6 things a northerner learns living in London
A whole new world. A whole new, expensive, not-as-warm-as-expected, busy, confusing world.
Interview: Ed Byrne
Comedian Ed Byrne will be bringing his new show, Outside, Looking In, to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival this August.ent.
The Many Faces of Rik Mayall
Last year the whole world was shocked by the news of Rik Mayall's death. Bold, dynamic and more energtic than a hedgehog on drugs, Rik had a long and varied career as an outstanding actor and comedian.
Comedy Review: Katherine Ryan at the Nuffield Theatre
The Nuffield Theatre’s comedy line up this year is stunning, and what better way to dive right into it than an evening with the tour-de-force that is panel show legend, Katherine Ryan.
Interview: Holly Walsh
We met with comedian Holly Walsh and asked her a few questions about her Edinburgh Fringe gig, her opinion on women in comedy and her involvement with the BBC show Dead Boss.
Video: Seann Walsh's shortcuts in life
Seann Walsh is on hand to save you time. With tips on everything from cooking to accommodation to shopping, his genius tips will save you hours of your day. Probably.
Top 10 Monty Python sketches
As the Python boys announce a special one off gig in London next year, here are ten of our favourite Python sketches.
Edinburgh Fringe Interview: The Three Half Pints
With Edinburgh Fringe kicking off today, many acts have their work cut out. For slapstick comedy trio The Three Half Pints, it's no different. Meet the three men of less than average height but with hearts of pure comedy gold...
BRANNIGAN: The word that should have never been lost
Definition of BRANNIGAN: a drinking spree.
Comedy Review: Russell Kane @ Lancaster Grand
Perhaps contrary to the loud, hyperactive, sexually ambiguous figure who accompanied Radio One heart throb Greg James on Unzipped last year, Posturing Delivery, Kane‚Äôs second major stand up tour, is surprisingly grown up, introspective and insightful.