Live comedy

News: Live Comedy Return Delayed

The return of live comedy inside venues looks set to be delayed. 

Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced the new measures at a press conference on Friday. He has just spoken and called it "swift and decisive action...we would not hesistate to put the brakes on if required. Today I am afraid we are postponing those openings for at least a fortnight. Indoor performamces will not resume..."


News: Report Reveals Threat Of Covid19 To All Aspects Of The Comedy Industry

The Live Comedy Association has published a report into the effects of Coronavirus on the live comedy industry, and launched its #SaveLiveComedy campaign. 

“This report is a sobering and important read for the entire comedy industry. I hope that this can convince the relevant parties of the need to intervene and provide assistance where needed. I am convinced that the LCA has a vital role to play in this process," says comedian Nish Kumar


News: Steering Group Confirmed For Live Comedy Association

The first steering group has been confirmed for the newly formed Live Comedy Association.

The LCA is a new body representing the live comedy industry.


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