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Scotsman
Edinburgh Festival snobs ‘look down on comedians”Award. Other winners of the prize who have gone on to huge success in theatre,
Scotsman / Posted 11 days ago
Award. Other winners of the prize who have gone on to huge success in theatre, film and television include Steve Coogan, Al Murray, The League of Gentlemen, Dylan Moran and Sarah Millican. Ms Burns added: “Comedy is probably the hardest genres... Read more
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Evening Standard
Loose Brie, comedy review: Whiff of the weirdnew home at the ever-popular Roof Gardens. Known as 'Jimmy Carr's favourite com
Evening Standard / Posted 15 days ago
new home at the ever-popular Roof Gardens. Known as 'Jimmy Carr's favourite comedy club', the Ginglik has had everyone from Al Murray to Robin Williams play, and is set for more success. The likes of Stewart Lee, Reginald D Hunter and Tony Law play... Read more
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Evening Standard
Margaret Cho: 'I feel like I have to apologise for Donald Trump'new home at the ever-popular Roof Gardens. Known as 'Jimmy Carr's favourite com
Evening Standard / Posted 17 days ago
new home at the ever-popular Roof Gardens. Known as 'Jimmy Carr's favourite comedy club', the Ginglik has had everyone from Al Murray to Robin Williams play, and is set for more success. The likes of Stewart Lee, Reginald D Hunter and Tony Law play... Read more
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Daily Record
'I'll have a wee riot' Craig Hill returns to Edinburgh Fringe for 19th yearAlex Salmond. Also at the Fringe, which starts next Friday and runs until Augu
Daily Record / Posted 21 days ago
Alex Salmond. Also at the Fringe, which starts next Friday and runs until August 28, big guns like Sue Perkins, Ruby Wax, Al Murray and Phil Jupitus will join the nearly 3500 acts in 300 venues. Fringe veteran Craig admitted: “I reckon it is... Read more
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heraldscotland
Farm safety is a lifestyle, not a sloganthrough the job properly, don’t try to cut corners!" Also helping to raise awa
heraldscotland / Posted 23 days ago
through the job properly, don’t try to cut corners!" Also helping to raise awareness during Farm Safety Week is comedian Al Murray, who has revealed his own experience of a farm accident as a youngster. After hearing cries nearby whilst cycling... Read more
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Evening Standard
London Hughes: 'I'm fighting so much stigma just to tell jokes'new home at the ever-popular Roof Gardens. Known as 'Jimmy Carr's favourite com
Evening Standard / Posted 29 days ago
new home at the ever-popular Roof Gardens. Known as 'Jimmy Carr's favourite comedy club', the Ginglik has had everyone from Al Murray to Robin Williams play, and is set for more success. The likes of Stewart Lee, Reginald D Hunter and Tony Law play... Read more
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Evening Standard
Latitude Festival has become the go-to event for a full-on comedy fixnew home at the ever-popular Roof Gardens. Known as 'Jimmy Carr's favourite com
Evening Standard / Posted a month ago
new home at the ever-popular Roof Gardens. Known as 'Jimmy Carr's favourite comedy club', the Ginglik has had everyone from Al Murray to Robin Williams play, and is set for more success. The likes of Stewart Lee, Reginald D Hunter and Tony Law play... Read more
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Evening Standard
Rob Delaney review: Made Frankie Boyle seem like a pussycatnew home at the ever-popular Roof Gardens. Known as 'Jimmy Carr's favourite com
Evening Standard / Posted 1 months ago
new home at the ever-popular Roof Gardens. Known as 'Jimmy Carr's favourite comedy club', the Ginglik has had everyone from Al Murray to Robin Williams play, and is set for more success. The likes of Stewart Lee, Reginald D Hunter and Tony Law play... Read more
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Evening Standard
Ellie Taylor on motherhood, modelling and the Edinburgh Fringenew home at the ever-popular Roof Gardens. Known as 'Jimmy Carr's favourite com
Evening Standard / Posted 1 months ago
new home at the ever-popular Roof Gardens. Known as 'Jimmy Carr's favourite comedy club', the Ginglik has had everyone from Al Murray to Robin Williams play, and is set for more success. The likes of Stewart Lee, Reginald D Hunter and Tony Law play... Read more
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Evening Standard
Daniel Kitson: Howard Hughes of comedy a grand master of monologuesnew home at the ever-popular Roof Gardens. Known as 'Jimmy Carr's favourite com
Evening Standard / Posted 1 months ago
new home at the ever-popular Roof Gardens. Known as 'Jimmy Carr's favourite comedy club', the Ginglik has had everyone from Al Murray to Robin Williams play, and is set for more success. The likes of Stewart Lee, Reginald D Hunter and Tony Law play... Read more
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