The critically acclaimed improvisational front runner Showstopper! The Improvised Musical comes to the Grand Theatre in Swansea on 8th November.
Her new show is called Rose-Tinted, which suggests Angela Barnes is a glass-half-full kind of woman. Yet the stand-up, while being bright and cheery in person, admits being a pessimist. The stand-up star chats to Vanessa Lee.
Andy Parsons is on a mission with his new stand-up tour. In one simple nutshell, he’s looking to heal this divided nation. Brian Donaldson talks to the comedian.
Ahead of St David’s Hall show, Welsh comedian Rob Woodward chats to Neil Collins
One of the most exciting young comedy acts in the UK, Liverpudlian comedian Adam Rowe is currently touring the UK and is bringing his show Undeniable. Adam recently took time out to talk comedy with Andy Howells.
Ahead of an appearance at Cardiff’s Sherman Theatre with his latest show Partly Political, Vanessa Lee talks to satirist and impressionist Rory Bremner. Wherever you stand politically, you must acknowledge that this is a great time for political comedy – no wonder that Rory Bremner, the UK’s most famous impressionist, has decided to tour aContinue reading “Laughter Lines: Rory Bremner on Party Political”
After selling out an often-extended Off-Broadway run, an Australian tour and a run at London’s Soho Theatre, RuPaul’s Drag Race winner Jinkx Monsoon will bring The Vaudevillians, a bawdy, rowdy musical comedy co-starring composer and musician Major Scales to Cardiff as part of a UK tour in November Throughout the 1920’s Kitty Witless and Dr.Continue reading “Laughter Lines: Jinkx Monsoon Discusses The Vaudevillians”
On his quest to bring his show to some areas of the country he has yet to visit, comedian Mark Watson has committed his latest show, The MW tour to visit places beginning with M or W, his initials – as they’ve already shown a commitment by having those names in the first place. ThreeContinue reading “Laughter Lines: Mark Watson Discusses The MW Tour Coming To Wales”
Across three hilarious decades, Jason Byrne has been pulling in huge crowds with his unique brand of madcap nonsense, crazy props and delirium-induced improv. His major success with critically acclaimed live tours including Cats Under Mats Having Chats With Bats and 20 Years A Clown is furthermore boosted by his screen appearances on the likesContinue reading “Laughter Lines: Jason Byrne Discusses New Show The Man With Three Brains”
Josie Long’s rescheduled show from February entitled Something Better will be performed at Cardiff’s Clwb Ifor Bach on May 24-25. Following the sell-out success of her previous show Cara Josephine, Josie’s eighth solo stand-up show focuses on optimism and hopefulness. Andy Howells recently put questions to the comedian. What lead you into comedy?I am aContinue reading “Laughter Lines with Josie Long”