Margaret Cho review – queen of lurid bad taste roars back from rehab
Comedy Box, Bristol Cho returns to the mic for a full-frontal comedy carnival, tackling Weinstein and Trump – and leaving leaving prudery and inhibition in her wakeSince her last UK visit, Korean-American comic Margaret Cho has spent over a year in rehab, after friends intervened to rescue her... [Read More]
Margaret Cho review – queen of lurid bad taste roars back from rehab
Comedy Box, Bristol Cho returns to the mic for a full-frontal comedy carnival, tackling Weinstein and Trump – and leaving leaving prudery and inhibition in her wakeSince her last UK visit, Korean-American comic Margaret Cho has spent over a year in rehab, after friends intervened to rescue her... [Read More]
Margaret Cho: ‘I love Pauline and her pens from The League of Gentlemen’
The American standup and actor on the things that make her laugh the most, from Paul Foot to her motherIt was Paul Foot’s private show for specially selected audience members at a small pub in London. The show began with Paul seating the audience, then making jokes about each of them. It was i... [Read More]
Margaret Cho: ‘I love Pauline and her pens from The League of Gentlemen’
The American standup and actor on the things that make her laugh the most, from Paul Foot to her motherIt was Paul Foot’s private show for specially selected audience members at a small pub in London. The show began with Paul seating the audience, then making jokes about each of them. It was i... [Read More]
Margaret Cho: ‘I love Pauline and her pens from The League of Gentlemen’
The American standup and actor on the things that make her laugh the most, from Paul Foot to her motherIt was Paul Foot’s private show for specially selected audience members at a small pub in London. The show began with Paul seating the audience, then making jokes about each of them. It was i... [Read More]
Margaret Cho: ‘I love Pauline and her pens from The League of Gentlemen’
The American standup and actor on the things that make her laugh the most, from Paul Foot to her motherIt was Paul Foot’s private show for specially selected audience members at a small pub in London. The show began with Paul seating the audience, then making jokes about each of them. It was i... [Read More]
No holds barred and funny as hell: the fierce humour of Margaret Cho
One of America’s most politically outspoken standups is finally bringing her savage brand of comedy to BritainIf you have never heard of Margaret Cho, think the caustic, crude comedy of Joan Rivers, the politically-charged jibes of Bill Hicks and the quick-witted improvisation of Robin William... [Read More]
Don't go there? Standups on Weinstein, taboos – and the gags they regret
Is it ever OK for comedians to joke about sexual assault? Is there such a thing as ‘too soon’? Margaret Cho, Doug Stanhope, David Cross and other fearless comics on the fine line between funny and offensiveLast month, as accusations against Harvey Weinstein began to flood in, James Corde... [Read More]
Margaret Cho tells a great John Travolta story on “Talk Show, The Game Show”
This week, the one and only Margaret Cho stops by Guy Branum‘s Talk Show, the Game Show, and the stand-up /… MORE Margaret Cho tells a great John Travolta story on “Talk Show, The Game Show” appeared first on The Laugh Button.... [Read More]
Margaret Cho tells a great John Travolta story on “Talk Show, The Game Show”
This week, the one and only Margaret Cho stops by Guy Branum‘s Talk Show, the Game Show, and the stand-up… MORE Margaret Cho tells a great John Travolta story on “Talk Show, The Game Show” appeared first on The Laugh Button.... [Read More]