Omid is back in the good times

IF YOU idled away lockdown watching Netflix and eating too much, you’re not alone – but award-winning comic Omid Djalili spent his time a little more constructively. The Chelsea-born stand-up has Iranian... Read more »

Ross Noble: Humournoid

GETTING Ross Noble to tell you what’s in his forthcoming show, Humournoid, is a rough task – not because he’s being secretive, he just doesn’t know as he makes up most of... Read more »

Rob Beckett’s new show packs a Wallop!

ROB Beckett’s comedy has long been packing a solid punch, so he’s found the ideal title for his new touring show in Wallop! “As a word, ‘wallop’ just isn’t used enough but... Read more »

Keeping it fresh, the silver machine rolls on

Hawkwind’s Dave Brock has had a career spanning 50 years. You would have thought by this time in his career that he would have ticked off most points on his bucket list... Read more »

Two-tone times two

A PAIR of 2-Tone legends are heading to Surrey on Thursday (14 Nov). The Selecter will be joined on their 40th Anniversary Tour by Rhoda Dakar, lead singer with The Bodysnatchers, at... Read more »

Definitely the final farewell

There’s some sad news involving UK-based Canadian gag master Stewart Francis…Into The Punset is his farewell tour. However, he’s promising to go out with a show that proves he’s at the peak... Read more »

Football’s fun factor

If you’ follow football, the chances are you’re a fan of The Football Ramble Podcast. Founded in 2007 around a kitchen table by friends Marcus Speller and Luke Moore, the fortnightly show... Read more »

The unhappy comic

TOM Lucy is one of the youngest professional comedians on the circuit. He is also, apparently, a millennial. This is not something he is happy about – and he’s going to explain... Read more »

Pass it on, says Porter

LUCY Porter has inherited dodgy knees and global warming from her parents, but can she leave a better legacy for her children? Find out in a new stand-up show from the comic... Read more »

Jimmy Osmond relives sounds of his musical youth

WHY would audiences flock to hear 1970s cheesy classics like YMCA, Blame It On The Boogie, We Are Family and Don’t Go Breaking My Heart? Because those old hits were the soundtrack... Read more »