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Jack Rooke

BCG Features

Accommodation woes

Wednesday 14th August 2019

We asked a range of comedians about their accommodation at this year's Fringe, and for disaster stories from previous years.

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Edinburgh rules

Monday 12th August 2019

Many performers set themselves Edinburgh rules, like not drinking for the month. We asked this year's Fringers what theirs are.

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Latitude 2018 Report

Thursday 19th July 2018

Latitude is the ultimate outdoor arts festival (with lots of decent music too) - this year with added dust and band-dissing. Big names wandering about onstage and off, new comic discoveries, Dr Buckles DJing, pink sheep and green ants - it was quite a weekend.

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Press Clippings

Mother F**king Pep Talk coming to Comedy Central

Comedy Central will publish an online series called Mother F**king Pep Talk, in which comedians deliver motivational speeches straight down the camera.

British Comedy Guide, 12th January 2021

Big Boys - a sitcom by Jack Rooke - to be filmed for Channel 4

Channel 4 has ordered Big Boys, a semi-autobiographical sitcom by comedian Jack Rooke about an unlikely friendship between two young men who meet at university.

British Comedy Guide, 26th November 2020

Jack Rooke: 'We should teach mental health'

Comedian Jack Rooke's jaunty new memoir is actually a handbook for grief, he tells Samuel Fishwick.

Samuel Fishwick, Evening Standard, 2nd September 2020

Jack Rooke: There's nothing funny about grief

There's nothing funny about grief - but, says comedian Jack Rooke, openness, honesty and happy memories will help you smile again.

Daily Mail, 26th July 2020

Accommodation woes

We asked a range of comedians about their accommodation at this year's Fringe, and for disaster stories from previous years.

British Comedy Guide, 14th August 2019

Edinburgh rules

Many performers set themselves Edinburgh rules, like not drinking for the month. We asked this year's Fringers what theirs are.

British Comedy Guide, 12th August 2019

Fringe 2019: The best comedy shows to see at this year

Would you look at that? It's August and that means one big thing: Edinburgh Fringe.

Zoe Paskett, Evening Standard, 1st August 2019

Edinburgh Fringe review

Chortle, August 2019