The comedian says he is 'overwhelmingly excited' about the show
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Sunday 15 November 2009
McIntyre has at last found his métier: playing arenas where the audience wants to be entertained and non-believers stay away.
Wednesday 07 October 2009
Sunday 13 September 2009
I have always found it an injustice that those who look to shop around for a loan, credit card or mortgage actually risk damaging their credit rating in the process. It goes like this – each time a potential lender checks out your credit file it leaves a trace. If the consumer is turned down – for whatever reason – the trace turns into a great big muddy mark and, in these straitened lending times, this can be enough to bar the individual from accessing credit elsewhere.
David O'Doherty, Pleasance, Edinburgh<br/>Laura Solon, Assembly, Edinburgh<br/>Andrew Lawrence, Pleasance, Edinburgh<br/>Alun Cochrane, The Stand, Edinburgh<br/>Paul Sinha, The Stand, Edinburgh
Sunday 23 August 2009
Tuesday 18 August 2009
Vic Reeves and Bob Mortimer hit out at the "stale" and old-fashioned state of comedy nowadays.
Monday 17 August 2009
Loosely basing her set around the election of Barack Obama and partially inspired by the President's writings, Ava Vidal's Edinburgh campaign reaches a peak half-way through, only to falter thereafter.
Monday 10 August 2009
Among the many morals one can draw from Sheridan's comedy of manners is a stark warning of the perils of speaking ill of others. Try telling that to a bunch of comedians.
Friday 07 August 2009
Wednesday 22 July 2009
Monday 15 June 2009
Work: Chairman and chief executive of PR company The Corporation, where he represents such celebrities as Jonathan Ross, Michael McIntyre and Alan Carr.
Life: Aged 53, he is married to The Sun columnist and broadcaster Jane Moore. They have three daughters and live in South London.
Balance: Photography and watching Chelsea Football Club.
Sunday 08 March 2009
Thursday 26 February 2009
With bankers less popular than traffic wardens, you'd be forgiven for thinking that approval-hungry celebrities would be giving them a wide berth these days.
Saturday 14 February 2009
The flat I grew up in ... was on the Woodberry Down estate near Manor House, in north London. When I first came into the spotlight, a lot of dodgy stuff was written about it in the papers. I felt really defensive. I had a brilliant time there.
Saturday 24 January 2009
Thursday 18 December 2008
It is customary at this time of year to suggest stocking fillers - or should I say sack-fillers given that the most prized gifts from the comedy world will be the plethora of stand up DVDs currently available. Frankie Boyle, Michael McIntyre and Russell Howard spring to mind as good buys.
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