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DEAD MAN DOWN features protagonist Colin Farrell (Total Recall, In Bruges), Noomi Rapace (PROMETHEUS, SHERLOCK HOLMES: A GAME OF SHADOWS), Dominic Cooper (DEVIL’S DOUBLE) and Terrence Howard (IRON MAN) and marks Danish director Niels Arden Oplev‘s (THE GIRL WITH THE DRAGON TATTOO) American theatrical debut.
This week Comedy Chords brings you the second episode of The Living Room Sessions, in association with The Stand Comedy Club, with chat, reviews and discussions presented by three Stand regulars; Gus Lymburn, Gareth Waugh & Keir McAllister.
This month’s podcast features Tom Stade’s first ever interview on a podcast, insight into the up-coming Glasgow International Comedy, and the team take on the role of a compere with comedians Martin Mor, Joe Heenan and Jojo Sutherland. This month’s music is provided by Dogshit Johnstone. Gus is also in for a rather special surprise.
Stand-up comedian James Acaster has come up quite the unique format for a brand new radio comedy show which will delve into the subject of ‘bread’, and we’re not talking the money kind. The show takes to the airwaves on BBC Radio 4 next Tuesday at 23:00 when James will be accompanied by his trusty sidekick Nathaniel Metcalfe.
On Thursday, April, 4, 2013 (19:30) get ready to laugh your socks off with an excellent line-up from the best that the current comedy circuit has to offer.
Sajeela Kershi: “Smart, funny, with a mischievous glint’ The Times.
Jo Ogden: ‘Naturally dry delivery’ Three Weeks
Daphna Baram: ‘Loud and vivacious’ Three Weeks
and Matt Price: ‘Price’s storytelling skills are superb’ Chortle
Comedian Darren Walsh, runner up in the prestigious Hackney New Act of the Year (NATY) and also the Laughing Horse New Act of the Year is bringing his first ever half hour solo show of puns, surreal nonsense and clowning with technology to the Brighton Fringe this year.
Following yesterday’s confirmation of the date and time of BBC Two’s Life’s To Short Easter Special (Saturday 30 March, 10pm) an exclusive video was posted this morning on the BBC’s official website.
Ricky Gervais introduces us to this one-off special and the cult stars and there’s a special clip showing us that Shaun Williamson, Keith Chegwin and Les Dennis could very well have a singing career ahead of them.
There will be a further two exclusive teaser clips release next week prior to the show.
The Amused Moose Laugh Off Quarterfinals will take place at The Hen and Chicken’s Theatre, London on Monday March 25 consisting of two shows on the same night with different comedians.
Further to the qualifying auditions of more than 500 entrants and the first eight heats held a couple of weeks ago, the audience are once again invited to vote, in conjunction with comedy industry talent scouts, for who they believe should be the next breakthrough comedians. Now is your chance to to be in at the beginning in the search for the next Sarah Millican, Jack Whitehall or Jimmy Carr.
The first of these two shows is at 7pm, with doors opening a quarter of an hour beforehand. Host Joel Dommett (BBC’s Popatron) will introduce comedians Alex Smith, Ben Anderson, Daryl Perry, Masud Milas, Nicky Wilkinson and Robin Morgan. This will be followed up by the second show at 9pm, with the doors once again opening fifteen minutes earlier. Joel Dommett will return to present comedians Chris Pacey, Dave Green, Hill & Weedon, Jenny Collier, Luke Graves and Sindhu V.
Venue: Hen & Chickens Theatre, 109 St Pauls Road, London N1 2NA
Tube Station : Highbury & Islington
Tickets cost a mere £6 and you can book at the following number: 020 7704 2001 (answerphone)
For any further details you can visit www.amusedmoose.com/shows
This one-off episode finds Warwick’s life running smoothly at the helm of Dwarves For Hire when his old friend Val Kilmer pays him a visit to brainstorm the idea of a Willow sequel, which ultimately comes at a cost. Now having to find money to fund the projhect, Warwick holds an investment seminar and manages to rope in none other than Keith Chegwin, Les Dennis and Shaun Williamson to put on a cabaret show, The All Star Funtime Roadshow, to tour the pubs and clubs. It looks like we’ll be witnessing a version of Family Fortunes like no other. With the helping hand of his accountant, spiritual leader and ex-wife, and old friends Ricky and Stephen, Warwick will be have the weight of the world on his shoulders as he has to juggle his agency clients, the roadshow and Val Kilmer’s vision of filming the highly anticipated Willow sequel.
The BBC have now released a series of exclusive images and the broadcast date has been confirmed for us by Cheggers Plays Pop himself:
— Keith Chegwin (@thekeithchegwin) 20 de marzo de 2013