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The comedians who are putting their faith in jokes

While great stand-ups are often revered as latter-day preachers and holy fools speaking truth to authority, comedians have generally displayed a recalcitrant attitude towards religion. Nevertheless, comedy is a broader church than its reputation for militant atheism suggests.

Jay Richardson, i Newspaper, 2nd January 2018

Confusing times for Xmas but not for Paul Kerensa

He has just written Hark! The Biography of Christmas.

John Fleming, John Fleming's Blog, 17th October 2017

Paul Kerensa answers 10 Edinburgh Fringe Questions

After five years away, Paul Kerensa is back at the festival... this time to talk about hoverboards and flying cars.

British Comedy Guide, 4th August 2015

Review: Paul Kerensa Edinburgh preview

The show itself is ambitious as Kerensa experiments with technology to create a homemade time machine.

Becca Moody, Moody Comedy, 22nd June 2015

Paul Kerensa: Back To The Futon Part II, preview

The show was imperfect, but it was a preview after all and the flaws in the production helped maintain the friendly atmosphere that James Acaster had established an hour earlier. I have no doubt that the finished product will delight Back To The Future fans and general comedy enthusiasts in equal measures.

Becca Moody, Moody Comedy, 22nd June 2014

Paul Kerensa: Does God have a sense of humour?

Paul Kerensa has been on the comedy circuit for some time, and has written extensively for sitcoms such as Miranda and Not Going Out. He's also a Christian, and shared with Christian Today about how his faith impacts his work.

Carey Lodge, Christian Today, 28th March 2014

British Comedy Award predictions

Top comedy writer Paul Kerensa (Miranda and Not Going Out) gives his predictions...

BBC Comedy, 21st January 2011

Fringe baby

This year, my comedy widow of a wife is due to give birth to our firstborn soon after the festival ends. So there's a dilemma. To Fringe or not to Fringe, that is the question.

Paul Kerensa, Chortle, 9th August 2010