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Josie Long interview

Monday 5th January 2015

2014 saw the usually politics-fuelled Josie Long take a more personal fork of the comedy freeway, with the show Cara Josephine. But into 2015 she's still ranting about rabid right-wingers - during interviews, at least.

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Press Clippings

Larmer Tree announcess comedy acts

The Larmer Tree Festival has announced some of its comedy line-up for this summer. Josie Long, Nish Kumar, Ivo Graham, Stuart Goldsmith, Catherine Bohart, Jess Fostekew and Colin Hoult will be some of the names appearing over the weekend of July 18 - 21.

Bruce Dessau, Beyond The Joke, 12th March 2019

Josie Long on Super November

Comedy star and Edinburgh Fringe favourite discusses her Glasgow-shot debut feature.

The List, 5th December 2018

XS Malarkey club turns 21

The Manchester comedy club that hosted early performances from Peter Kay, Alan Carr and Jason Manford turns 21 years old.

Emily Heward, Manchester Evening News, 22nd September 2018

Josie Long and Jonny Donahoe on having a baby

Just a month before their first child is due, the standup couple are doing a show together - seeking the audience's parenting tips.

Brian Logan, The Guardian, 15th April 2018

Comics to hold gala to support Louise Reay

A comedy gala will take place on Monday 21 May in support of comedian Louise Reay at the Lyric Theatre in London. Comedians confirmed to perform include Aisling Bea, Sara Pascoe, Nish Kumar, Josh Widdicombe, David O'Doherty, Josie Long, Rachel Parris, Ed Gamble and Lolly Adefope, with more names to be announced in due course.

Bruce Dessau, Beyond The Joke, 23rd March 2018

Super November review

It's like nothing you've ever seen before. Made on a microbudget of less than £4,000 and shot in two distinct periods, spring and winter, the film abruptly switches midway through from a light-hearted rom-com to a grim, police state thriller.

Jay Richardson, Chortle, 4th March 2018

Lefty Scum review

Unity was a constant and admirable aspiration this evening. Indeed, noticeably telling was that all the performers found common solidarity in the 'ambitious managed divergence' from never mentioning Brexit once.

John Kennedy, The Reviews Hub, 28th February 2018

Baby show from Josie Long & Jonny Donahoe

Comedians Jonny Donahoe and Josie Long are expecting their first child. Except that they weren't expecting to have a child now, and they are totally clueless. If you've not had children and have no idea what it will be like, come and find out with them as they put on a special show about having a baby and parenthood.

Bruce Dessau, Beyond The Joke, 17th February 2018