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Jack Rooke: interview

Known for his acclaimed shows exploring grief, Rooke returns to the Fringe with a more upbeat and comedic show about love and the queer community.

Claire Sawers, The List, 24th July 2019

Comedians' guide to Edinburgh

Sofie Hagen, Phil Wang, Nish Kumar and others reveal their favourite festival spots, from Portobello Beach to the middle of the Royal Mile.

The Guardian, 12th July 2019

I talk to Jack Rooke

"I'm selling it as a show about cock, but it's much more about friendship and relationships."

Elliot Gonzalez, I Talk Telly, 5th July 2019

Fringe 2019: The best comedy shows to see

If you've seen the Edinburgh Fringe line-up or held the hefty programme in your hand, it's easy to be overwhelmed, but fear not.

Zoe Paskett, Evening Standard, 24th June 2019

Jack Rooke interview

The stand-up and writer on the things that make him laugh the most.

Harriet Gibsone, The Guardian, 21st June 2019

Interview: Jack Rooke talks masculinity

Here, comedian Jack Rooke shares his own reflections with Attitude.

Attitude Magazine, 24th November 2017

Jack Rooke on mental health

Comedian and activist Jack Rooke's latest Edinburgh Fringe show is a tribute to his best friend and a clarion call for real action around mental health.

Jessie Thompson, Evening Standard, 3rd August 2017

I talk to: Jack Rooke

Following his debut in Edinburgh in 2015 and his BBC Three series Happy Man earlier this year, Jack Rooke is returning to the Fringe this year with his second show, Happy Hour.

Elliot Gonzalez, I Talk Telly, 26th July 2017

BWW Q&A- Jack Rooke

Jack Rooke interview.

Natalie O'Donoghue, Broadway World, 18th July 2017

Jack Rooke: How me and my nan made a tragi-comedy

I don't really consider Good Grief to be a 'dead dad' show - it's far more narcissistic than that.

Jack Rooke, Chortle, 13th June 2017

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