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Tim Key Talks About His Cancer Treatment

Comedian, writer, actor Tim Key has talked frankly about his treatment for cancer. Key was talking to Adam Buxton on the latter's podcast and recalled a health scare that started in 2018.

After a gig on tour Key's agent was contacted by a fan who was also a doctor and had seen a lesion on Key's leg when he was performing in shorts. The doctor suggested that Key get it checked out and the specialist said he needed to have it cut out on the same day. 


Watch Trailer For The Witchfinder

Watch the first trailer for the forthcoming BBC sitcom The Witchfinder, starring Tim Key and Daisy May Cooper.


Sunday Brunch Guests – Tim Key, Lou Sanders

Good to see Tim Key and Lou Sanders as two of the guests on Sunday Brunch this week. They are two of my favourite comedians.


Comedy Club Stages Table Tennis Tournament

The Moth Club and promoters Knock2bag are to stage the first ever table tennis tournament featuring not professional table tennis players but comedians.

Comics Ray Badran and Sam Campbell are putting on the tournament on Sunday November 7th at the east London club. 


News: Further Print Run For Latest Tim Key Book

Tim Key's latest book He Used Thought As A Wife, a series of poems and conversations from lockdown that he started writing all the way back in March 2020, has sold out its first print run. A further run – with an extra poem – will be published in time for Valentine's Day and you can pre-order it at the link below.


News: Tim Key Joins Richard Osman's House Of Games Line-Up

Tim Key joins the line-up for the first week of House of Games of 2021.

The other contestants are Margate resident DJ Gemma Cairney and sporty people Gabby Logan (who is on Instagram here) and Jeff Stelling.


New: Pub Review Podcast Launched Featuring Tim Key

London Pub Reviews is a ten part, scripted audio series, adapted from the book of the same name by Paul Ewen, and performed by Tim Key.


Live Review: Mark Watson's Carpool Comedy With Sophie Duker, Lou Sanders, Tim Key, Jen Brister, Selhurst Park FC

By compere and intrepid organiser Mark Watson’s own admission, this is not the perfect way to experience comedy. Parked in your car in the car park of Crystal Palace Football Club on the hottest day of the year.

Video: New Game No More Jockeys From Mark Watson, Alex Horne, Tim Key

Here's a new game created by Mark Watson, Tim Key and Alex Horne that you can play at home.

On each turn, players name a person plus a category they fall under. That person and category are then eliminated, and subsequent people must not fall under that category. As more categories are added it gets harder, and eventually impossible, to name anyone new.

See how well you can do...

News: New Comedy For This Country Star From Alan Partridge Writers

The Witchfinder is an original new comedy for BBC Two following a witchfinder and his suspect on a road-free road trip through an England gripped by civil war, famine and plague.


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