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We've all got that friend you give advice to and they never put that advice into practice. You know the one I mean? They continually come to you with the same problem, you give (if you're me)... more
Opinion: What Is The Future for Live Comedy After Lockdown?
This is the piece I was hoping I wouldn’t have to write. Until recently I was clinging to the hope that there might be a sign of the UK lockdown being lifted imminently and life starting to return to... more
Opinion: I Watched Bottom Again And It's Not Sagging
An opinion piece about the sitcom Bottom recently appeared online in which the writer said they found it quite hard to watch in 2020. Long-time fan of the series, comedian Ash Preston, springs to its... more
Opinion: Does A Chat Show work Without An Audience?
The Graham Norton Show returned on Friday night, but this was the Coronavirus version. The guests were onscreen at home and there was no studio audience. No studio in fact. Norton conjured one up... more
Opinion: What Is The Future for Live Comedy After Lockdown?
Why are some things a hit and some things not a hit? It must the oldest question in the showbiz book. And, of course, the trouble is that nobody has the definitive answer. Or we'd all be having hits... more
Opinion: Tony De Meur Alias Ronnie Golden On Getting The Band Back Together Again
The cliché runs that most stand up comedians would kill to be rock stars and a lot of rock stars would fancy a go at comedy. There have been a few comics who have successfully straddled the humour/... more
Opinion: The News Is Beyond Satire, By Adam Bromley
Ex-BBC producer Adam Bromley has made a new comedy sketch show with comics Kris Dyer (of Nice Mum) and Julius Howe called Peer into the Past, which is available as a podcast. It is set in the... more
Joz Norris is at the Soho Theatre on Friday, October 4 & Saturday, October 5 with the final performances of his latest show Joz Norris Is Dead. Long Live Mr Fruit Salad. He writes about the... more
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This year's Fringe was easily the toughest of the six I've performed at.If I'm totally honest I went up slightly underprepared, my show was a bit of a mishmash with new bits cobbled together with... more
The comedy industry is hardly notorious for being good for your mental health. The uncertainty of spending lots of time away from home, performing for not enough money in the hope of gaining the... more
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