Jamali Maddix

News: C4 To Feature Vice Programmes On Demand

Channel 4 has announced that following a deal between the broadcasters more than 900 hours of VICE’s award-winning long-form content will be available on Channel 4’s on-demand service, All 4.


News: TV Show For Jamali Maddix

Presenter Jamali Maddix will explore the wild west frontier of our strange new digital era in a new three-part series by Acme Films for Channel 4. Futureproof will follow Jamali as he meets the people finding new ways to sell sex, become celebrities – and maybe even change the world.

In a crazy, scary, unpredictable new world where there are no certainties and everything is changing, online businesses, social media and the internet have ripped up the rulebook and opened the doors to a whole new way of making a living.


News: Edinburgh & World Tour For Jamali Maddix

Jamali Maddix, acclaimed comedian and host of Viceland’s Hate Thy Neighbour, will return to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe in 2018 with a brand-new show before embarking on his first ever World Tour. 

Vape Lord sees Jamali mix unflinching and brutally honest material on the state of society, with personal tales of hate and moral confrontation from his travels around the world.


TV: Brexit Stage Left, Viceland

Given that most comedians are sticking Brexit material into their act faster than you can say “Conservative minority” it is quite canny of broadcaster Viceland to come up with the four-part Brexit Stage Left, in which a group of comics – Jamali Maddix, Alfie Brown, Fern Brady and Sean McLoughlin – travel to Europe to see what we are going to be missing in a few years and also get to do a gig.

Live Review: Angel Comedy Club Opening Night With Nish Kumar, Tony Law, Tom Rosenthal, Yuriko Kotani, Jamali Maddix, Jarred Christmas

Every now and again I receive Facebook comments from circuit comedians telling me that I spend all my time swanning in and out of the Soho Theatre and the Eventim Apollo and don’t experience what it is like at the pub-based comedy club grass roots level. Well last night I did go to a comedy club in a pub, but to be perfectly honest the acts were so good and the atmosphere so conducive to comedy that I suspect I still don’t know what it is like at the coal face. Good sight lines, good air-conditioning, good audience, good acts.

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