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Richard Gadd interview

Wednesday 4th January 2017

Richard Gadd's Edinburgh Comedy Award-winning show Monkey See Monkey Do is at the Soho Theatre from Jan 9th. We talk festival nightmares, Trump fallout and that treadmill.

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Richard Gadd interview

Thursday 27th November 2014

A discussion with 'troubled comedian' Richard Gadd about topics such as mining one's life for material, and what the label 'anti-comedian' does or does not mean.

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Press Clippings

Richard Gadd on his stalker

The soul-baring comedian has turned his experience of being stalked into a gripping piece of theatre, Baby Reindeer. 'It would be unfair to say she was awful and I'm a victim'.

Brian Logan, The Guardian, 10th September 2019

Richard Gadd's Baby Reindeer transfers to Bush Theatre

Fresh from a sell-out critically acclaimed world premiere at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe where the production was awarded a Fringe First, Baby Reindeer is an unmissable debut play and chilling personal narrative exploring obsession, delusion, and the aftermath of a chance encounter.

Theatre Weekly, 23rd August 2019

Final Edinburgh Fringe First Award winners revealed

Five final winners have been revealed by The Scotsman.

Alex Wood, What's On Stage, 23rd August 2019

Richard Gadd among The Stage Edinburgh Award winners

Richard Gadd and Dael Orlandersmith have won in the third week of The Stage Edinburgh Awards 2019.

Giverny Masso, The Stage, 20th August 2019

British Comedy Guide's top tips

The British Comedy Guide team selects the best Edinburgh Fringe shows they've seen so far in preview.

British Comedy Guide, 2nd August 2019

Edinburgh preview: Returning Champions

It's hard to stay away from Edinburgh whether you are new to the comedy game or an old hand. This year there are a number of brilliant comedians coming back who have won the Edinburgh Comedy Award, best known as the Perrier but now sponsored by digital channel Dave. You can only win the top award once and there are certainly easier ways to make money, so why come back? It must be for the sheer fun and the incredible buzz of the Fringe.

Bruce Dessau, Beyond The Joke, 29th July 2019

Fringe 10x10: ten theatre shows

Our build-up to the Edinburgh Fringe starts here! As always we'll take a look at ten shows in each of ten semi-arbitrary categories to preview what you might expect to see this festival. First up, ten comedy-related shows - in no particular order - that you may overlook as they are in the theatre section of the programme....

Chortle, 8th July 2019

Fringe 2019: 12 of the best shows

In the run-up to the Edinburgh festival we'll be picking highlights from the programme. Here's a dozen for starters, including Eddie Izzard and a ukulele comedy.

Chris Wiegand, The Guardian, 5th June 2019