Clowns, Comedy & Commentary

The Horne Section w/ Tim Key (2017)

There is something ever so comfortable about The Horne Section – they get on stage and within minutes you feel feel like one of the guys, part of the banter, in on the joke. It's an incredible skill and is one... Continue Reading →


Andrew Maxwell: Showtime (2017)

Sure thing, no-brainer, it's in the bag, guaranteed, easy three points...  Money! I am running out of ways to clarify that, on any night, Andrew Maxwell will kill it! The Clown Prince of Comedy is back and once again he... Continue Reading →

Mark Thomas: A Show that Gambles on the Future (2017)

And the future leader of the Clown Party and our next Prime Minister is... Why does this man not run for government? I am not a particularly politically minded person but this clown makes me think, challenges my attitudes and... Continue Reading →

Nick Helm: Masterworks in Progress ’17 (2017)

As the star of Uncle and the most sympathetic character in the recent Channel 4 series Loaded Nick Helm knows a thing or two about drama. And it is this knowledge that is responsible for one of the darkest and most compelling... Continue Reading →

Robin Ince: Rorschach Test (2017)

I sometimes wonder if I like Robin Ince because telling people that I have been to see him makes me feel high-brow and intellectual... I then remember that I am neither of those things and as much as some of... Continue Reading →

Katy Brand: I Could’ve been an Astronaut (2017)

It doesn't seem all that long ago that Katy Brand was a regular on our TV screens with her incredibly well crafted parodies of singers such as Lily Allen or the late Amy Winehouse. The reality of course is that... Continue Reading →

Pierre Novellie: Self Titled (2017)

Okay, hands up time, I had no idea who Pierre Novellie was! I realise that this highlights a rather large hole in my comedy knowledge but it is a mistake that I am thrilled to have corrected. We were looking... Continue Reading →

Phil Wang: Kinabula (2017)

I wasn't sure what to expect when I walked in to Phil Wang's new solo show but it certainly wasn't what I got. My first experience of Phil Wang was a number of years ago at the Fringe on a... Continue Reading →

Richard Pryor: Live in Concert (REC:1979)

Richard Pryor is undeniably one of the greatest and most influential stand-up comedians of all time. 'Live in Concert' is arguably the best example of his work available today and offers a wonderful insight into the the style and delivery... Continue Reading →

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