Rory McGrath.

Rory McGrath

Art exhibition showcasing work by comedians opens

Art Is The Best Medicine, an exhibition showcasing the artwork of comedians, has opened in London. It runs until 20th December.

British Comedy Guide, 13th December 2019

Rory McGrath edited out of TV series after conviction

McGrath, 60, appeared in reality show Sugar Free Farm in 2016 and has filmed segments for the final episode of the current series on screen on Tuesday, where the cameras revisited him to see if he has kept the weight off.

Mark Jefferies, The Mirror, 30th January 2017

Rory McGrath admits stalking woman in Cambridge

Television personality Rory McGrath has admitted stalking a married woman for more than a year.

BBC News, 26th January 2017

Rory McGrath charged with stalking

Rory McGrath has been charged with stalking. Mr McGrath, 60, of Grantchester Street, Cambridge, is accused of stalking a woman for more than a year.

BBC News, 15th November 2016

Interview: Rory McGrath

Time at last for the live solo debut of a TV star who celebrates his 60th at Glasgow International Comedy Festival.

Brian Donaldson, The List, 12th February 2016

Rory McGrath: My six best books

Rory McGrath, 59, is known for the comedy sketch show Who Dares Wins and as a regular panellist on They Think It's All Over. He is currently doing his first stand-up tour Rory McGrath Remembers (...Or Is It Forgets?). Here, he talks about books including Titus Goran and The Day of the Triffids.

Caroline Rees, The Daily Express, 5th February 2016

Rory McGrath interview

Rory McGrath on comedy, audiences and the thousands of things that annoy him.

Nottingham Post, 2nd February 2016

Rory McGrath and Philip Pope join forces for a new show

THE singing dustman from Only Fools And Horses has joined forces with comedy writer and presenter Rory McGrath for a new musical show.

A Bridge Over Troubled Lager - Volume 2 will see McGrath and Philip Pope call in at the Marine Theatre, Lyme Regis, on December 12 and the Bridport Arts Centre on December 13.

Bridport News, 30th October 2014