Kat Butterfield

  • Actor, writer, producer, comedian and director

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Ken Cheng and Please Use Other Door win BBC Audio Awards

This year's comedy winners at the BBC Audio Drama Awards are Ken Cheng: Chinese Comedian and sketch show Please Use Other Door.

British Comedy Guide, 20th March 2023

BBC Audio Awards 2023 nominees

The shortlist for the BBC Audio Drama Awards 2023 has been revealed. DMs Are Open, Gemma Arrowsmith's Sketched Out, Please Use Other Door, SeanceCast, The Skewer and Thanks A Lot, Milton Jones! are amongst the nominees.

British Comedy Guide, 22nd December 2022

Flatmates to return to BBC iPlayer for Series 2

BBC teen comedy Flatmates is returning for a second series. Eight new episodes of the Manchester-based coming-of-age comedy drama will land on iPlayer in April.

British Comedy Guide, 12th March 2021

BBC Three commissions PRU, Zen School Of Motoring & shorts

The BBC has announced a number of comedy commissions for BBC Three, including a series from new comic talent Ogmios, and a full series of PRU, which launches a pilot on iPlayer next week.

British Comedy Guide, 23rd February 2021

Lost Voice Guy's Ability to return to Radio 4

Lost Voice Guy's semi-autobiographical sitcom Ability is returning to Radio 4 for a third series.

British Comedy Guide, 19th January 2021

Kat Butterfield interview

"Comedy and horror are the same in that they both provoke visceral responses - and those responses usually come from a release of tension."

The Comedy Loser, 25th October 2020

Live review: Sketch Off final 2020

It wasn't a great surprise that the Leicester Square Theatre was not quite full for this year's Sketch Off Final. What was more of a surprise was that the line-up for the final was not full of sketch acts.

Bruce Dessau, Beyond The Joke, 17th March 2020

Sketch Off! Final 2020 review

For a sketch comedy competition, there weren't a lot of sketch groups. Instead, the Leicester Square Theatre's Sketch Off! final last night was dominated by solo character acts - either wise to the fact that they won't have to share the usually meagre financial rewards of the genre by going it alone - or taking no chances by not performing within two metres of anyone else.

Steve Bennett, Chortle, 16th March 2020

Northern Power Blouse: Up Your Promenade review

Overall, though, that's not a charge you could levy at these three, with their quirky outlook, ear for a good gag and charmingly foolish performances.

Steve Bennett, Chortle, 23rd May 2018

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