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Taylor Glenn

Taylor Glenn

  • Actor, writer and stand-up comedian

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Drunk Women Solving Crime television adaptation in the works

Hannah George, Taylor Glenn and Catie Wilkins are developing a television adaptation of their hit podcast Drunk Women Solving Crime with True North Productions.

British Comedy Guide, 2nd August 2023

29 best feel-good podcasts to make you happy

We all need cheering up - Bob Mortimer, Chris and Rosie Ramsey, Alan Carr, and French and Saunders are here to help.

The Sunday Times, 13th November 2022

Your Edinburgh festival comedy podcasts revision guide

Matt Forde, Rosie Holt, Richard Herring and other podcasts to make you laugh.

Patricia Nicol, The Sunday Times, 26th June 2022

Best Comedy Podcast nominees revealed

The nominees for Best Comedy Podcast in the British Podcast Awards 2022 have been revealed.

British Comedy Guide, 20th June 2022

Underbelly announces 47 new Fringe shows

...including a one-man play from Jason Byrne.

Chortle, 5th April 2022

Feel Good wins at Writers' Guild of Great Britain Awards

Feel Good writers Mae Martin and Joe Hampson won the Best TV Situation Comedy prize at the Writers' Guild of Great Britain Awards. Prizes also went to the writers behind radio series Olga Koch: Fight, film The Personal History Of David Copperfield and online sketch Remember Getting the Period Talk at School? #Menopause.

British Comedy Guide, 15th February 2022

Mae Martin, Sarah Kendall and Aisling Bea's shows up for writing award

The Writers' Guild Of Great Britain Awards shortlist features Feel Good creators Mae Martin and Joe Hampson, Sarah Kendall (Frayed) and Aisling Bea (This Way Up).

British Comedy Guide, 7th December 2021

Comedians indoors getting creative: part 10

To help you get your comedy fix, every week we'll be putting together a list of projects we've spotted online by funny women...

Funny Women, 22nd May 2020

What it feels like ... to get drunk and solve crimes

Our live shows are so much fun. The audience tends to get very invested in the case.

Taylor Glenn, The Herald, 2nd August 2019

Fringe Q&As: Taylor Glenn

Taylor Glenn talks about her new show, A Billion Days of Parenthood.

The Herald, 28th August 2016

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