Tag Archives: comedy
Small Scenes is now up on the BBC Radio 4 iPlayer and you can even hear it LIVE on the radio Thursday at 23:00. Feet Mike Wozniak, Jess Ransom, Daniel Rigby & introducing Henry Paker as Mark Lawson. Advertisements
The very lovely Richard Herring asked me to be on his very brilliant podcast. You can watch me rambling and being awkward. At several points I drink water. Subscribe to the podcast here and watch other people talking to Rich … Continue reading
I’m on 8 out of 10 Cats does Countdown tonight on Channel 4. I am dyslexic and very very bad at adding up, this will become obvious very quickly. The best thing I did was wear this Bella Freud jumper. … Continue reading
We made a video about periods, tampons, VAT and Taylor Swift. What more could you want from your comedy sketches. Thanks to Jenny Bede, Adam Brown, Imogen Loveday-Brown, Shamirah Sairally & Charmaine Wombwell. And all these AMAZING WOMEN.
The Guardian asked me to write about my Comedy Hero & I chose Julie Walters… You can read what I said here or you can just watch Two Soups and make your day better.
Murder in Successville is now on iPlayer and in it you can see me being Darcey Bussell (no not my real nose), Justin Beiber (all my own stunts), Cheryl Fernandez-Versini (sure that’s my hair) & Miley Cyrus (difficult teeth).
My episode of Toast of London is now up on 4oD! I love this show very much, and was happy to have my face sprayed with blood to be near Toast. Watch Series 2 here…
I took part in the Festive edition of excellent podcast International Waters, with one of ALL TIME favourite people – Paul Foxcroft. Also featuring Harmontown’s Erin McGathy, Chris Fairbanks and hosted by Dave Holmes. Listen up here. http://www.maximumfun.org/jwplayer/player.swf
Hot new super sitcom, Give Out Girls, starts on the 14th October, so it’s already started. But you can probably still Sky + it. Written by excellent nuts Hatty Ashdown & Tony MacMurray and based on a lot of Promo … Continue reading
I’ll be in Edinburgh doing this during August. The show is free and contains a Jesus impersonator, HSBC (Helena Susan Bonham Carter) & Aunt Shelley (she’s off the meth). It’s free, so it’d be rude not to say hello really.