Chris Hardwick, Jay Pharoah, Brian Posehn join “Moontower Comedy & Oddity Festival” lineup
The sixth annual Moontower Comedy & Oddity Festival, along with producers the Paramount Theatre and sponsors Cap City Comedy Club,… MORE Chris Hardwick, Jay Pharoah, Brian Posehn join “Moontower Comedy & Oddity Festival” lineup appeared first on The Laugh Button.... [Read More]
Here’s your look at the “Men’s Film Festival” from “Portlandia”
In a first look clip from an upcoming episode of Portlandia, mens’ rights activists Drew and Andy (played by Fred… MORE Here’s your look at the “Men’s Film Festival” from “Portlandia” appeared first on The Laugh Button.... [Read More]
Patton Oswalt joins the Wild West Comedy Festival lineup
The fourth annual Wild West Comedy Festival, featuring some of the funniest comedians in the world and unique special events,… MORE Patton Oswalt joins the Wild West Comedy Festival lineup appeared first on The Laugh Button.... [Read More]
Laughing gear: the best live comedy to start 2017
Hilarity to come this year includes Bridget Christie battering Brexit, Sue Perkins’ post-Bake Off trip to Leicester comedy festival and a breathtaking bout of escapologyUnmissable Theatre | Pop | Film | Art | Television | GamesLots of comedy is escapist, but only Nick Mohammed’s new show... [Read More]
Laughing gear: the best live comedy to start 2017
Hilarity to come this year includes Bridget Christie battering Brexit, Sue Perkins’ post-Bake Off trip to Leicester comedy festival and a breathtaking bout of escapologyUnmissable Theatre | Pop | Film | Art | Television | GamesLots of comedy is escapist, but only Nick Mohammed’s new show... [Read More]
Laughing gear: the best live comedy to start 2017
Hilarity to come this year includes Bridget Christie battering Brexit, Sue Perkins’ post-Bake Off trip to Leicester comedy festival and a breathtaking bout of escapologyUnmissable Theatre | Pop | Film | Art | Television | GamesLots of comedy is escapist, but only Nick Mohammed’s new show... [Read More]
Laugh? I nearly died: how an aneurysm led Scott Gibson to standup
After undergoing brain surgery, call-centre worker Scott Gibson quit his job to have a crack at comedy – and ended up storming EdinburghEight years ago, while returning home from a stag do in Blackpool, Scott Gibson began getting headaches that were so excruciating he rang the NHS’s 24-h... [Read More]
Laugh? I nearly died: how an aneurysm led Scott Gibson to standup
After undergoing brain surgery, call-centre worker Scott Gibson quit his job to have a crack at comedy – and ended up storming EdinburghEight years ago, while returning home from a stag do in Blackpool, Scott Gibson began getting headaches that were so excruciating he rang the NHS’s 24-h... [Read More]
Move over Mrs Brown: comedians prefer Alan Partridge and Fawlty Towers
Gold TV has polled the professionals about their favourite comedy. But even the funniest of the funny can’t easily be reduced to scenes and one-linersSurveys of Britain’s favourite comedy – and indeed, Britain’s favourite anything – are 10 a penny; the more so in our cl... [Read More]