If you like your comedy dark and edgy then walk away my friend, Adam Hills is not for you.
Twayna Mayne’s default setting is overwhelmingly unimpressed.
‘Finding a partner’s like finding a job: you’ve got to put the work in’, says Maddy Anholt, and she would know.
Once he gets going, Nathan Caton’s anecdotes and stories are funny, clever and a pleasure to listen to.
Some show titles aim to tease, titillate or intrigue but American Cunt, the name of US comic Jena Friedman’s Edinburgh Fringe debut, is a proud, badge-wearing member of the let’s-c…
Emma (Serena Jennings) and Oli (Will Merrick) meet on a chaotic, booze-fuelled night out.
It’s hard not to like Funmbi Omotayo.
It’s a brave soul who chooses to sit in the front row of In Your Face, Nina Conti’s latest helping of deconstructive ventriloquism.
Despite the fact that it’s 2015, there’s still much debate and handwringing about cross-gender casting in Shakespeare.
Sebastien Rambaud and Yann Coste’s Incredible Drum Show thoroughly deserves its seemingly immodest title.
You’d usually associate interacting with the audience with stand ups, pantomime and magicians specialising in card tricks.
In 2013, 21-year-old Moritz Erhardt, an intern at an investment bank, was found dead in his London flat after working for 72 hours without any sleep.
Mike Wozniak’s probably best known for playing moustachioed misfit Brian in Channel 4’s sitcom Man Down.
Luke Toulson’s grandfather was a Royal Engineer during World War Two who served in France, North Africa and the Middle East.
Upstairs Downton – The Improvised Episode opens with the ordinarily subdued theme tune to ITV’s massively popular period drama, Downton Abbey, played on kazoos and a recorder.
There’s more than a touch of Stewart Lee when it comes to Andrew Doyle’s comedic concerns.
In the UK, the hirsute bear of a man that is US comic Rob
Delaney is probably better known for being the Comedy King of Twitter (and for
starring alongside Sharon Horgan in Chann…
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