Paul McCaffrey

Interview: Paul McCaffrey

Paul McCaffrey can still remember the first successful comedy routine he wrote, even though it was over a decade ago. “It was about cash machines and how frustrating it was when you were queuing to use one.”

It went down so well at his early gigs he ended up doing it a few years later on television on Russell Howard’s Good News.


News: 2020 Tour for Paul McCaffrey

After a successful 2019 Edinburgh Festival, Paul McCaffrey is back with a properly funny stand-up show in which he struggles to get to grips with being spied on by the Chinese through his new phone, married life and how he ruined his honeymoon, idiotic self-help books that keep getting recommended to him, and setting fire to his oven gloves. McCaffrey is an absolute lemon but very funny. 


Review: Joe Wilkinson, Jarlath Regan, Paul McCaffrey, Bloomsbury Theatre

This show was billed as Joe Wilkinson And Guests, which gave it something of a frisson. Would it be a themed evening of scruffy anti-comics wandering around the stage aimlessly telling so-called jokes? That would be fun, but maybe too much too take for even the most committed anti-comedy fan. Instead, this was like a more conventional club gig in a posher venue. The only thing the three acts had in common was the same management. It was all pretty normal until Wilkinson appeared. But more of him shortly…

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