TV favourite Andy Parsons is back on the road with another hilarious showcase of contemporary comedy.
Ahead of this year’s Machynlleth Comedy Festival, actor and stand-up Sara Pascoe chats to Buzz about breaking into comedy and the inspiration of Friedrich Nietzsche.
Gareth Ludkin examines why the Machynlleth Comedy Festival remains one of the most adventurous and alluring comedy festivals in the UK.
Midway through his epic 20-country (and growing) world tour, Jim Swidenbank catches up with the multi-faceted Eddie Izzard to find out a little more about what keeps him going.
Wales Goes Pop! is an indie-pop weekender which boasts a huge line up of both much loved and newer faces in independent music.
Puppetry Of The Penis founder Simon Morley explains the motivations behind manipulating his nether regions in the nude in front of a live audience…
Since his last tour, Greg Davies has firmly established himself as a household name through his countless appearances on television, his role in the Inbetweeners and more recently through the BBC Three series Cuckoo. Therefore, it’s no surprise that his latest tour The Back of My Mum’s Head is pretty much a sell-out for all of his dates.
With its eclectic mixture of stand-up, theatre and music, this year’s Comedy Port has all the makings of another inventive celebration of comedy talent. Bill Knowles picks out some of the highlights.
11 years or so since the floppy haired one last graced the stand-up circuit, he’s now back on a national tour.
Since June, the BBC New Comedy Award has been searching the UK for the finest new comedy talent to join the likes of previous finalists Sarah Millican and Alan Carr.