From the makers of Legs and Logs.
‘Smart character comic’ (Scotsman) and Funny Women Awards finalist, Kirsty has a secret, and this is a confession.
Liz Guterbock (2022 Union Jack Radio Ones to Watch, 2021 Leicester Mercury Comedian of the Year nominee, 2020 British Comedy Guide Pro Performance Award nominee, 2019 Funny Women A…
Award-winning Irish comedian Rory O’Hanlon is returning to the Edinburgh Fringe with his brand-new show, Happy Hour.
Show content warning: I may talk about that time I kicked a seagull in the head in Eastbourne.
Harun Musho’d is an Arabic name.
As I’m writing this, I think the show will be about my best friend.
At age 35, Mark Cram has decided he’s probably never going to have or want children – but that’s not going to stop him from being an amazing parent.
Full-time comedians, part-time teachers Alex Kitson and Julia Stenton talk the good, the bad and the ugliness of shaping minds.
Arriving in Australia in February 2020 just before covid struck meant that Lloyd couldn’t see his family for over two years.
With a busted knee, a burst eardrum and heroic reveries replaced by painkillers and words like ‘ouch’, ‘pardon’ and ‘I’m down here!’, Todd reckons he has one last chance to reinv…
At the beginning of 2020 Joe Bates (BBC Radio 4Extra, Chorts 2021 finalist) started taking anti-depressants to check if things in the world were as bleak as they seemed or whether …
Jack Campbell did his first stand-up gig in 2010, aged 19.