Tim Hughes, Oxford Mail, 7th May 2019

One Brexit positive? It may make HIGNFY watchable again

The panel show hasn't been funny since at least 2012. But the sheer stupidity and self-destructiveness of our politics may just help it rediscover its bite.

Stuart Heritage, The Guardian, 5th April 2019