Interviews

Latest video interviews.


In ‘Disgraceful’, Lucy Best recounts her naughty personal history, confronting issues of anxiety & misplaced shame; review/interview

“I want this show to be fun…I don’t want to dwell on the difficult bits but, of course, there were ...
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“Comedy is my way of making us all feel human together, because you can’t laugh with someone and hate them at the same time.”: Alice Fraser review & interview

“Sometimes I realize that I write my shows upside down.” REVIEW Alice Fraser, Chronos The Greek Centre Reviewed: 21 April ...
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Making ‘When the Camera Stopped Rolling’ marked a new phase in Jane Castle’s barbed relationship with her remarkable mother

“I never actually wanted to make a film about her. I kinda had the shits with her.” While When the ...
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Hard work still feels like play and experience has made stress a smaller issue for comedy festival fixture Simon Taylor: review/interview

“I do like that idea of the audience seeing you grow.” REVIEW Simon Taylor: Epic The Toff in Town Reviewed ...
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In ‘Young, Dumb and Full of Mum’ Rose Callaghan discovers how having a child involves changing more than nappies: review & interview

“When I see what other women are going through and how hard they have it then I’m, like, ‘whoa! No-one’s ...
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For Daniel Muggleton taking aim at tough topics has become a specialty as he tears through issues of whiteness, genocide and the willful ignorance of bogan culture

“I try and talk about intense things because they’re what people need to laugh about.” REVIEW Daniel Muggleton: White and ...
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Brazen, bawdy and back on stage, Bev Killick returns to spread her special brand of joy, stroke be damned: review & interview

“Seriously, I kid you not, nine days after my stroke I was on stage.” – Bev Killick REVIEW Bev Killick: ...
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