Shane Todd

  • Northern Irish
  • Actor and stand-up comedian

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BBC New Comedy Awards 2023 heats details

Tickets are now available to watch the BBC New Comedy Awards 2023 heats in Sunderland, Leith, Ballymena, Bethnal Green, Nottingham and Bangor.

British Comedy Guide, 31st August 2023

BBC New Comedy Awards 2022 open for entries

The BBC New Comedy Awards 2022 is now open for entries. The deadline to apply is 3rd July.

British Comedy Guide, 23rd May 2022

The Stand Up Sketch Show to return for Series 4

ITV2 is to return to hybrid format The Stand Up Sketch Show for a fourth series, including debuts for stand-ups Olga Koch, Carl Hutchinson, Shane Todd and Michael Akadiri.

British Comedy Guide, 18th June 2021

Acts announced for BBC stand up shows

Some of the acts have been revealed for the forthcoming six-part series, BBC Presents: Stand Up For Live Comedy. Shows will come from venues around the UK including London, Belfast, Glasgow and Bristol. The show will be released on BBC Three, with a repeat on BBC One the following week.

Bruce Dessau, Beyond The Joke, 15th September 2020

Introducing the 2017 Comedy Room writers

Comedy Room is our six-month development scheme for writers identified through our open submission script room and other talent searches. Following our most recent script room the writers in the Comedy Room 2017 have met up this week for the first time for a series of workshops.

BBC, 8th September 2017

Shane Todd, interview

Chris chats with Shane Todd about performing in LA and his new show Holywood To Hollywood.

Chris Mackrell, Black Diamond, 23rd August 2016

Interview: Shane Todd - Holywood to Hollywood

Shane Todd interview.

Rosie Gillott, Fresh Air, 10th August 2016

18 reasons why you can't miss the Edinburgh Fringe

Think it's just about the jokes? From weight loss to mind expansion, our panel of comedians reveal the hidden perks of a trip to the festival.

The Guardian, 5th August 2016

Shane Todd: Edinburgh Fringe 2016 interview

Northern Irish comic Shane Todd tells his tale of travelling to Hollywood to keep up with hometown heroes Rory McIlroy and Jamie Dornan.

Laugh Out London, 31st July 2016

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