Tim Key.

Tim Key

BCG Features

Tim Key interview

Saturday 8th February 2014

Tim Key might have been a journalist, or a criminologist. Thankfully, he became a comedian instead. He tells us more in this interview.


Press Clippings

Tim Key, Dice.FM, review

Gloriously funny, with Key on impish, playful and melancholic form.

Bruce Dessau, i Newspaper, 25th November 2020

Tim Key writes a new book

He Used Thought As A Wife is described as an 'anthology of poems and conversations from inside' and is his first new title in almost a decade.

Chortle, 10th November 2020

Bruce Dessau on doing the first Taskmaster in Edinburgh

Taskmaster began life as an Edinburgh Fringe show 10 years ago. Comedy critic Bruce Dessau, one of the first contestants, recalls the fun, chaos and rivalry.

Bruce Dessau, i Newspaper, 14th October 2020

Tim Key: when the Ashes & the Fringe aligned in 2005

The poet, comedian and actor takes on his generation's big one. And, yes, he is well aware of the responsibility.

Tim Key for Wisden Cricket Monthly, The Guardian, 30th September 2020

Review: Mark Watson's Carpool Comedy

Performing alongside Sophie Duker, Lou Sanders, Tim Key and Jen Brister.

Bruce Dessau, Beyond The Joke, 1st August 2020

Tim Key and Tom Basden turn up the heat on curry night

Alan Partridge's Sidekick Simon takes it out on his own hapless wingman - but Enya's repeated interruptions slow the flow.

Brian Logan, The Guardian, 27th July 2020

Tim Key writes a love poem to pubs

Tim Key has written a poem to celebrate the reopening of the pubs after lockdown. And his words will be displayed on the pavement outside ten pubs in London, with the lines spaced a metre apart to help social distancing in the queues.

Chortle, 3rd July 2020

The lockdown sketches continue with appearances from Tim Key, who provides a noirish spoken-word interlude on social distancing, Morgana Robinson's Cheryl Cole on snoozing self-care and the return of Charlie Higson's lascivious Swiss Toni. Plus Tez Ilyas has some absurdist tips on solo exercise.

Ammar Kalia, The Guardian, 15th June 2020