Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast
  • West End

The "Podfather" (Guardian) and "King of the Internet" (Time Out) returns with the award winning Podcast in which he chats with the biggest names in comedy.

March 5th- Katherine Ryan and Peter Baynham

March 12th- Brian Blessed and Pippa Evans

March 19th- Maria Bamford and Sophie Willan

March 26th- Al Murray and Desiree Burch

April 2nd - Mark Steel

Winner of Bronze Award for Best Comedy at the 2013 Sony Radio Academy Awards and the Chortle Internet Award 2013.

Previous guests include Stephen Fry, Stewart Lee, Russell Brand and Tim Minchin.

Each episode appears on iTunes and the British Comedy Guide. But it's much better live, with the chance to interact with your favourite comedy stars and even ask your own questions!

"Jonathan Ross has a funny voice. And yes, Parky has a wise, crinkly face. But, for us, Richard Herring's comedian-on-comedian chat action takes the crown... It's made us laugh more than anything else on the internet." - Time Out

Keep an eye on Twitter @lsqtheatre for more guest announcements!


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