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Cystic Fibrosis & the British Comedy Awards: No Joke

Cystic Fibrosis & the British Comedy Awards: No Joke

18th December 2014

This year the British Comedy Awards announced that the Cystic Fibrosis Trust is its exclusive charity partner. Cystic Fibrosis is an inherited disease caused by a faulty gene which causes the lungs and digestive system to become clogged with mucus, making breathing and digesting food difficult. 

One in 25 people in the UK carry the gene and there is currently no cure for cystic fibrosis, although there are treatments to help people manage it through physiotherapy, exercise, medication and nutrition. Five babies a week are born with the disease and two people die from it. 

The trust has entered the world of comedy through comedy agent Hannah Begbie and her comedy wri…

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Cooking for One

Cooking for One

15th December 2014

We love discovering female comedy from all over the world, so we were pleased when the New York Picture Company - who share our passion for funny women - told us about their new online show 'Cooking for One' starring Alexandra Trow as top chef Julianna Jones. 

We don't know what your kitchen habits are but perhaps cooking is a journey for you, a trip down memory lane. It is for Julianna Jones who loves to cook but finds the process hits a little close to home as she shares why she might be cooking for one and how she discovered these recipes. 

Yep, this isn't just a new comedy - in this episode you can learn how to make a quiche! The N…

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Ship of Eagles has Landed

Ship of Eagles has Landed

12th December 2014

They promised us a fresh and original series each month and Wildseed Comedy have not disappointed with a new show 'Ship of Eagles'. This is an animated sci-fi comedy written and directed by Joel Veitch and David Shute of rathergood.com, and executive produced by Wildseed Studios’ Miles Bullough and Jesse Cleverly.

Miles Bullough co-founder of Wildseed Comedy and Ship of Eagles’ executive producer said: “Fresh, and truly original content is what viewers are after, and shows like Ship of Eagles have been designed to satisfy that need, allowing audiences to consume content when and where they want to. The show was conceived as an epic world that will make t…

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A Brit Award for Dapper Laughs? Who knows…

A Brit Award for Dapper Laughs? Who knows…

11th December 2014

We’re still waiting on the Brit Awards shortlists to find out whether Dapper Laughs is really going to be nominated as Best Breakthrough Act.

This story blew up in the media as soon as the longlist was announced – which, to be fair, contains every debut single of 2014 that made the Top 40. So that’s over 90 contenders. The opinion-dividing track in question, ‘Proper Moist’, has been added to the list by default. And it made the top 20 when it was released, which makes it a stronger contender than songs which debuted at 21-40.

Yes, people aren’t happy that it’s on the list at all, but that anger’s a tad misplaced. We should really be …

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It's beginning to look a lot like last year...

It's beginning to look a lot like last year...

10th December 2014

There’s something about the Christmas knees-up that’s becoming a bit predictable for most people. You dress up in something sparkly and uncomfortable, pile into a noisy, dark and overpriced venue, get royally sloshed and tell the bosses where they can stick their growth forecast.

The pervading image of ‘the office Christmas party’ is such that we still talk about people getting their bum out on the photocopier. There was a copier in my last office, and it got about as much love as Advocaat does these days.

Before anyone says ‘bah humbug’, I love Christmas. The bit I tend not to enjoy is the enforced fun, held at the only venue the company could …

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