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Further Foot Live

16 Jun

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Paul Foot today announced three new live dates – one in London and two in Dublin.

The London show is one of his infamous (not so) Secret shows. This one is a rehearsal gig for his forthcoming DVD and it takes place on 26th June. He’s promised to revise some of his old classics, so this promises to be a good ‘un. To purchase tickets for the gig visit Paul’s Show Diary and click on the line stating “Wrensday 26th Juniper”. Of course!

The Dublin dates take place across two days at the Vodafone Comedy Festival, which takes place in Dublin’s Iveagh Gardens from Thursday 25th to Sunday 28th July, 2013. Paul is performing on the Saturday at 7.30pm, along with Brian Gittins and MC Barry Murphy (tickets €23) and on the Sunday at 4.30pm with Will Franken and MC Eleanor Tiernan (tickets €20).

To view the full line-up (which is vast), and to find out more about the festival take a look at this. Tickets go on sale tomorrow, Monday 17th June at 9am and you can purchase them for individual performances here.

To keep up to date with Paul’s frequent gig announcements it’s worth following the man himself on twitter; he’s a very conscientious tweeter!

Stand For Paul Foot

13 Jun

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Tickets are now available to see Paul Foot as one of Stewart Lee’s guests for the new series of The Alternative Comedy Experience.  The show will be recorded in Edinburgh on 11th July, and will be broadcast on Comedy Central later in the year.

On the night Paul will be joined by Susan Calman and Lou Sanders. If you watched the first series, it involves stand-up comedians doing what they do best in a small intimate setting, interspersed with Stewart Lee interviewing them about their life and work. The performance of each comedian is usually spread over a few episodes, so you may see yourself on the TV more than once!

Tickets are a very reasonable £8 and can be bought via this link.

Finally, A Foot In The Door

20 May

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Paul Foot has received another comedy award from the good people of Australia!

Last week it was announced that Paul had been awarded ‘Best of Fest (International)’ at the Sydney Comedy Festival; this week he has picked up ‘Best International Act’ at the 3013 Perth International Comedy Festival.

Paul was up against stiff competition from Craig Hill, Jimmy McGhie and Stephen K Amos. To see the full list of Festival nominees and winners click here.

Paul’s recent successes down under has prompted the Guardian to cover his comedy achievements on their hallowed pages. Not one to be impressed, Paul responded by noting that, “…the Guardian have dubbed me as an ‘emerging talent’, which is quite a relief having been a stand-up comedian across three decades.”

To find out when you can see this up-and-coming comedian, Paul Foot, visit his website for details of his Edinburgh show run and Autumn UK tour.

Paul Foot News!

12 May

Paul Foot has just picked up a gong at the Sydney Comedy Festival Awards!

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Paul has been awarded The Best of Fest (International), beating fellow nominees Trevor Noah, Gina Yashere, Stephen K Amos and Arj Barker. Earlier today his reaction to the news was as follows: “Thanks once again to all of my connoisseurs in Australala. I had a fantastic time with you and miss you all already. I am already looking forward to bringing you my new show in 2014 baybayyyy.”

Other award winners at the Festival were:
Best of Fest (Local): Matt Okine
Best Newcomer: Steen Raskopoulos
The Breakout Artist: Trevor Noah
Director’s Choice: Michael Workman
MX Joke of Fest: Rhys Nicholson

You can see previews of Paul’s new Edinburgh show at a series of London-based secret shows over the next few months. For information about the shows and to purchase tickets visit Paul’s website here (the password to get into the guild lodge is “hobbyhorse”).

He’s also performing a series of dates in May and July at festivals – plus a couple of Edinburgh preview shows in Leicester. Post-Edinburgh, Foot fans can catch him in October and November at a series of UK gigs. For information about dates and venues for all of these performances, and to purchase tickets click here.

Alternative Comedy Rides Again

8 May

Comedy Central has confirmed a second series of The Alternative Comedy Experience, the stand-up based comedy show curated by Stewart Lee.

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The Alternative Comedy Experience showcases comedians who tend to be overlooked by mainstream media. The series is overseen by Stewart Lee, who doesn’t perform himself but helps to choose who appears, and interviews the other comics backstage.

Running for 12 episodes, the first series of The Alternative Comedy Experience has just completed its run. Comedy Central has ordered another 12 episodes, which will be filmed at The Stand in Edinburgh in July, in advance of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

The full line-up for Series 2 has yet to be confirmed, but a number of acts from Series 1 will return, alongside new performers. Paul Foot and Tony Law will be amongst those returning for the second series, so we’re happy bunnies! Nish Kumar, Michael Legge, Grainne Maguire and Liam Mullone are amongst the new acts invited to join the show and perform as part of Series 2.

The series is expected to be shown on the subscription broadcaster in early 2014.

Paul Foot Podcast

6 May

Paul Foot recorded a podcast after his recent appearance at the Sydney  Comedy Festival in Australia.

Unsurprisingly, the conversation meanders about a fair bit, taking in everything from Paul’s zero knowldge of the 1970′s TV programme, Diff’rent Strokes, to why his current show is called Kenny Larch is Dead and why so many of his associates have bird-based surnames. Essential stuff!

You can listen to the podcast below:

Melbourne Welcomes Paul & Rich

11 Apr
© Paul Foot Rich Fulcher

© Paul Foot Rich Fulcher

The Melbourne Comedy Festival is in full swing, so we decided to remind you of TVO representatives there!

Rich Fulcher and his hugely popular Tiny Acts of Rebellion show is there along with  Paul Foot performing his sell-out Edinburgh show Kenny Larch is Dead.

For those lucky enough to live in Melbourne or who can get there soon, tickets for Kenny Larch can be found here and for Tiny Acts here.

If you still need an incentive to go to see Paul, there’s a video of his Melbourne show in a previous post.

Don’t forget you can buy the Tiny Acts book from our TVO Store.

Foot In Melbourne

30 Mar

Part of Paul Foot‘s routine from the recent 2013 International Melbourne Comedy Gala has been uploaded to youtube. Now those of us who couldn’t make it down there can now experience his unique brand of funny.

In the clip below he considers the true meaning of the ‘Baby on Board’ stickers you sometimes find on cars. It’s classic Foot – pin-sharp and ridiculous in euqal measures. Brilliant stuff!

Fulcher And Foot Down Under

23 Feb
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© Paul Foot Rich Fulcher

The International Melbourne Comedy festival occurs next month and two of our favourite performers will be there to entertain you!

Rich Fulcher is taking his hugely popular Tiny Acts of Rebellion show and Paul Foot is performing his sell-out Edinburgh show Kenny Larch is Dead.

The Festival runs from 27 March to 21st April. Details of tickets for Kenny Larch are here and there for Tiny Acts. Don’t forget you can buy the Tiny Acts book from TVO Store.

8 Out Of 10 For Paul

14 Feb

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Paul Foot posted on Facebook that he is recording an episode of 8 Out Of 10 Cats at this very moment.

The show is hosted by Jimmy Carr with team captains Sean Lock and Jon Richardson. The captains and their guests look into statistics and surveys to work out what has been happening in the World this week, and it will be interesting to see how Mr Foot’s unusual take on life reflects the current news.

The show will be broadcast tomorrow (Friday 15th) at 9pm on Channel 4 and will be available on 4OD after that.

Foot And Boots

10 Feb

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Paul Foot is directing a new show by Australian sketch troop, Gravity Boots.

Foot is involved in Gravity Boots’ show at the 2013 Adelaide Fringe, which run 15th February – 17th March.

If you haven’t come across them before, their management describe them as: “Dark, intelligent, unfettered…a 6 person (4 players, 2 musicians), Adelaide born, comedy group presenting an hour of storybook sketches and songs with high quality writing, explosive performances, and that fearless joy you get from young, avant-garde artists with an abundance of talent and a brilliant sense of humour.”

If that sounds like your cup of tea (and you’re in the Adelaide area) to purchase tickets for their performances head down under here.

And if you’re not able to make it to the Fringe you can keep tabs on how it’s all going under the tutelage of Paul Foot via Gravity Boots’ facebook page.

Dave’s Comedy Fest!

8 Feb

Dave’s Leicester Comedy Festival starts today, and there are a few TVO names among the performers!

Tonight (8pm) Rich Fulcher takes to the stage at Dave’s Curry House at Chutney Ivy 41 Halford Street Leicester LE1 1TR, as part of Dave’s Comedy Knights alongside Tom Deacon, Chris Stokes and Joel Dommett.  If you’re in the neighbourhood you still have time to get down there.

Rich will be back there on Wednesday 13th accompanied by Joey Page, John Kairns and Benny Boot. Joey returns on Friday 15th with Jack Carrol, Holly Walsh and a Very Special Guest!

The following week on Friday 22nd Paul Foot is there with Daniel Simonson, Joel Dommett and guests.

Tickets for Daves Comedy Knights are £15.

Paul also has his own show on 12th and 13th. An Hour with Paul Foot is at The Crumblin Cookie 68 Highstreet  Leicester LE1 5YP. Doors open at 6.30 for 7pm start. Tickets are £10.

For more information about the Festival and shows click here.

Kenny Larch Is Still Breathing

2 Feb

Due to demand Paul Foot has added three more secret shows to the end of the run of his 2012 stage show Kenny Larch is Dead.

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In a note sent out to his followers yesterday, Paul says, “If ye wish to see me perform Kenny Larch is Dead, this is likely to be your last chance. (I am aware I said this about the last batch of secret shows, and now that appears to be untrue, but, as Life President of the Guild, one has to make tough decisions, and when faced with insatiable demand a good President will sacrifice his personal integrity for the good of his loyal Connoisseurs).”

It’s worth signing up to be a Paul Foot Conniosseur for his emails alone!

The shows will also contain some early previews of new material to be included in his 2013 show, so get in there for a sneaky peek. They take place later this month at an as yet un-named secret London venue, and you can purchase tickets here (passord is hobbyhorse).

New Wave On The Air Waves!

26 Jan

Finally, there’s an alternative comedy contender to the mainstream of Live at the Appollo and Michael McIntyre’s Comedy Roadshow!  One-time Boosh collaborator, Stewart-Lee, is curating a new show on Comedy Central, featuring a few of our favourite new wave acts.

Alternative Comedy Experience airs from 5th February at 11pm on Comedy Central. It will offer an eclectic, offbeat cast of comics which he feels captures the ethos of alternative comedy’s early years from the 1970s/80s. Appearing on the show are TVO-related artists Paul Foot and Tony Law. The full line-up can be seen below.

For those of us who prefer a more interesting flavour to our TV-based live comedy, this is pretty darmed exciting – and well overdue! In the 12-part series Lee doesn’t perform any stand-up himself, but conducts brief interviews with the acts. Here’s a trailer for the new series, with an episode guide beneath it so you can see who else is involved:

Episode 1: ‘Value Bastard’ (February 5)
Stewart Lee, Isy Suttie, David O’Doherty, Glenn Wool, Henning Wehn, David Kay, Boothby Graffoe

Episode 2 (February 12)
Paul Sinha, Josie Long, Henning Wehn, David O’Doherty, Isy Suttie, Bridget Christie, David Kay.

Episode 3: ‘Jim Davidson’ (February 19)
Boothby Graffoe, Bridget Christie, David Kay, Paul Sinha, Simon Munnery, Josie Long, David O’Doherty

Episode 4: ‘Paedophile Hair’ (February 26)
Tony Law, Simon Munnery, Boothby Graffoe, Bridget Christie, Josie Long, Paul Sinha.

Episode 5: ‘Rice pudding’ (March 5)
Phil Nichol, David Kay, Alun Cochrane, Andy Zaltzman, Bridget Christie

Episode 6: ‘Danger comedians’ (March 12)
Andy Zaltzman, Eleanor Tiernan, Phil Nichol, Simon Munnery, Tony Law, Henning Wehn

Episode 7: ‘Ed Miliband’ (March 19)
Robin Ince, Simon Munnery, Tony Law, Josie Long, Alun Cochrane

Episode 8: ‘Shouty bollocks’ (March 26)
Eleanor Tiernan, Henning Wehn, Simon Munnery, Tony Law, Boothby Graffoe

Episode 9: ‘Rude words’ (April 2)
Phil Nichol, Stephen Carlin, Eleanor Tiernan, Robin Ince, Simon Munnery, Henning Wehn

Episode 10: ‘Disturbances’ (April 9)
Alun Cochrane, Stephen Carlin, Glenn Wool, Paul Foot

Episode 11: ‘Love me’ (April 16)
Maeve Higgins, Sam Simmons, Stephen Carlin, Andy Zaltzman

Episode 12: ‘Job security’ (April 23)
Henning Wehn, Simon Munnery, Maeve Higgins, Phil Nichol, Boothby Graffoe

2012: A Year In Interviews

2 Jan

In 2012 we were lucky enough to get the chance to chat to a few of the artists that we write about on these pages. So here’s a look back at some of the year’s interviews – and the fascinating, colourful and revealing comments that were shared. A big thank you to everyone who gave us their time and permitted us to poke cameras and dictaphones in their faces – we couldn’t do this without you! 

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“You kind of get sick of photographers going: ‘What about this? Let’s try a look. Gimme a look! thumbs up, relax that jaw, big smile, oooh, Cheeky! Whuhey!’ All that kind of crap. Whereas with this, it was the opposite and I think they enjoyed the novelty. I think there’s a certain power to looking moody.”
Dave Brown talks about the un-comedy portraits in his photography exhibition ‘Tough Crowd’

“You do sort of wonder how many more good dresses you can pull out of your wardrobe. I might just turn up to the next one looking like Tina and go: ‘Hi, everyone. I’m not actually a film star. I don’t have the wardrobe for this.’”
Alice Lowe discusses dressing for the multiple Sightseers premiers

“They keep going on! The London Film Festival was the gala screening, and I went to Cannes for the premiere there, which was very exciting. They had one last Thursday, which I couldn’t go to, and then this one tonight, which is being called the UK Premiere. I’m not sure what the difference is anymore, but it will be fun. I get to wear my suit again.”
Richard Glover’s take on dressing for the multiple Sightseers premiers

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“That is completely Noel’s fault. I kept saying ‘Can’t I be called something like Jana or another German name?’ and he said ‘No, Dolly is better’ and he and Nigel Coan were absolutely certain that I was going to be called Dolly. I got really self-conscious about it, and in the early days of filming Tom Meeten enjoyed putting my name in every single sentence because I was so embarrassed about it.”
Dolly Wells squirms about playing a character called ‘Dolly’ on Luxury Comedy

“Before Boosh, I was the shyest person in the world. I was scared of my own shadow, I wouldn’t talk to anyone that I didn’t know. Boosh has made me who I am now. It’s given me an animated, childish confidence. People say that when you’re thirty, you can’t be stupid like that anymore, but who says? There’s no rules!”
Mike Fielding in introspective mood

“We thought we knew what we were doing – we didn’t – and suddenly we found ourselves on stage with all these people like Simon Farnaby. They assumed we must be good, so we had to come up with something. It was all an accident, no actual decisions were made.”
John ‘Willie’ Hopkins talks about his appearances at Ealing Live with Richard Glover.

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“I’m not sure I have much of an opinion on mainstream music – I just don’t really listen to it! I imagine if I did listen too much I might not be too complimentary about it, so best not to get involved! Or maybe that’s where I’m going wrong. I think I’ll go and check out the charts RIGHT NOW!”
Sue Denim’s views on mainstream music

“You do get to see why it’s a bad idea to go and kill people, in a really cathartic way.”
Alice Lowe notes that Sightseers has a strong moral code 

“Maybe he doesn’t like the idea of being moody for me…the offer’s there, Paul, whenever you’re ready, stop body swerving me and get on your frown for Brown!”
Dave Brown courting Paul Foot for ‘Tough Crowd’

“Yeah. It’s not like I’m gonna go: ‘Well, actually, it’s funny you should say that. I’ve got a little pot of spunk in my pocket.‘”
Mike Fielding’s reaction to fans screaming at him that they want to have his babies

“My brother never stops talking. Usually about sweets.”
Noel Fielding’s analysis of bother Mike

“I’ve secretly always wanted to be in the S.A.S. A friend of mine used to say I could have been in the S.A.S. but on reception.”
Richard Glover talks about his alternative career path

“I’ve got my balls out on telly, they’re horrible things…I’ve got really dangly balls.”
Tom Meeten discusses his award-winning appendages

“Keep the faith! And let’s get The Boosh to make a film before they get too old and grey!”
Oly Ralfe’s message from NY to TVO readers

“Writing with Alice is like writing with your wife. It really is just like being with your wife, and arguing on holiday, whilst sightseeing, then writing it down.
Steve Oram’s take on writing Sightseers with Alice Lowe

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“I tend to write the first draft of stuff, then Amy totally rewrites it! She changes everything, and I’ve learnt over our twenty-odd year relationship to understand how that works for the greater good.”
Director Ben Wheatley’s approach to working with his long-term partner, Amy Jump

“We’ve got the power to take people on a journey – if we want to go to the moon, then let’s go to the moon for 10 minutes!”
Joey Page on the power of stand-up

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“If a drama show goes out on TV and it’s not that good no one kicks up a fuss, no one goes ‘Whoever commissioned this should be shot. I want my license fee back!’ I could easily say that a drama that doesn’t engage me in the first five minutes is the same as a comedy that doesn’t make me laugh, but people just don’t mind as much – they just accept that it’s not their cup of tea. But rarely do people accept that about comedy!”
Dan Clark takes on the harsh critics of comedy

“There’s no limits with him, whereas when you meet an actor for the first time it can be a bit awkward to pull their trousers down or something. With Richard, you can punch him in the face, rape him, and he’ll still come back for more.”
Steve Oram shows his love for working with Richard Glover on Sightseers

“I’ve been looking at Noel’s face constantly for three years, and even I watch him and say ‘There’s NY Cop’. I don’t say ’There’s Noel doing NY Cop’. You’re not looking at Noel, you’re looking at the character. It’s pretty incredible because he’s got such a pointy, distinctive face.”
Nigel Coan, director of Luxury Comedy, talks about Noel’s character performances

“I can’t believe they didn’t have Minstrels!”
Mike Fielding

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Paul Foot At The Bloomsbury: Review

16 Dec

On Friday evening Paul Foot completed his UK tour of Kenny Larch is Dead with a grand finale at London’s Bloomsbury Theatre. Velveteer Mog was there to follow the mental meanderings of the mullet-haired comedy man:

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I love Paul Foot. I’ve had a soft spot for him since I caught him by chance a few years ago doing an improvised warm-up spot about John Terry at Old Rope. It was inspired and brilliant. Since then, like many fans I’ve been charmed/physically attacked by his alter-ego Penny, giggled at his distrurbances and had my mind moved to reverie with glorious stories about shire horses, moist cakes and homophobia. Fresh, clever and unique, he is by rights a national comedy treasure. So yes, I love Paul Foot. However, while it pains me to say it, Friday night’s show didn’t quite do it for me.

Foot has always walked a perfectly-strung tightrope between the random and the rational, but with this show the balance may have tipped too far one way. As always, his stories contained little in the way of a narrative arc; but in the past what’s marked out Foot’s humour is that no matter how upside-down it gets, there’s a sharp (if slightly warped) internal grammar underpinning it. The fuzzy logic at work in Foot’s world may be different to mine or yours, but it’s most definitely there, and it’s clever and lovely in equal measures. It’s that clever loveliness that stops his performances being word salad, and it’s what raises what he does several notches above the norm. Perhaps Kenny Larch is Dead would benefit from more of the clever loveliness.

With this show there are some wonderfully warped and poetic musings to lose yourself in, but they’re completely untethered; imagine EE Cummings in stand-up form. From stories about cheddar collections to an angel with a broken wing I kept waiting for the payoff (not the traditional kind of comedy payoff – obviously - but those glorious moments when Foot brings your mind up short by showing you a different, funnier, way to think), but they didn’t come.

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This show also marked a darker, more sexually aggressive side to Foot’s onstage persona – and a more exaggerated physical performance. For me, much of Foot’s charm comes from his playful, slightly simple, likeable stage presence. The ‘spaniel ears’ hair, the Farah slacks, the briefcase: it means he can get away with saying things that would sound plain nasty if they came out of someone else’s mouth. However, this version of Paul Foot is more extreme with more of an edge, and as such, the shocking moments tended to work on a singular level only: they shocked.

That said, the show had some brilliant moments: The way Foot handled a controversial story about a teenage failed gymnast was a masterclass in how to play an audience. The section about Jenny-on-the-front-row’s boyfriend came with the psychological gameplay one expects from Foot; likewise the supermarket anagrams were a highlight. And the cleverness with which he confused an over-enthusiastic heckler was Foot at his best, as he managed to put them down without their knowledge, and manoeuvre his way back into a joke without even missing a beat.

The Foot connoisseurs were out in force, whooping and cheering his every word. I suspect that if any of them read this review they’ll wonder if they were at the same gig as me. But an intensely loyal  fanbase can be both a blessing and a curse for a comedian: when your audience laugh at everything you do, how can you tell what’s really funny? When they’ve seen your routines several times over, how do you avoid everything becoming an in-joke?

Perhaps that was what was happening here: it was a performance that was perfectly in-tune with the mindset and expectations of the Foot fanatics, who clearly loved it. But for those of us who dip in and out of Foot’s comedy it wasn’t quite up there where I know he can be.

It’ll be interesting to see where he takes his unique brand of humour in 2013.

Single? Gay? Hungry?

2 Dec
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© Paul Foot

Paul Foot is branching out from his stand-up career into event organising. Given what you know of Paul, you’d expect there to be a twist of some sort…and there is!

He’s setting up Paul Foot’s Single Gay Men’s Lunch Society, a group that will meet for Sunday lunch somewhere in central London roughly once a month. Paul says, “These occasions would particularly suit homosexual gentlemen who are not so keen on the gay scene and that, like me.” They’ll be hosted by the man himself.

So if you’re single, gay and a gentleman, you can confirm your place at one of the lunches for £10, which you get back when you arrive. As Paul explains, “I’m not doing this for money, as I am already quite rich.” Brilliant!

For more information about how it’s going to work and/or to join the group, visit the group’s facebook page. Bon appetit!

Lend A Hand To Foot

18 Nov

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Have you ever watched Paul Foot doing what he does and wondered what really goes on in the inner workings of his mullet-encased mind? Well now you can get that little bit closer to it.

Paul is looking for a London-based p.a. to help him manage his affairs (of the everyday kind). So if you have previous admin/secretarial experience, are super buttoned-down and fancy spending 2 days a week working with one of the UK’s most inventive comedians, this one’s for you! Email your details to

If you’re not the successful applicant, you can still enjoy the creative output of Mr Foot via his current UK tour; there are still a few tickets left for November dates and his extra December show – check here for details.

Chatty Dan

9 Oct

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On the eve of Dan Clark‘s LA gig, we bring you news of a new interview with the man himself.

Friends of TVO, Such Small Portions, have asked Dan all about his forthcoming shows, his feelings about How Not to Live Your Life ending and his views about non-mainstream comedy. To be honest, they didn’t ask him about that last subject, but Dan gave an interesting answer about it! As he says, “Stand-up at the moment feels like we’ve gone back to the seventies. Men in shiny suits talking about their wives…But I would much rather see Paul Foot or Tony Law pop up on one of these stand-up TV shows than a billion ‘bloke down the pub’ types.”

To read the interview in full, and find out why Dan’s embarrassed about his musical youth, what Tim Minchin has in common with Victoria Wood, and what he knows about series 2 of Luxury Comedy click here.

And if you haven’t booked your tickets for Dan’s These Songs May Contain Jokes UK tour yet (kicking off on 25th October in Nottingham), check this out for details of venues, dates and tickets.


Foot Returns To Buzzcocks!

2 Oct

Comedy fans can rejoice in the news that Paul Foot will be making a welcome return visit to Never Mind the Buzzcocks.

Paul’s two previous appearances on the show have been legendary – remind yourself of the man’s brilliance in the line-up round by clicking on the images below. He was involved in this evening’s recording at BBC TV Centre, which means he should be on next week’s broadcast (10pm on 8th October, BBC2).

Regular peelers will be aware that Noel Fielding directed Paul’s 2010 Edinburgh show Ash in the Attic, and since then he’s been invited to join Noel’s team on Buzzcocks for each series.  We’ll definitely be watching next week!


There are still a few tickets available for Paul’s forthcoming tour – click here for dates, venues and ticket availability.

And while we’re mentioning Mr Fielding, don’t forget that you can currently see his painting The Fab Five at the Museum of Liverpool as part of the Liverpool Love charity exhibition and auction.


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