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Last Days to Enter BBC New Comedy Award

June 25, 2013 |

The BBC Radio New Comedy Award is back with a vengeance for 2013 and you only have a few more days to prove you have what it takes to become the future face (and voice) of stand-up comedy. Read More

ALAN PARTRIDGE IS AFTER A NEW ASSISTANT. APPLY WITHIN

June 25, 2013 |

Everyone’s favourite North Norfolk radio personality Alan Partridge has initiated a nationwide search for a new personal assistant, joining forces with the Norwich Evening News and Eastern Daily Press. Read More

Paul Daniels – “Dynamo and David Blaine are too limited for me”

May 2, 2013 |

Paul Daniels is a British magician and television performer.  He achieved international fame through his television series The Paul Daniels Magic Show, which ran on the BBC from 1979 to 1994. Read More

The Place Beyond The Pines Review

April 11, 2013 |

The Place Beyond the Pines comes after Derek Cianfrance‘s last outing, 2011’s heart-breaking anti-romance Blue Valentine that breaks people. The story of a couple at the beginning and end of their relationship with no coverage of the seven year gap. It was intimate, it fixated on them as a couple at their birth and their death. It’s one of the most real films that one can experience especially if you’ve had a similar experience that it can leave you completely harrowed for days and days. The Place Beyond the Pines is a much bigger film, scope and budget wise, considering it follows in an episodic fashion of three different stories that are linked as it passes from one to the other. This episodic direction makes it much harder to advertise it correctly and it hasn’t really; it seems like another cops and robbers but it’s far from it. Read More

Ricky Grover Does The Comedy Shuffle

April 9, 2013 |

Ricky Grover is best known for playing Andrew Cotton in Eastenders but he is back to remind us that he is also one of the funniest and well respected acts in comedy with the launch of his new Comedy Shuffle club. In a nod to his East London roots his new club is in London’s only super casino in Stratford. Read More

THE JOHN DREDGE NOTHING TO DO WITH ANYTHING SHOW – SERIES 1, PROG 6

April 9, 2013 |

This week sees the final epsiode of the first series of John Dredge’s Nothing To Do With Anything Show. Today’s indie comedy special includes the brand new single by Fractious Nit and a chat with pop twinnock Rex Twix.

The music mayhem continues with Madonna and Morrissey (shown above wearing masks of each other in a jolly little jape) arguing in the kitchen, and there’s another mention of New Malden and the odd uncanny reference to….. steam engines.

Not only that but John is still on the look out for people to take part in the Get in the Sideboard with a Crazed Lion feature, so do get in touch. Read More

Retweet After Me – Maggie’s Final Furlong

April 8, 2013 |

Retweet After Me – 25/03/2013

This weekend witnessed the first Grand National since the horsemeat scandal so not surprisingly Twitter was awash with Parker and Parker jokes…

Despite a mad Tsunami of Thatcher jokes today we felt it best to end with a simple tweet about a priceless news headline misprint.

Here’s who and what made us laugh in 140 characters or less this weekend:


Sofie Hagen’s Comedy Crush #1 Damian Clark

April 7, 2013 |

Damian Clark is an Australian stand-up comedian who supported Kevin Bridges on his latest tour. Damian prefers tea over coffee, brunettes over blondes (good choice, Dam-o!), summer over winter and he thinks that nothing beats a good night of relaxation on the couch. He’s an all-round good guy. Read More

Colin Hoult/Bryan Medici Interview: Medici and The Holy Trinity Outtakes to Feature Heavily as DVD Extras

April 5, 2013 |

Colin Hoult has the amazing ability of swiching from one comedic character to another in the blink of an eyelid. Although famous for a plethora of personas, one that has gained him a great deal of critical acclaim recently was his hilarious portrayal of Warwick Davis’ spiritual adviser, Bryan Medici. Read More

Paul F Tompkins (Part Two): “My anger is saved for injustice”

April 5, 2013 |

Paul F Tompkins is an American stand-up comedian, voice-over artist, podcaster, actor and comedy writer – basically, a can-do-and-does-it-all kinda guy. He is currently doing his show “Crying and Driving” in London and Comedy Chords got a chance to chat to him to talk about his career, stand-up and future plans. Read More