Abi Cutler and Hannah Billingsley-Dadd takes an in-depth look at Robin Williams’ and Rowan Atkinson’s careers.
“I originally intended to call the show, I’ll Millennial You in a Minute, but my promoter considered the title, “off-puttingly baffling”. That’s my own chainsaw in the photo, by the way.” – Ed Byrne.
Polly Marquis reviews ComedySoc’s “impressively witty” Don Giovanni’s Emporium of Salami and Origami.
Activist and comedian Mark Thomas is coming to The Point, Eastleigh (07/11/2017).
As he prepares to head out on his latest tour of the UK, Film Editor David takes a look back at the career of one of the UK’s most popular comedians.
Damian Meaden takes a look at a rising star in the comedy world.
Freya Millard reviews the first Laughter Lounge of Freshers’ 2017 (26/09/2017).
Writer Abi discusses comedian Ruby Wax, and her notable work in the field of mental health.
Live editor Carly-May Kavanagh reviews Russell Brand’s Re:Birth tour after his Southampton appearance (02/05/17).
Live Editor Carly-May Kavanagh on what makes David O’Doherty such a great comedian.
Abi Cutler discusses how wacky, eyeliner-wielding Australian, Tim Minchin, went from piano-playing comic to award-winning composer.
Damian Meaden reviews Josh Widdcombe’s ‘What Do I Do Now?’ tour.
Robert Pratley tells us why Dave Gorman is a comedian to watch out for.
James Barker reviews Catherine Tate’s new live show, which brings her hilarious character impressions to Portsmouth (19/11/16).