Clowns, Comedy & Commentary



George Carlin: It’s Bad for Ya (recorded 2008)

For a great many of my generation the first time that we encountered George Carlin was probably as Rufus in the Bill and Ted Movies. A cool and memorable character without doubt. But if that is where you left your... Continue Reading →

Rik Mayall: Live (recorded 1990)

Richard Dangerous, Lord Flashheart, Alan B'stard, Drop Dead Fred, Richie Richard, Kevin Turvey, Rick from the Young Ones... this legendary clown has created so many iconic, scene-stealing characters that he is destined to be discovered by new generations of comedy... Continue Reading →

Nigel Ng: VAULT festival (WiP 2020)

What an unusual evening. To put that comment into perspective it started with us sitting on the floor in an upstairs souk drinking gin and eating wedges... but that was not the weird part. Our Vault Festival venue for the... Continue Reading →

Carl Donnelly & Julian Deane: Two Vegan Idiots (2020)

One of my favourite things about hitting Vault Festival on a Sunday is the fact that the entire venue seemingly comes out of nowhere. One minute you are in a dead part of London with very little going on then... Continue Reading →

Police Cops: Badass Be Thy Name (redux 2020)

No, you are not experiencing deja vu, we have in fact covered this particular show before. You can read that glowing Police Cops review right here. We are writing this redux in response to an accusation from an acquaintance down... Continue Reading →

Lauren Pattison: The Big Show (headliner 2020)

We must stress at the outset that this is by no means intended to be a full review of Lauren Pattison, that will surely come at a later date. We had been hoping to catch Lauren Pattison live for a... Continue Reading →

Mitch Hedberg: Mitch All Together (recorded 2003)

"I used to do drugs. I still do, but I used to, too." This is one of Mitch Hedberg more famous quotes, in his unique delivery style it is still very funny but put in to the context of his... Continue Reading →

Victoria Wood: Victoria at the Albert (recorded 2001)

After watching Tim Minchin perform the other night it really got me thinking about all of the other great ivory tinkling clowns. The likes of Flo & Joan and Bill Bailey absolutely know how to rock the keys but whenever... Continue Reading →

Tim Minchin: Back (2019)

Back in 2005 I was "dragged" to a comedy show at the Soho Theatre. Musical comedy was never really my thing and as much as the piano playing Aussie who looked a bit like Bill Bailey's love child sounded amusing... Continue Reading →

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