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News: Second Helping For Off Menu's Redemption Dinner Party with James Acaster, Ed Gamble And Guests

After the success of the first live stream in February – which featured previous Off Menu podcast guests Greg Davies, Jess Phillips MP, Jordan Banjo, Joel Dommett and Jen Brister – Off Menu hosts Ed Gamble and James Acaster are inviting a fresh batch of past podcast guests back to the Dream Restaurant to re-live their contentious meal choices.

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News: Acclaimed James Acaster Show To Be Available For Home Viewing

James Acaster's acclaimed show Cold Lasagne Hate Myself 1999 is to be available at last for fans to watch online at a time of their choosing.

Following a live streaming last December which was only available to watch as it went out, the show will be available on Vimeo from March 5.

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News: Hypothetical With Josh Widdicombe And James Acaster Returns For Third Series

Hypothetical is back for a new series. In each episode, top comedians are posed increasingly absurd hypothetical situations by hosts Josh Widdicombe and James Acaster and scored on how well they would deal with them.

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News: Special Live Streamed Edition Of Off Menu With James Acaster And Ed Gamble

Update: Due to circumstances beyond our control this online show has been reschedule to Sunday 7 February. All tickets for the original date (Sunday 24 January) remain valid.

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News: James Acaster Tells Lorraine Kelly What He Thinks Of Her Mention Of Piers Morgan

James Acaster and Lorraine Kelly were two of the guests on The Last Leg's New Year's Eve special. All seemed to be going swimmingly until Lorraine Kelly mentioned the name of Piers Morgan when talking about heroes of the year. 

Kelly knew she was being controversial by prefacing the remark with "stay with me on this one..." before mentioning his name. But as soon as she did  Acaster swiftly expressed his opinion of Morgan in three simple words, "go fuck yourself" 

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News: Comedians Play Dungeons And Dragons for Comic Relief

Comedians James Acaster, Lou Sanders, Phil Wang and Sally Phillips will team up to take part in a live game of Dungeons & Dragons on Friday 4 December at 7.30pm to raise money for Comic Relief. 
 

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News: Acclaimed James Acaster Show To Stream Live

James Acaster’s acclaimed show, Cold Lasagne Hate Myself 1999, will be Live Streamed On DICE on Thursday 17th December 2020 at 8pm GMT.

It is the performance filmed at EartH Hackney last December.

Commenting on the show, James says: "It was a show about the best year of my life (1999) and the worst year of my life (2017), I wore a very nifty jacket for it and I looked extremely cool. But then in 2020 the entire world changed, and the release of this show got heavily delayed.

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News: Comedy Fundraiser After Equipment Stolen With Josh Widdicombe, James Acaster, Kiri Pritchard-McLean, Isy Suttie, Lazy Susan, Joel Dommett, Nish Kumar, Spencer Jones, Tim Key

Tom Parry and Ben Clark from Pappys are hosting an online fundraiser on July 12th for their old Youth Theatre in Wolverhampton. 
 
Not only has the Central Youth Theatre been hit hard by the pandemic but during lockdown it was burgled and all of the tech equipment was stolen.

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News: Comic Relief Gives Fans A Chance To Appear In Their Favourite Podcasts

Podcast enthusiasts can now win a money-can’t-buy guest experience on their favourite podcasts. 

Acast, the UK’s leading podcast company has teamed up with Comic Relief for GuestFest, offering six lucky fans the opportunity to record an episode with the nation’s most beloved podcasts to benefit vulnerable people affected by Covid-19. 

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News: James Acaster, Fin Taylor, Jen Brister And Esyllt Sears Guest In Latest Mark Olver Podcast Panel Show Who Said That?

Finding themselves out of work and struggling to stay sane, stand up comedian Mark Olver, who has warmed audiences up for the every panel show going (including The Last Leg, HIGNFY, Would I Lie To You), has joined forces with TV producer Simon Gummer to create their very own comedy panel show.
 
Produced independently for zero budget the lockdown has actually provided an opportunity to produce something that would normally not be possible without the backing of a major production company and broadcaster. 

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