Culture

27 July 2016

Q and A with comedian Stuart Mitchell

Please tell us about your brand of comedy- what can audiences expect? It is a mixture of stories and one liners. Most importantly it's all true. And funny. Which always ...

27 July 2016

Q and A with comedian Juliette Burton

Please tell us about your brand of comedy- what can audiences expect? Honesty and feelings wrapped in the cocoon of cheekiness. Comedy is a way of talking about bigger subjects ...

26 July 2016

Bianca Del Rio returning to the UK with Not Today Satan tour

RuPaul's Drag Race winner and hilarious hateful comic Bianca Del Rio is returning to the UK in early 2017 with her brand new show, Not Today Satan! Picking up right ...

26 July 2016

Q and A with comedian Pippa Evans

Please tell us about your brand of comedy- what can audiences expect? It's PE branded like Lions eggs but Pippa's eggs. Imagine eggs with my face. That's my brand. Which ...

25 July 2016

Q and A with comedian Sarah Callaghan

Please tell us about your brand of comedy- what can audiences expect? It's so difficult describing your brand of comedy, hopefully enough people saw me last year and have told ...

25 July 2016

Q and A with comedian Pierre Novellie

Please tell us about your brand of comedy- what can audiences expect? Intelligent, observational stand-up comedy. Which comedians have been your biggest influence over the years? ...

25 July 2016

Dominic Frisby discusses his new show 'Let's Talk About Tax'

Please tell us about your brand of comedy- what can audiences expect? Traditional pub jokes with a financial and economic theme Which comedians have been your biggest influence? ...

24 July 2016

Lou Sanders discusses her new show at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival

Please tell us about your brand of comedy- what can audiences expect? A nice bit of clean fun. But with swears in. I mean I don't do anything political ...

22 July 2016

Emma Sidi discusses her new show 'Telenovela'

Please tell us about your brand of comedy- what can audiences expect? I would be sassy and say 'they can expect the unexpected, baby', but whatever, I'll just tell you. ...

22 July 2016

Erich McElroy talks about his new show 'Electile Dysfunction'

Please tell us about your brand of comedy- what can audiences expect? I go for funny. With a touch of politics. But still going funny first. Which comedians have been your biggest ...

22 July 2016

Laura Lexx discusses her new show at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival

Please tell us about your brand of comedy- what can audiences expect? This year I'm talking about some much more serious stuff than usual, but not in a serious way. ...

21 July 2016

Ben Van Der Velde discusses his new show at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival

Please tell us about your brand of comedy- what can audiences expect? A mixture of silliness, bad anthropology, friendly audience interaction, story-telling and one extremely bad pun that I'm disproportionately ...

21 July 2016

Aatif Nawaz discusses his new show at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival

Please tell us about your brand of comedy - what can audiences expect? Brands are really formal. I've never really thought of myself as a brand. I just try and ...

21 July 2016

Comedian Abi Roberts discusses her new show 'Anglichanka'

Please tell us about your brand of comedy- what can audiences expect? When you come and see my shows, you're getting a 'show'. Expect high energy riffs, unexpected impressions, vocal stings, ...

21 July 2016

Glenn Moore discusses his new show 'Glengarry Glen Glenn'

Please tell us about your brand of comedy- what can audiences expect? Lots of slightly odd, off-beat jokes that are a bit different. I'd like people to leave my show ...

21 July 2016

Ever Mainard discusses her new show 'Let Me Be Your Main Man'

Tell us about your brand of comedy- what can audiences expect? My brand of comedy is very loose, off the cuff and at times absurd. I love to talk ...

21 July 2016

Comedian Elliot Steel discusses his new show 'Netflix 'n' Steel'

Please tell us about your brand of comedy- what can audiences expect? My style of comedy is anecdotal and observational but I also enjoy just being silly on stage. I ...

20 July 2016

Comedian Darren Walsh discusses his new show 'S'pun'

Please tell us about your brand of comedy- what can audiences expect? I've been told it's very silly. The jokes are all very short, so it would probably suit audiences ...

20 July 2016

Comedian Chris Stokes discusses his new show The Man Delusion

Please tell us about your brand of comedy- what can audiences expect? It's unassuming and quite low-key. I look at social misconceptions and human behaviour as well as tell ...

20 July 2016

Comedian Anna Morris discusses her new show It's Got to be Perfect

Please tell us about your brand of comedy- what can audiences expect? I'm a character comedian - so I create naturalistic but ridiculous female characters, my most popular being a ...

19 July 2016

Claire Sweeney exclusive interview - Playing Baroness Bomburst in Chitty Chitty Bang Bang

Gearing up to step into the much-loved role of Baroness Bomburst in the 2016-17 UK and Ireland tour of Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, Claire Sweeney has got an exciting few ...

15 July 2016

Hear Sheridan Smith on Funny Girl album sampler

Sheridan Smith has made her triumphant return to the stage as Fanny Brice in Funny Girl, and now an album sampler for the show has been released ahead of the ...
12 July 2016

Sara Pascoe, ‘Animal’ Review at The Lowry

I first came across Sara Pascoe in Mock of the Week and Russell Howard's Stand Up Central. She caught my attention because she looks at the world a little differently ...

12 July 2016

Exclusive interview with John Robins

What can audiences expect form your new show? They can expect a live version of our podcast and Radio X show, which I thoroughly recommend they check out so they're ...

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