Monday 5th November 2018
Halloween in Galway means festive gags as well as ghouls. British Comedy Guide reports back from a trip to the Vodafone Comedy Carnival 2018.
Lockdown-schmockdown, the show must go on!Dora Bodrogi, The Play's The Thing UK, 23rd March 2020
Nothing beats a live gig, but if this is to be the new normal of stand-up comedy for a while... well, it's not too bad.Steve Bennett, Chortle, 22nd March 2020
Over 28 series, the panel show's anarchic spirit gave way to punching down and diminishing returns.Danny Wright, The Guardian, 24th February 2020
We asked a range of comedians about their accommodation at this year's Fringe, and for disaster stories from previous years.British Comedy Guide, 14th August 2019
Comedian Phill Jupitus headlines the comedy stage at the Stendhal Festival this Saturday. He tells David Roy about mixing comedy and verse with his recently revived performing alter-ego Porky The Poet.David Roy, The Irish News, 14th August 2019
Many performers set themselves Edinburgh rules, like not drinking for the month. We asked this year's Fringers what theirs are.British Comedy Guide, 12th August 2019