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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.


News: The Wrestling Returns To Edinburgh Fringe

Some of the line-up has been revealed for this summer's return of The Wrestling at the Edinburgh Fringe.

The show - which won the Edinburgh Comedy Award Panel Prize in 2011 – takes place this year at the Pleasance Grand at 11pm on August 15 and features a host of comedians taking on real wrestlers in the ring for one night only.

Among those taking part this year are James Acaster, Stuart Goldsmith, Joel Dommett, Lolly Adefope and Richard Gadd, with many more to be announced.

Live Review, Live at the Chapel with James Acaster, Kevin Eldon, Jayde Adams, Carl Donnelly, John Robins

When the pioneering Invisible Dot organisation closed down in 2016 there was a fear that the regular Union Chapel gigs promoted by ID might come to an end too. There have been lots of memorable nights at this Islington church over the years and luckily for the comedy world promoter Will Briggs has picked up the baton. Briggs is clearly a shrewd man, even if last night’s compere John Robins described him as looking like a stoner out of Point Break.

News: Greatest Hits "Trelogy" Tour For James Acaster

James Acaster is to tour the UK next year with his last three shows, Recognise, Represent and Reset. He will be performing each show on consecutive nights in each place he visits. He has called the new tour his "Trelogy". The shows were nominated for Edinburgh Comedy Awards in consecutive years from 2014 - 2016.

The tour starts in Brighton on February 8 - 10 and ends in Aldershot on June 21 - 23.



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