Ian Stone.

Ian Stone

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Ian Stone interview

Ian Stone's new book is about his love of Arsenal, and the band Jam- and his schooldays at JFS.

Nathan Abrams, The Jewish Chronicle, 26th October 2020

Ian Cognito film being made

Ian Cognito, the hellraising stand-up comedian who died in 2019, is to be the subject of a new film.

British Comedy Guide, 2nd October 2020

Book review: To Be Someone by Ian Stone

You don't have to be a Jam fan to appreciate Ian Stone's reminiscences about his formative experiences following the band, but you possibly have to be of a similar age. And quite probably a bloke, where love of a group or a football team can help forge an identity and a friendship group for many a socially awkward teenager.

Steve Bennett, Chortle, 18th August 2020

Leicester Comedy Festival Gala Preview Show review

A mixed bag in mixed bill. Ian Stone ends evening on a high note.

Veronica Lee, The Arts Desk, 13th January 2020

Ian Stone writes his Jam-based memoirs

Ian Stone is writing a book about his lifelong obsession with band The Jam.

Chortle, 12th November 2019

New comedy club launches In Soho

Red Imp Comedy Club has teamed up with Soho private members club The Union for a new West End monthly comedy club. Comedians Mary Bourke, Ian Stone and Susan Murray will launch the opening night of the Union Sessions: Red Imp Comedy Club on Thursday 23rd May 2019.

Bruce Dessau, Beyond The Joke, 2nd May 2019

John Cleese recreates Class Sketch for Hacked Off

In this reworking below, written and directed by filmmaker and former journalist Richard Peppiatt, the three performers (Cleese, Ian Stone and John Alford) play a wealthy man, a newspaper editor and an average joe.

Bruce Dessau, Beyond The Joke, 3rd November 2017