Katia Kvinge
Katia Kvinge

Katia Kvinge

  • Actor, writer and impressionist

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Review: Phil Ellis Is Trying - Series 3

Phil Ellis is unlikely to ever become embroiled in a debate about the politics of comedians on the BBC. Instead, his returning Radio 4 series Phil Ellis Is Trying offers an almost timelessly absurd type of humour that can only work on radio, unconstrained by reality.

Steve Bennett, Chortle, 9th September 2020

Art exhibition showcasing work by comedians opens

Art Is The Best Medicine, an exhibition showcasing the artwork of comedians, has opened in London. It runs until 20th December.

British Comedy Guide, 13th December 2019

Review: Phil Ellis is Trying

The general fashion is for comedies to be about some underlying theme, or offering some insightful personal perspective. But if you know Phil Ellis from his stand-up, you won't be surprised that his first Radio 4 sitcom is an unabashedly old-fashioned gag delivery service.

Steve Bennett, Chortle, 5th June 2018

Katia Kvinge: Edinburgh Fringe 2016 interview

Katia Kvinge risked death at last year's Edinburgh Festival performing in the sickness trap that is The Caves. She recovered though, and has spent the past wee while in the U.S. honing her character/improv skills and making videos about mountains. Lovely stuff.

Laugh Out London, 4th August 2016

The venue that doesn't know where its own entrance is

Yesterday, still zonked from my trip up to Edinburgh and not enlivened by six Red Bull drinks, I met Julie-Ann Laidlaw of Blond Ambition, who wanted me to plug her Vive La Variété show for the Cabaret vs Cancer charity this coming Sunday.

John Fleming, John Fleming's Blog, 3rd August 2016

Katia Kvinge Q&A - Edinburgh Fringe 2016

Interview with Katia Kvinge.

Short Com, 30th July 2016

20 sketch & Fringe character comedy recommendations

One of the great joys of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe is the chance to see an assortment of mad weirdos push comedy to new levels with inventive new characters and brilliant new sketch narratives that offer something different to the great stand-up also on offer. But who to see that is an example of the previous paragraph? Well, you're in luck because here are our picks of the best sketch and character comedy at the Edinburgh Fringe 2016.

Laugh Out London, 11th July 2016

Fringe preview: Gilded Balloon

After an incredible 30th year, the Gilded Balloon move into their 31st year with a new era in programming and new territories at the National Museum and at the Counting House.

Kerry Teakle, TV Bomb, 22nd June 2016

Fringe Q&As: Katia Kvinge

Katia Kvinge discusses Twitter, nature documentaries and sellotaping audience members together.

The Herald, 13th August 2015

Katia Kvinge: Edinburgh Fringe 2015 interview

Katia Kvinge is one of the loveliest, funniest and energetic character comics going. In this year's Edinburgh Fringe show she attempts to bring 140 characters to life in one hour. Can it be done?

Laugh Out London, 9th August 2015

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