Robert Gillespie, who recently published a new memoir, Are You Going to Take that Little Jump? discusses Keep It in The Family with Andy Howells in the latest part of the Entertainment South Wales video series.
In the second part of our video interview with British actor, writer and director, Robert Gillespie, Andy Howells discovers what it was like for Robert to write comedy for the satire series That Was The Week That Was in the 1960s and feature in a classic scene of Rising Damp in the 1970s.
Newport’s Riverfront Theatre and Arts Centre is co-producing a comedy-theatre piece with Newport-based performer Justin Teddy Cliffe on 21st and 22nd October, their first studio theatre performance and co-production since 2020, with support from Arts Council of Wales. The TigerFace Show is a semi-autobiographical, partly improvised, comedy-performance piece about childhood dreams, adulthood and mental health.Continue reading “The Tigerface Show Reminds Adults ‘What We Want To Be When We Grow Up!’”
50 Things About Us is the latest show from comedian Mark Thomas who combines his trademark mix of storytelling, stand-up, mischief and r well researched material to examine how we have come to inhabit this divided wasteland that some of us call the United Kingdom.
Edinburgh Comedy Award, Rose D’Or and South Bank Sky Arts Award winner Bridget Christie is to tour the UK this autumn with her brand-new stand-up show Who Am I?
Tez Ilyas, one of stand-up comedy’s rising stars will embark on a nationwide tour later this year with The Vicked Tour.
Four of Wales’ best-loved festivals, Festival of Voice, FOCUS Wales, Other Voices Cardigan and Aberystwyth Comedy Festival, have joined forces in lockdown to create Gŵyl 2021; a free, online festival packed with unforgettable music and comedy, embracing diversity and dialogue.
If you want to combat lock down blues with laughter, Chapter Arts Centre have an antidote on offer with a stellar line-up for their next virtual comedy gig, hosted by Welsh comedian Robin Morgan.
Andy Howells reviews actor, David Barry’s memoir about working on the classic TV situation comedies Please Sir! and The Fenn Street Gang.
Andy Howells reviews Apollo theatre’s presentation of Round The Horne which runs at New Theatre, Cardiff from February 18-19, 2020.