Today we present an exclusive five-minutes of audio weirdness from John Dredge, coming to you not live from somewhere.
Where else can you find Frank Sinatra, a Dalek, and the new K-Tel Answerometer? Paignton, maybe, but also in this brand new easy-to-fold podcast! Listen today, listening fans!
Everyone is more than well aware of the upcoming release of The World’s End and what better way to celebrate the upcoming mint choc chip flavoured movie than with an all new “Three Flavours Cornetto Trilogy Featurette”.
Phil Butler joined the the UK comedy circuit in 2001 and can now be found closing shows at many major comedy clubs such as ‘The Comedy Club’, ‘The Glee Club’, ‘Jongleurs Comedy Clubs’, and ‘The Banana Comedy Club’. He has also had the great honour of performing in front of the British troops in Iraq and more recently in Afghanistan.
ALAN PARTRIDGE: ALPHA PAPA, the highly anticipated Brit comedy film set for release this August has received it’s first FULL LENGTH trailer via MSN UK.
Whenever the works Booyakasha or Jak sie masz are muttered you automatically think Sasha Baron Cohen but lest not we forget the other mastermind behind these comic creations, Dan Mazer. I Give it a Year marks the long-standing Sasha Baron Cohen cohort’s directorial debut of a screenplay he also wrote. Boasting a massive all-star cast the film proves just how much more humour can be squeezed out of decaying relationships compared to the oh so routine lovey dovey film affairs we so often have to endure.
Our sister site, Cinema Sauce, spoke to Mazer in the run up to the DVD release. The film launches today on DVD, Blu-ray and digital download featuring deleted scenes, audio commentaries, bloopers and out-takes and featurettes from the world premiere.
Daniel Simonsen, Magnus Betnér, Fredrik Andersson, Tobias Persson, Evelyn Mok and myself. The UK comedy circuit is currently being flooded with comedians from Scandinavia coming over to make a living. I am one of them. Comin’ over here, takin’ yer stages. With the hope of creating a showcase, where it’s possible to show off the Scandinavian talent, I have created a comedy night with a Nordic theme. Every month I bring to you, a brilliant Scandinavian act and mix him or her up with other comedians. THIS JUNE we have the amazing Mr Brian Mørk – a Danish comedian with his own show (The Brian Mørk Show) in Denmark and countless TV appearances and one-man-shows behind him. We have had a little chat with him about being a Danish comedian performing in London, what he expects and what we should expect. Meet Mr. Mørk:
It was already a sold out charity show at the Bloomsbury Theatre featuring my all time favourite stand-up, Michael McIntyre. I was so lucky to get a ticket. I had begged for a ticket from anyone that I knew, in any and every charity that could help get me a ticket. Eventually, I heard there were a few standing room only tickets…boom! I was in like Flynn. We had to stand but it was worth it.