Jack Whitehall can’t do anything wrong at the moment.
If you weren’t able to get tickets for Sarah Millican’s new live show Home Bird this year, then you really did miss a treat.
Self styled banter merchant Lee Mack isn’t for everyone. His fast paced performances can feel a bit old fashioned at times; to the extent that you half expect him to be rounded up and carted back to the 1970s variety show he must have escaped from – or possibly the branch of Pontins where he used to work as a bluecoat.
"Touring a show that other people have written and raking in cash - nah. I’d rather be paid nothing to do something I love."
“Touring a show that other people have written and raking in cash – nah. I’d rather be paid nothing to do something I love.”
Dave Spikey is an actor, stand-up comedian and writer, best known for his role as Jerry St. Clair on Phoenix Nights.
If you’re used to seeing genial, avuncular Phill Jupitus on QI or Never Mind The Buzzcocks, then Shirking Progress might surprise you.
Kids, eh? Northern comedian Justin Moorhouse has got two of ’em, and he’s not shy when it comes to telling the truth about what it means to be a parent.
You have to feel sorry for Cort McCown and Sarah Tiana, two comedians who are sharing the bill with Camilla Cleese as she makes her Edinburgh Fringe debut this year.