Factually Inaccurate #9: Thom Tuck, Luke Rollason, Camilla Borges, Luke Beahan, Ben Lund-Conlon

Ooooooooh this was a nice show. The kind of show that reminds you why you got into being a fictional owl who puts on comedy nights in the first place. Despite being an owl, we were super happy to see a dog in the audience. Waffles sat in the front row and was impeccably behaved,Continue reading “Factually Inaccurate #9: Thom Tuck, Luke Rollason, Camilla Borges, Luke Beahan, Ben Lund-Conlon”

Factually Inaccurate #8: Isy Suttie, Sam Nicoresti, Joz Norris

[Editor’s note: sorry for the late write up. It has been an emotional time.] Crivens what a show! Comedy promotion is a thing of many moving parts, and for this one all those moving parts collided, in mid air, triumphantly. We’re getting closer each month to what the night looks like in our head: thanksContinue reading “Factually Inaccurate #8: Isy Suttie, Sam Nicoresti, Joz Norris”

Factually Inaccurate #7: Bex Turner, Charlie Vero-Martin, Richard Vranch, Alex Bertulis-Fernandes and Arthur Smith

Hello! Did you miss us? Omicron knocked out our December and January shows, and it also threatened to do a number on our February return. Two days before the show, both our headliner, Isy Suttie, and our tech hero, Jamie, caught the ‘Vid. Did they catch it off each other? We will never know, andContinue reading “Factually Inaccurate #7: Bex Turner, Charlie Vero-Martin, Richard Vranch, Alex Bertulis-Fernandes and Arthur Smith”

Factually Inaccurate #6: Athena Kugblenu, Monica Gaga, Suchandrika Chakrabarti, Dan Willis, and Charlie Vero-Martin

What a show! With every month I feel like we get slightly closer to what we want the night to be, which is good, given our remit is EXTREMELY WOOLLY and, like most humans and animals in society, we really have no clue what we’re doing. As host, I tried a different tack to normalContinue reading “Factually Inaccurate #6: Athena Kugblenu, Monica Gaga, Suchandrika Chakrabarti, Dan Willis, and Charlie Vero-Martin”

Interview with Jacob Hatton: “I have never made any man laugh outside a pub”

Hello! How would you describe your comedy to a middle manager from Dunstable, should the need arise as hopefully it never will? Imaginative stand up with a dreamy twist (the dream is the bad one where you are late to an exam and also naked)  You’ve been described as hyper-absurdist, possibly by me, a fictionalContinue reading “Interview with Jacob Hatton: “I have never made any man laugh outside a pub””

An interview with Alex Berlulis-Fernandes

Note – lots of extremely sensitive topics are discussed below. So, hi! How did you get started in comedy? Who are you? What’s going on? I started doing stand-up in 2019. I’d been working on a book about my mental health issues and the editor I was working with said “I can see this beingContinue reading “An interview with Alex Berlulis-Fernandes”

Factually Inaccurate #5: Sharlin Jahan, Jacob Hatton and Tom Crowley

This month’s review is going to be a slightly strange one, for two main reasons: one, we have no photos of the performances, [1], and two, I am suffering from some form of flu, which means that my recollections from the night might take the form of some crazed fever dream. This was our firstContinue reading “Factually Inaccurate #5: Sharlin Jahan, Jacob Hatton and Tom Crowley”

Tom Crowley interview: “All human beings want to be understood and appreciated”

We are super excited to be having Tom Crowley perform at our show on Monday, so here’s a sneak preview of the interview we did with him for the fanzine. Can I call it a sneak preview when I’m publishing it in its entirety here? I’m unsure, but i hope you enjoy reading nonetheless. TicketsContinue reading “Tom Crowley interview: “All human beings want to be understood and appreciated””

Factually Inaccurate #4: Elizabeth Smyth, Richard Vranch, Eleanor Morton and Joz Norris

We did it! We came back for another show! With your MC and host struggling a bit with his brain and on only 3 hours’ sleep, and the co-producer battling a migraine, this could have been a comedy disaster. Instead it was our best show yet, thanks to brilliant guests with typically fun and variedContinue reading “Factually Inaccurate #4: Elizabeth Smyth, Richard Vranch, Eleanor Morton and Joz Norris”

Foolishness, ferrets and failure: An interview with Joz Norris

Ahead of his performance at our show this coming Monday, Joz Norris very kindly wrote lots of interesting things for us in an interview. It’ll appear in issue #3 of our fanzine, but in the interests of curtain-raising, here it is in full “online”. Why not print it out and carry it around with you?Continue reading “Foolishness, ferrets and failure: An interview with Joz Norris”