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Lights, camera, action... a selection of articles that will be of interest to those who perform comedy.
Looking to write a comedic novel? Here's some insight on the topic of writing fiction books.
Kids comedy is a huge market, with a number of opportunities for newer writers to gain credits.
If you want to see your comedy creation on TV or radio, you'll need to know about pitching and the commissioning process.
When you're an up-and-coming writer or performer, a good way of getting recognition is to enter competitions and win awards.
Many projects get stuck in development hell. Here's some articles to try and stop that being your situation too.
Comedy without words - often called silent comedy (although many have musical accompaniment) - is an interesting sub-genre.
Everyone knows what a director is... but not everyone knows how they operate. Here's some insight.
The Edinburgh Festival is the place for live performers to showcase what they can do.
This section essentially concerns itself with working on non-narrative formats, e.g. panel shows and 'shiny floor' entertainment programmes.
Feature movies are expensive to make... but they are the ultimate cretation goal for many. This section also covers short films.
British people don't like talking about money... but if you want to make comedy your career, knowing how much you can earn is important. Plus: advice on how to raise funds for projects.
Comedy creators sadly must regularly deal with bad news, and process feedback. Here's some advice in that area.
This section focuses on making the most of your time and making your projects a success.
10 years ago there weren't many podcasts, now everyone has one! Looking to join the club? Here's some advice for how to setup and grow a comedy podcast show.
A producer's job is to make sure a project is realised in the right way. We've spoken to various people in that role...
Writing sitcom is hard to master... there's lots to think about and learn! Hopefully these articles will help you hone your situations and characters.
Most live comedy is stand-up comedy. The biggest stars make millions. You'll need to start to build skills via the open mic circuit first though.
Bigger comedy projects tend to involve writers' rooms. What are they and how do they work? Here's some insight...
An interview column, in which UK comedy professionals share insights and tips with BCG Pro readers.