Sunday 5th August 2018
We asked some of the people who are performing shows at the Edinburgh Fringe what the worst thing they've ever done at a festival is. Brace yourself for some of these answers....
Thursday 1st February 2018
Rising stand-up star
Stephen Bailey has a black belt in taekwondo. As he embarks on the Spring leg of his Can't Think Straight tour, we thought we'd ask him who he'd like to use his ninja-like skills on... Read
Thursday 10th August 2017
We've asked some of the comedians at the Edinburgh Fringe this year to tell us who they'd snog, marry, and avoid.
Thursday 3rd August 2017
Some of the comedians performing at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe this month tell us all about their smallest ever audiences.
Thursday 16th March 2017
Stephen Bailey talks about how he almost gave up comedy recently, plus: being sick on suede shoes, lazy reviewing, driving half way home without your lights on, and whether he is happy now. Read
Sunday 28th August 2016
A man proposed to his partner during
Stephen Bailey's Edinburgh Fringe comedy show. See the video here. Read
Monday 3rd August 2015
If you don't go and see
Stephen Bailey's Edinburgh Fringe show, there's a good chance he'll be serving your popcorn next time you go to the cinema. Read Press Clippings
Suited and booted,
Tom Allen and Suzi Ruffell presented this gala preview to the Leicester Comedy Festival, which is now in its 26th year and starts next month. Veronica Lee, The Arts Desk, 14th January 2019
Before being presented with the eclectic mix of emerging comedians, we were welcomed by energetic hosts
Tom Allen and Suzi Ruffell. Leicester Mercury, 12th January 2019
With 2018 now over, I look ahead to the next twelve months and pick out the seven comedians who I believe deserves to hit the mainstream in 2019.
Elliot Gonzalez, I Talk Telly, 1st January 2019
'Dream role' for comedian in next week's episodes.
Chortle, 5th November 2018
Nominees for TV blog I Talk Telly's 2018 awards have been revealed, with the final series of
ITV's Benidorm amongst those leading the running. British Comedy Guide, 3rd November 2018
Comedy Central might have had trouble attracting punters to its first live festival - surely not helped by the fact it would have initially cost £90 to see a day's stand-up, a price subsequently slashed to £20, or a tenner if you went on Groupon - but they had no such problem attracting the top-notch acts. Steve Bennett, Chortle, 6th October 2018