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New Book From Katy Wix

Katy Wix, comedian and one of the stars of BBC sitcom Ghosts. is publishing a book.


News: New Podcast Taking People Back to Their Youthful Places From Katy Wix And Adam Drake

Katy Wix and Adam Drake release a brand-new podcast in which they travel up and down the country, taking their favourite people from the public eye back to the places of their youth. At each place, the guest talks through their memories (from the hilarious to the poignant), tells stories, and gives a message to their younger self.


News: Debut Book From Katy Wix

Comedian Katy Wix is writing her first book.

Delicacy is a "darkly comic, deeply humane and refreshingly unique" memoir by the award-winning comedian and Taskmaster (pictured) star.


News: Lolly Adefope & Katy Wix Join Cast Of New BBC Comedy Ghosts

Katy Wix (Anna & Katy, The Windsors, Not Going Out) and Lolly Adefope (Miracle Workers, This Time with Alan Partridge) have joined the cast of upcoming new BBC One comedy Ghosts.

The six-part sitcom is created by the lead cast of writer-performers behind the award-winning Horrible Histories and Yonderland, and feature film Bill.

Interview: Katy Wix, Stath Lets Flats, C4

New sitcom Stath Lets Flats stars Jamie Demetriou as Stath, an incompetent lettings agent at 'Michael & Eagle Lettings', a dodgy London lettings agency run by his father. 

Stath Lets Flats starts on C4 on June 27 at 10pm.

Read an interview with co-star Natasia Demetriou here and an interview with Katy Wix below.




Review: BBC iPlayer Funny Valentines – Katy Wix: Dear Jean-Pierre

Katy Wix’s romantic short film is a tear-stained Dear John letter, or rather a Dear Jean-Pierre letter, as her ex-lover she is breaking the news to is a French man who doesn’t speak any English. In fact in the film he doesn’t speak at all. The story is told through flashbacks recreating Wix’s memories as she recalls them and writes them down.


Opinion: Is TV Sketch Comedy Eating Itself?

It was the eminent writer David Quantick who coined the phrase "pop will eat itself" in the 1980s when he was talking about the way musical genres kept cross-referencing each other. Soon afterwards a band formed calling themselves Pop Will Eat Itself.

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