Sheffield Comedy Festival – Interviews Despite being on the Last Laugh mailing list I came very late to this year’s Sheffield comedy festival but that hasn’t stopped me interviewing some of the fantastic comedians still to perform at the festival, including Ro Campbell and Lou Conran. Me: What can we expect from your new stand […]

Morgan and West – The interview I first came across Morgan and West when asked my Facebook friends for show recommendations during one of my first visits to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and someone I have an obscure connection with (see a later question) recommended them. From my second row seat I enjoyed one of […]

Rosie Wilby – Off The Shelf interview To mark one of my favourite Sheffield festivals, the literature and words festival Off The Shelf, taking place from 7th to 28th October, I was delighted to interview award winning comedian and Radio 4 regular Rosie Wilby, who will be performing her show “The Conscious Uncoupling”, which links […]

Leadmill Comedy Festival – Interviews My favourite Sheffield comedy venue, the Leadmill, is holding its first ever comedy festival from Monday 5th to Sunday 11th June, featuring over 53 acts across 41 shows and on three different stages, including a the Blunderbus parked outside. To mark the occasion I am delighted to have interviewed several of […]

The Catherine Tate Show Live – 3 November 2016, Sheffield City Hall I have been a massive fan of Catherine Tate and her sketch show for over a decade with her “Sam and Paul” sketches being my go to comedy from when I want a guaranteed laugh and instant cheer up so when I was […]

Sue Perkins Live! in Spectacles – 6 September 2016, Lyceum Theatre I love the fact that for the second year running I have had the chance to be in a live audience with one of my female role models, tonight with the brilliant Sue Perkins at the Lyceum Theatre in Sheffield, who most people know […]

Talking to Strangers – 16 August 2016, Edinburgh Fringe Festival “Smack the Pony”, the late 90s Channel 4 sketch show is one of my two favourite sketch shows of all time (the other one I will be seeing live later this year) so I couldn’t miss the chance to see one of it’s hilariously brilliant […]

Lucy Porter “Consequences” – 15 August 2016, Edinburgh Fringe Festival Lucy Porter and I both have something in common, which is that we’ve both believed that we’re intolerant to gold even though others claim we can’t be. This, the fact she is hilariously funny, shares the height difference issues me and my boyfriend have but […]

Katherine Ryan “Work in Progress” – 12 August 2016, Edinburgh Fringe Festival I have a confession to make, when Katherine Ryan first appeared on UK television screens I found her irritating (even once describing her voice as reminding me of nails on a blackboard) but as I have seen more and more of her I […]