Nina Conti.

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Nina Conti is writing a memoir with her puppet Monkey

Nina Conti is writing a memoir... with her puppet Monkey. The ventriloquist has disclosed on Adam Buxton's podcast that she's writing the autobiography "in two voices".

British Comedy Guide, 2nd November 2020

Stunning portraits of stellar stand-ups

From Ken Dodd and his tickling stick to Nina Conti and her monkey, Guardian photographer Tristram Kenton has snapped a host of superb comedians on stage.

Tristram Kenton, The Guardian, 9th September 2020

Comedians indoors getting creative: part 9

To help you get your comedy fix, every week we'll be putting together a list of projects we've spotted online by funny women...

Funny Women, 15th May 2020

Line up for Bristol Comedy Garden revealed

This year's Bristol Comedy Garden returns to Queen Square (June 3rd-7th) for a ninth edition of the South West's biggest comedy festival.

Bruce Dessau, Beyond The Joke, 12th March 2020

Nina Conti: working with puppets makes her feel safe

Ventriloquist comedian Nina Conti usually lets a primate puppet do all the talking. But ahead of her upcoming Australian tour, she chats to Joe Dolan about finding her own voice through the cheeky chimp.

Joe Dolan, The Music, 22nd October 2019

30 of the best rated comedy acts returning to Fringe

These 30 comedy acts received four- and five-star reviews from The Scotsman critics in 2018 and they're returning to the Fringe in 2019.

The Scotsman, 17th July 2019

Preview: Underbelly's Big Brain Tumour Benefit 2019

Underbelly has announced the line up for its third annual Big Brain Tumour Benefit in its biggest venue at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, McEwan Hall.

Phyllis Stephen, The Edinburgh Reporter, 29th June 2019

All the best Edinburgh Fringe previews in London

Don't get me wrong, I love Edinburgh, with it's Hogwartsy cobbles and granite grandeur, seeped in history and united by culture, heritage and a too-often-racist hatred of the English. But when it comes to the Edinburgh Festival, the major advantage of Edinburgh, that it's nowhere near London, becomes its major drawback for all of us keen to see some of the country's best comedy.

Phil Clarke, The Handbook, 13th June 2019