Sindhu Vee: Sandhog @ Soho Theatre - Event Review

January 14, 2019

It’s been a bit of time since our last comedy outing and who better to get us started in 2019 than Sindhu Vee, host of the Comedy of the Week podcast from BBC Radio 4 and guest star on numerous programmes including The Guilty Feminist podcast and Have I Got News For You? Starring in her solo show Sandhog at Soho Theatre, we were excited to see what Sindhu had in store!

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Le Gateau Chocolat @ London Hilton Park Lane

December 11, 2018

Le Gateau Chocolat is who you book when you want something absolutely amazing and unique that is guaranteed to lift the spirits of everybody in the room. Luckily for those at the International Advertising Association, Le Gateau Chocolat is exactly who they got.

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Christmas Theatre in London 2018

December 04, 2018

We love heading out to the West End and watching a theatre show. As with previous years, 2018 has no shortage of festive offerings and as such we’ve compiled a list of a number of shows that we think might take your fancy this Christmas.

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Comedy That Kills? - Ooh, Interesting! Fascinating Facts

November 30, 2018

Can comedy kill? Some believe it to be possible and in truth, there has been a number of comedy performers over the years that have died on stage figuratively and slightly fewer that died on stage literally, the excellent Tommy Cooper being one such example. But have comedians killed others? The answer is yes and this is one such fascinating story.

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Dylan Moran @ Eventim Apollo - Comedy Review

November 15, 2018

With the rest of the country hearing yet another twist in the neverending story that is Brexit, we traipsed over to Hammersmith and the Eventim Apollo to watch one of the finest comedians of the nineties, Dylan Moran, a Perrier Award winner at the Edinburgh Fringe no less.

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The Comedian Who Caused a Shortage of Toilet Paper with One Joke - Ooh, Interesting! Fascinating Facts

November 02, 2018

In the UK, we have had a number of excellent chat show hosts over the years and currently boast two in the form of Graham Norton on BBC1 and Jonathan Ross on ITV. Compared to the US though, we are way behind! Currently they have Conan O’Brien, Jimmy Kimmel, Trevor Noah, Jimmy Fallon, James Corden, Stephen Colbert, John Oliver… The list goes on and on.  This particular story involves a man in the same position as these fine folk, the joke he told and the ensuing crisis that unfolded.

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5 Favourite Moments from Would I Lie To You?

October 30, 2018

We love Would I Lie To You? The perfect blend of comedy, lies and laughter. What could be better? The storytelling is always top notch no matter who’s trying to explain their tale and there is truly no finer way to spend a casual half hour. The programme has been on since 2007 so you’d think there had been some marvellous moments and you would be right. Here are our favourites and feel free to play along if you haven’t seen the clips before!

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Performers Needed for Crisis at Christmas 2018

October 23, 2018

Christmas isn't too far away and we are hugely busy organising entertainment for Christmas parties throughout London. Unfortunately some of aren't so lucky and this is where Crisis at Christmas comes in. Every year, they attempt to make Christmas a joyful time for the thousands of homeless all across London and yes, that includes having a few volunteers to provide entertainment throughout the festive period.

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John Lewis: Never Knowingly Undertweeted @ The Drayton Arms Theatre

October 22, 2018

It isn’t all glitz and glamour within our offices, oh no! Although we do review the West End hits and the much-anticipated Christmas ballet performances, we also enjoy trekking out to the smaller theatres where creativity is often favoured over budget constraints. With this in mind, we popped by The Drayton Arms Theatre on Friday night to enjoy a fascinating and intelligent play that dealt with the idea of identity in the modern world.

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Where A 'Blue' Joke Comes From - Ooh, Interesting! Fascinating Facts

October 19, 2018

As anybody who likes comedy will tell you, you’re in for an interesting night when the comedian starts doing their ‘blue’ material. A blue joke is referred to when the comedian says something a little risqué or dirty, but where does the term come from? We’ve been investigating!

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