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Friday, October 13, 2017

Joseph Morpurgo’s Hammerhead is couched as the televised post-show discussion for an obscenely indulgent vanity project based on Frankenstein.

As the only fringe comic to scoop best newcomer and best stand-up on consecutive years, John Kearns became his own tough act to follow

Yorkshire-born actor, writer and comedian Matt Green 38, lives in West Hampstead. Famed for his observational personal story-telling he performs at the Camden Comedy Club on August 8-10 as part of the Camden Fringe

Just to prove there’s life, and laughter after childbirth, Bring Your Own Baby comedy starts a monthly event in Crouch End.

Greg Wetherall talks to Hampstead comic David Baddiel about truth and vulnerability

Baddiel exudes an everyman aura and ensures that this show feels inclusive and personable

BRIDGET GALTON talks to the comedian and ex corporate lawyer about positivity, feminism, depression and speaking her mind

The panel show star and writer of hit comedies tells BRIDGET GALTON about his latest stand up show

BRIDGET GALTON talks to a comic trying to reverse our negative image of clowning

Bridget Galton talks to Rob Carter, the comic behind a spoof literary salon which lampoons the pretentious intellectualism of author Q&As

Zoe Paskett talks to Kentish Town based comedian Lou Sanders, who is capturing tour audiences with her surreal style

Comedian Eleanor Conway has flaws and won’t apologise for it. She talks with ZOE PASKETT about addiction, tinder and her first stand up show

Ben Bailey Smith aka Doc Brown talks to Zoe Paskett about music, success in comedy and why he doesn’t ever do TV panel shows

Name a political heavyweight from the UK and the chances are Matt Forde has interviewed them on his Political Party. He talks to Zoe Paskett ahead of his latest show.

Comedian Harry Shearer and singer Judith Owen talk to Zoe Paskett about meeting through Spinal Tap, embracing a sing-a-long, Donald Trump and making Christmas great again

Jimeoin’s inspired silliness has made him a favourite down under, but the Irish comic tells BRIDGET GALTON it’s not rocket science; it’s just good fun

Perhaps because nobody right now wants to see a film about the struggles of a good banker.

Jay Rayner talks to Zoe Paskett about his new book and one man show, The Ten (Food) Commandments

It’s predictable (though with the occasional inversion of audience expectations) and scares are carefully rationed out

“Anti-Semitism is all the rage”, quips Jewish comedian Mark Maier.

Running comedy clubs can be like herding a particularly wayward gaggle of cats

Adam Bloom is a comic’s comic, once named by Ricky Gervais as his “favourite comedian”. A regular at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival who made three series of his own Radio 4 show, he spoke to Imogen Blake ahead of his headline gig at the launch night of Camden’s Just the Tonic comedy club on May 28 in Camden Lock – what was Camden Jongleurs.

For a man intent on bringing down the establishment, Mark Thomas is an exceptionally gracious interviewee.

David Baddiel has a love-hate relationship with social media.

The death last year of Keith Harris catapulted Nina Conti to the heady heights of the UK’s foremost ventriloquist - barring Roger De Courcey of Nookie Bear fame.

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