Murdered to Death – 13 February 2018, Ecclesall Parish Hall, Sheffield As someone who loves both a good comedy and a good fictional murder, I was delighted to be in the audience for Ecclesall Theatre Company’s production of Murdered to Death at Ecclesall Parish Hall, which promised to be a hilarious spoof of the best of the […]

The Inaccurate Conception – 8 February 2018, Sheffield University Drama Studio February may not be the traditional month for nativity plays, but is always a great month for comedy, so I was delighted to be invited by Hallam 89’ Theatre Club, a local theatre company who I have not had the privilege of coming across […]

Rik Carranza’s Star Trek vs Star Wars – 25 January 2018, Leadmill, Sheffield Being in a relationship with the former chair of Sheffield University’s Star Trek society has turned me into more of a sci-fi fan than I can ever imagine, which is how I found myself with him and two of his ex-housemates at […]

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 […]

The Producers – 26 April 2017, University of Sheffield Drama Studio If it wasn’t one of my boyfriend’s favourite musicals I may never have discovered Mel Brooks’ The Producers but after seeing the hilarious original film I was delighted that we were both in the audience for Sheffield University Performing Arts Society (SUPAS) production of the […]

Comfort and Joy – 15 February 2017, Sheffield Library Theatre I love an anniversary and I love comedy so was delighted to be in the audience at Sheffield Library Theatre on Wednesday 15 February to see the Tudor Players kick off their 50th anniversary year with Comfort and Joy (written by comedian Mike Harding and first performed by the […]

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 […]