james acaster

News: James Acaster Announces UK Tour

James Acaster has announced the UK tour for his brand new show ‘Cold Lasagne Hate Myself 1999’, but fans outside London may have to wait a while. It will start at the Reading Hexagon on September 12, 2019 and currently finishes at the Ipswich Corn Exchange on December 5, 2019. 

This follows six performances at London’s Vaudeville Theatre from 29th October – 3rd November, 2018. He is also planning to appear at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival next summer but details have not been announced yet.


Interview: James Acaster On His Taskmaster Experience

Why did you agree to take part in Taskmaster?

I’ve been a huge fan of the show for a long time and watched it a lot. It’s one of those programmes I’ve always wanted to do, and I felt very lucky when I got asked.

What was your strategy, if you had one?


News: New Panel Show for Josh Widdicombe & James Acaster

Josh Widdicombe and James Acaster are to front a new comedy panel show for Dave.

According to Deadline Hypothetical will test two teams of comedians on their ability to deal with a series of ridiculous scenarios such as "how someone would cope living in a motorway services for a year or how to take a selfie with Nicolas Cage within 48 hours or you die."

News: Cornbury Festival Announces Comedy Line-Up

The Cornbury Music Festival has announced its comedy line-up for this year's festival.

James Acaster, Katy Brand, Phil Wang, Felicity Ward, Ivo Graham, Suzi Ruffell, Kieran Hodgson, Paul Mayhew-Archer, Fern Brady, Kwame Asante, Christopher Bliss, Catherine Bohart, Jack Barry, Heidi Regan, and Lola & Jo will be performing in the venue's Comedy Emporium over the weekend of July 13 - 15.


News: West End World Premiere For New James Acaster Show

James Acaster has announced the world debut of his brand new show ‘Cold Lasagne Hate Myself 1999’. It will take place across six performances at London’s Vaudeville Theatre, from 29th October – 3rd November 2018.  


News: James Acaster, Alfie Brown, Brett Goldstein Head Festival Line Up

James Acaster, Brett Goldstein and Alfie Brown are among the comedy highlights of this year's HowTheLightGetsIn Festival.

Also appearing are Annie McGrath, Sean McLoughlin, Edinburgh Fringe Best Show nominee Ahir Shah, Grainne Maguire, Ian Smith and many more.


Review: James Acaster, Repertoire, netflix

Not one, not two, not three, but four James Acaster shows have just started streaming on netflix under the overall banner of Repertoire. There is Recognise (2014), Represent (2015), Recognise (2016) and, perhaps most interesting, Recap, which pulls together material from older shows and very cleverly ties some loose threads together. Ducks are involved.


News: James Acaster Live Shows To Stream On Netflix

Four full-length shows by James Acaster are to be streamed on Netflix. They will be available from March 27, which means that by the end of March Acaster will have more shows on the global streaming network than the likes of Chris Rock and Ricky Gervais put together.


News: Winter Short Films Featuring James Acaster, Ed Gamble And More

Indie comedy film company Turtle Canyon is releasing a number of new short films featuring comedians including James Acaster, Suzi Ruffell, Ian Smith, Harriet Kemsley, Annie McGrath, Evelyn Mok and Ed Gamble.


Book Review: James Acaster's Classic Scrapes

At 32 James Acaster does seem a trifle young to be writing his autobiography – not that that has stopped various footballers, pop stars and deluded reality TV stars – but he has found a neat way here of writing an autobiography that initially doesn’t seem like an autobiography, hence circumventing accusations that he is cashing in early.



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