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Objectively Funny Festival 2019 preview

Friday 13th September 2019

London's Objectively Funny Festival is now firmly established as the first major stop-off for comedians after the Edinburgh Fringe. Here's a look at some of the comedians performing at the festival this year.

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Press Clippings

Chortle's Fast Fringe is back!

Richard Herring, Nick Helm, Kevin Eldon and Lucy Porter are among the comedians featured in the video version of our acclaimed annual showcase, released today.

Chortle, 20th July 2020

Review - Nick Helm: All Killer Some Filler

Hundreds of people in a sweaty, beery venue chanting as one after a night of shared jokes and songs to fire your spirits from a high-octane performer. This special certainly makes you wish you were there at the time... and pine for the time we can do it again.

Steve Bennett, Chortle, 4th June 2020

Interview: Nick Helm

Nick Helm explains why he's thrilled his tour All Killer, Some Filler has been delayed.

Josh Stephenson, Metro, 2nd June 2020

Uncle: subversive comedy makes life a little less bleak

It may seem like a regular odd-couple premise, but this undersung BBC series is fresh and inventive. And that's before you get to the musical numbers.

Clem Bastow, The Guardian, 24th March 2020

Nick Helm makes his feature film debut

Nick Helm is to star in his first feature film, alongside Arrested Development's Alia Shawkat. Love Spreads focuses on a fictional indie girl band, Glass Heart, and their struggle to record a second album amid the arrival of a new rhythm guitarist and offstage tensions in the band.

Chortle, 4th March 2020

Nick Helm interview

Always a man who likes an incendiary show title, Phoenix From The Flames represents Nick Helm's return to something like his old self.

The Express and Star, 16th January 2020

Best of 2019: comedy

It was a year in which we welcomed some big, big names back on stage, including Ben Elton, Clive Anderson and Jack Dee.

Veronica Lee, The Arts Desk, 28th December 2019

Interview: Nick Helm

Always a man who likes an incendiary show title, Phoenix From The Flames represents Nick Helm's return to something like his old self.

Brian Donaldson, Beyond The Joke, 24th December 2019