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News: Work In Progress Season For Simon Amstell

Simon Amstell is to perform a run of work-in-progress shows "for a possibly forthcoming tour."

The gigs will take place at the Bridge Theatre in London from November 10 -21.

The blurb warns fans that: "Some thoughts will be more developed than others."

Previous shows include Do Nothing, Numb: Live at the BBC and his recent Netflix special, Set Free.


News: Simon Amstell To Film Latest Show

Simon Amstell is to perform his acclaimed show What is This? for the final time, at EartH Hackney on Friday 3rd May 2019 at 6.30pm and 9.00pm. Tickets go on sale on Thursday 28th March at the link belowThese special one hour performances will be the only stand up shows that Simon will be performing this year in the UK.


News: Simon Amstell To Be Part Of BBC Coverage Of Hay Festival

Comedian Simon Amstell will one of the performers featured as part of the BBC's coverage of the Hay Festival.

Amstell will be appearing at the literary festival to present his BBC directorial debut Carnage on June 3 in the run-up to the national tour of his latest stand-up show What Is This? which starts in September. Dates here.

News: Dara O Briain, Katherine Ryan, Simon Amstell For Latitude 2017

Dara O Briain, Katherine Ryan and Simon Amstell have been revealed as the comedy headliners appearing at the Latitude Festival this year.

Latitude Festival takes place on 13th - 16th July in the grounds of Henham Park, Suffolk.

Review: Carnage – Swallowing The Past, BBC iPlayer

After a quiet period from Simon Amstell the thoughtful, angsty comedian is gearing up for a higher profile this year. A UK tour has recently been announced but before then he makes his directorial debut with Carnage – Swallowing The Past, an intriguing, provocative film being released by BBC iPlayer*.


News: What Is This? It's A Big Tour From Simon Amstell

Simon Amstell is to tour later this year with a new show entitled What Is This?

He announced the news on Twitter with a Tweet linking to a page on his website where fans can sign up for access to a presale of tickets from 10am on Tuesday, February 28. The link is here.


News: Simon Amstell To Direct His First Film

Comedian Simon Amstell is to direct his first feature film.
Carnage - Swallowing The Past will be made for release on BBC iPlayer.


Latitude Review: Simon Amstell

This picture on the left shows how close I got to the stage when Simon Amstell was on. Yes, that’s him. The dot on the screen in the distance. It’s one of the annual problems of Latitude that the comedy is so popular it is hard to catch a glimpse of the biggest acts. And this wasn’t even an early evening show. Despite being the Saturday headliner, Amstell opted for what you might call the Kitson Gambit, choosing a 1.10pm lunchtime slot and testing the commitment of comedy fans. It didn’t work. They were too committed. 


News: Simon Amstell & More Added to Latitude Line-Up

Simon Amstell is the latest big name to be added to the line-up of the Latitude Festival, which takes place in Henham Park, Suffolk from July 17 - 20. The comedian has been working on new material at the Invisible Dot club in London in recent weeks so this may be the first major public outing for his latest show, which, among other things, may discuss the controversy he briefly became involved in when he made a remark about apartheid on BBC Radio shortly after the death of Nelson Mandela. 

Opinion: Never Mind About Never Mind The Buzzcocks

Richard Herring once wrote that he is irritated by the title of Never Mind The Buzzcocks because the Manchester punk band was called Buzzcocks, so the title should really be - pedant alert! - Never Mind Buzzcocks.  The Christmas edition goes out on BBC2 tonight and it is on a relative high thanks to a piece of broken crockery. In November it made the news pages when Huey Morgan had a hissy fit and smashed his mug on the table. The news shocked the nation.


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