Jim Jefferies.

Jim Jefferies

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Jim Jefferies interview

Life Of Brian taught me more about religion than Sunday school.

Harriet Gibsone, The Guardian, 29th November 2019

Stand-ups on Weinstein, taboos - & the gags they regret

Is it ever OK for comedians to joke about sexual assault? Is there such a thing as 'too soon'? Margaret Cho, Doug Stanhope, David Cross and other fearless comics on the fine line between funny and offensive.

Ben Williams, The Guardian, 3rd November 2017

Best of live comedy 2016

From classy confessional comedy to superlative solo sketch work, the year was filled with a plethora of live treats.

Brian Donaldson, The List, 21st December 2016

The state's war on amateur comedians

Gazza isn't the only one having his collar felt for telling a crap joke.

Andrew Doyle, Spiked, 23rd September 2016

Altitude 2016 names announced

Names confirmed include Jim Jefferies, Sean Lock, Michael Mittermeier, Stephen K Amos, Daniel Sloss, Luisa Omielan, Abandoman, Sofie Hagen, Phil Nichol, Jamali Maddix, Alfie Brown, Kai Humphries, Andre Vincent, Forrest Shaw, Jenny Bede, Matt Reed, Amy Howerska and The International Impro Allstars.

Bruce Dessau, Beyond The Joke, 21st October 2015

Nick Cody: from Comedy Central to Afghanistan

Nick Cody has performed a lot. From Comedy Central to Afghanistan performing for the troops. He's also supported the likes of Bill Burr and Jim Jefferies around his native Australia. He tells Martin Walker about his debut Edinburgh Festival Fringe offering, Beard Game Strong.

Martin Walker, Broadway Baby, 3rd August 2015

Jim Jefferies, Dylan Moran head up RockNess comedy

The RockNess Festival, held at Dores, near Loch Ness has managed to snap up acerbic charmer Jim Jefferies and Irish funnyman Dylan Moran to headline its comedy festival, backed up by a raft of the UK's top comics.

The Scotsman, 31st May 2013

Jim Jefferies, Dylan Moran head up RockNess comedy

Heard the one about the Scottish music festival with the star-studded comedy lineup? The RockNess Festival, held at Dores, near Loch Ness has managed to snap up acerbic charmer Jim Jefferies and Irish funnyman Dylan Moran to headline its comedy festival, backed up by a raft of the UK's top comics.

The Scotsman, 30th May 2013