Ross Noble’s new DVD, Nonsensory Overload, does exactly what it says on the tin.
As someone who has been lucky enough to see Lee Nelson’s Well Good Show both live and on DVD now, I feel I’m a pretty good source for an accurate review of Simon Brodkin’s latest show.
When it comes to The Pub Landlord, you’re never quite sure what you’re laughing at.
Caught awkwardly between aggression and thoughtfulness, Y’Know- Love ‘n’ God ‘n’ Metaphysics ‘n’ Shit never quite knows whether it’s coming or going.
Minding the Monsters brings together all of Jeff Dunham’s much-loved puppets for 80 minutes of monster-themed mayhem.
James Harle managed to grab a few tape-free moments with the man himself.
Ahead of their return to stand-up, Mick Miller and Jimmy Cricket talk about a life in comedy.
Mick Miller and Jimmy Cricket are two of the best loved – and most established – names in comedy.
Four Screws Loose will be in the Cabaret Arena this afternoon, 3pm-4pm, before taking their new show #ScrewTheWorld to Edinburgh in August. And after that, coming soon to a screen near you…