Fiona Allen tells Billy Edwards about her journey from TV to stand-up comedy in the midst of a "hectic" run of successful Fringe shows.
Fancy a laugh? Tickle your funny bone with these stand-up gigs, interviews and festivals.
Alan Partridge's third memoir, Big Beacon sees the embattled broadcaster trying to make a lighthouse home, culminating in a punchline you may guess...
“It’s not a parasocial relationship with audiences, it’s a social relationship” – meet the UK’s funniest agony aunt, MYRA DUBOIS
UK comedy mainstay Myra Dubois is back in Cardiff with self-help-themed show Be Well – with an agony aunt angle that shows how many strings are in the Yorkshire comic’s bow.
From comedy to resilience, Doon Mackichan's uproarious autobiography, My Lady Parts, is a triumph of humor and honesty.
Liberating in its honesty and refreshing in its outlook, Sara Pascoe's debut novel Weirdo reassures readers that perfection is an illusion.
Richard Coles took audiences on a hilarious journey through his life at Cardiff's Sherman Theatre in a one-man show filled with charm.
With her upcoming music and comedy tour Is It A Bird? touching down in Cardiff this month, comedian Jordan Gray discussed the ins and outs of her creative process.
Discover the hottest comedy shows across Wales for autumn & winter 2023, from big names to emerging comedians, in our exhaustive guide.
In Mortification, a blend of memoir and self-help comedian Mark Watson confronts failures, personal growth, and humorous life lessons.
Dig into the ambitious scope of Different Times, a critical review of Britain's comedy journey from the silent movie era to today's TV.
Comedian-turned-novelist ANDI OSHO opens up about blended families and tough love in hilarious new book, TOUGH CROWD
Eve Davies speaks to comedian-turned-novelist Andi Osho about her latest book, Tough Crowd, which delves into the world of blended families, challenging relationships, and stand-up comedy.
“It could’ve been made in a hotel room” – Jesse Armstrong on SUCCESSION’s ending, kid’s TV origins & inside his writers’ room
Succession and Peep Show creator Jesse Armstrong - who was in Cardiff for the BBC Comedy Festival days before the former's ending - offered a bounty of BTS secrets.
Join comedian Josie Long for her debut novel, Because I Don't Know What You Mean And What You Don't, as she skillfully navigates the intertwined themes of parenthood, pandemic, and the struggle for effective communication.
Get to know Ted Lasso's Nick Mohammed and his hilarious character, Mr. Swallow ahead of his theatre tour, The Very Best And Worst Of Mr. Swallow.
Filthy and politically incorrect: The Vivienne hosts unforgettable night of shade at HATERS ROAST in Cardiff
Featuring a hilarious and often brutal lineup of drag queens from RuPaul’s Drag Race and hosted by The Vivienne, Haters Roast: The Shady Tour is a laugh riot with unforgettable performances from Lawrence Chaney and Jimbo, in particular.
When Matthew Holness wrote Garth Marenghi’s TerrorTome, he had no idea how massive the reception would be – and how many fans had been begging for Garth’s return, reports Hari Berrow
“I wouldn’t be doing standup if I hadn’t learned sign language” – RAY BRADSHAW on rugby, DEAF COM 1 tour & inclusive comedy
Oliver R. Moore-Howells receives both banter and insight from comedian Ray Bradshaw whose live sets are inspired by deaf parents.
Ahead of his upcoming UK tour, Carl Marsh quizzes Welsh standup, Glee Club resident promoter and Buzz interviewer of yore Robin Morgan.
At the New Theatre, the Happy Hour team’s Round Sheep Tour sold out ahead of doors - a night that demonstrated the ever-growing reach of the podcast industry.
Now in its 19th year, Bristol’s annual celebration of people pretending to get hurt for the sake of on-screen comedy is back, with appearences from Michael Palin and Harry Hill.
Basic Lee is not Stewart Lee at his absolute best – but in a sea of identikit stand-ups he remains peerless.
“Everyone has a queen they can relate to”: ELLA VADAY & KITTY SCOTT-CLAUS – a pair of Christmas Crackers
Chloë Edwards spoke to Ella Vaday and Kitty Scott-Claus about their upcoming Christmas tour, the changing landscape of British drag, and who caught their eye in Drag Race UK, Season 4.
A year on from dragtastic murder mystery comedy farce Death Drop bringing the house down, it’s back for a hysterical sequel, Back In The Habit.
A night of genuinely brilliant Welsh funnies proved good value for £22 - here's hoping The Best Of Wales Comedy Gala becomes an annual thing.