Olga Koch.

BCG Features

Glasgow Comedy Festival 2020 report

Monday 16th March 2020

The Glasgow International Comedy Festival launched last week, and runs until 29th March. British Comedy Guide visited the city for the inaugural weekend.

Read

Olga Koch interview

Saturday 23rd February 2019

We talk to Russian comedian Olga Koch about her Russian-American-British cultural mix; how to develop an Edinburgh Award-nominated comedy show; computer science; tattoos; Mikhail Gorbachev; and her ambitious new hour, Button.

Read

Press Clippings

How Olga Koch is transforming the UK comedy scene

Olga Koch is a chameleon, but not in the traditional sense.

Genevieve Wheeler, Popsugar, 2nd March 2020

Leicester Comedy Festival 2020 Awards nominees

Alex Hylton, Paul Currie, Scott Bennett, Olga Koch, Nathan Cassidy and Troy Hawke are amongst the nominees for the Leicester Comedy Festival's 2020 awards.

British Comedy Guide, 28th February 2020

More names announced for Larmer Tree festival

Larmer Tree Festival has unveiled details of its comedy line-up for 2020. This year's comedy headliners will be Mark Steel and Suzi Ruffell.

Bruce Dessau, Beyond The Joke, 25th February 2020

More names announced for Wells Comedy Festival

The Wells Comedy Festival in Somerset - now in its sixth year - returns this May and another 13 shows are now on sale, bringing the total up to 58.

Bruce Dessau, Beyond The Joke, 22nd February 2020

Olga Koch: the science of stand-up & her love of TikTok

Explaining her approach to comedy, Olga Koch paints a picture of herself sitting in a laboratory, trying to find the optimum way to make sure a joke lands with the audience.

Ross Crae, The Sunday Post, 21st February 2020

Olga Koch: If/Then review

While the show comes more from Koch's insight and logic than it does from her soul, there is nonetheless plenty of food for thought given a droll, amusing commentary.

Steve Bennett, Chortle, 17th February 2020

Comedians choose 2019's funniest moment

We've already picked the comedians who made us laugh this year. Now it's the turn of funny folk we liked in 2019 as they choose the things that made them giggle the most during the last 12 months.

Brian Donaldson, The List, 19th December 2019