Phill Jupitus.

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Galway 2018 Dispatches

Thursday 8th November 2018

Surfing devices, danger sarnies and yurt hurt: we round up the quirky bits from this year's Vodafone Comedy Carnival.


Press Clippings

Phill Jupitus now calls Scotland home

Considering how bad his first Scottish gig was, it's a surprise Phill Jupitus ever came back.

Murray Scougall, The Sunday Post, 6th May 2019

Phill Jupitus admits hit-and-run in Fife

Comedian Phill Jupitus has been fined over a hit-and-run car crash.

BBC, 12th March 2019

The former Pub Landlord returns, out of character, with another run of his good-natured and gently watchable quiz. The teams are seasoned quizzers intent on winning - Phill Jupitus and Kerry Godliman are the captains attempting to bring a touch of levity to proceedings.

Phil Harrison, The Guardian, 7th March 2019

Whose Line Is It Anyway? returns to Edinburgh Fringe

Classic improvisation show Whose Line Is It Anyway? is coming to the Edinburgh Fringe featuring Marcus Brigstocke and Phill Jupitus alongside original improv legends.

Bruce Dessau, Beyond The Joke, 6th March 2019

Jason Manford named UK's Hardest Working Comedian 2018

Jason Manford has come top of Ents24's Hardest Working Comedians 2018 list. Other stand-ups on the list include Tom Allen, Sarah Millican and Chris Ramsey.

British Comedy Guide, 5th December 2018

Phill Jupitus: why he's going to study fine art

Poet, stand-up, improviser, actor, artist, radio presenter and TV star Phill Jupitus is contemplating the role of comedians in the current political climate.

Aoife Kelly, The Independent (Ireland), 14th October 2018

Speaking with Phill Jupitus

Is there anything Phill Jupitus hasn't done?

Brian Donaldson, The Edinburgh Reporter, 26th September 2018

Best free comedy shows at the 2018 Fringe

Newcomers and established comedy favourites performing free or pay what you want shows this year.

Craig Angus, The List, 31st July 2018