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comedy Tag Archive

Laughing your Com-Socs off

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October 2nd saw the fresher’s showcase of Newcastle Comedy Society in a three-part show of stand-up, sketch and improvised comedy. The show was performed in a packed-out room in...

No, woke culture didn’t kill comedy

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Elisabetta Pulcini dissects Todd Phillips' comments about the limitations that modern society places on comedians and comedy ...

BoJack Horseman season six! What do we know? Do we know things? Let’s find out!

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Alfie Blincowe BoJack Horseman's return for a sixth and final season. ...

Review: Richard Herring’s Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

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Peter Bath offers his thoughts on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast. ...

For women in comedy, “the fight is never, ever won”: Interview with comedian Susie McCabe

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Joe Molander's interview offers an insight into the work of comedian Susie McCabe. ...

“It’ll all work out, because we have no other choice”: Interview with comedian Abigoliah Schamaun

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Joe Molander discusses Abigoliah Schamaun's new show in an interview with the comic. ...

Newcastle’s best comic relief

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Joe Molander discusses comedy with North East-based comedians Raul Kohli and Jordon Best. Featured image from The Stand Comedy Club, Newcastle What’s the North East comedy scene...

“If I can make it funny, I’m then allowed to make my point”: Interview with comedian Geoff Norcott

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Right wing comedian Geoff Norcott talks comedy and politics with Joe Molander, recorded at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in August 2019....

Fringe review: the People’s Boat

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The title is, unsurprisingly, very representative of the play. The People’s Boat is about Brexit, is set at sea, and is full of puns. The comedy focuses on four Southerners who...

Fringe review: the Newcastle Revue with Tyne & Tyne Again

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Tyne & Tyne Again showcases a delightful smorgasbord of what Newcastle Comedy Society has to offer. For my first ever show at the Fringe, I was unsure what to expect, and it...