Monday 23rd September 2019
Late in the Edinburgh Fringe we hunkered down with John-Luke Roberts to talk about his splendidly-crafted but stupidly-named new show - now on tour - plus TV writing, tricky audience sizes, Izzard, Python, his early stuff, his awkward stuff, and that surprising award snub last year.
Thursday 11th July 2019
John Luke-Roberts on his 'irritating' show titles, why he cut an MOT section from his show, and adapting unadaptable things.
Friday 3rd August 2018
British Comedy Guide's favourite show titles at the 2018 Edinburgh Festival.
If you're feeling in need of a bit of light relief, enjoy these one-liners from top stand-ups and rising stars of the comedy scene.The Telegraph, 30th March 2020
When I was three, I desperately wanted a clown costume for Christmas, and my mum made me one.John-Luke Roberts, Glasgow Evening Times, 24th February 2020
The master of nonsense rails against comedy blandness.Brian Logan, The Guardian, 11th February 2020
The comedian, actor and writer on the things that make him laugh the most.Harriet Gibsone, The Guardian, 3rd January 2020
Another year has past and once again it's been a pretty amazing one for comedy across the board, and it's been hard to whittle each category down to a top 10. But here are our suggestions for the best tv, film and live comedy of the year, along with a couple of other lists as well.Alex Finch, Comedy To Watch, 31st December 2019
Sixteen odd years ago David Reed and Thom Tuck of the sketch group The Penny Dreadfuls wrote this pantomime version of Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship Of The Ring and now it's finally seen the light of day as the annual Alternative Comedy Memorial Society's panto.Alex Finch, Comedy To Watch, 17th December 2019