Articles by Joelg

Tony Law's Nonsense Overdrive: A Game Of Two Halves

Tony Law's Nonsense Overdrive: A Game Of Two Halves

A review in football analogies. | By Joelg
This Claudia O'Doherty Show Isn't Quite Pioneering Enough

This Claudia O'Doherty Show Isn't Quite Pioneering Enough

We've seen her do so much better elsewhere. | By Joelg
Sam Simmons Gets Surreal

Sam Simmons Gets Surreal

Weirdness done properly, at Soho Theatre. | By Joelg
Luke McGregor Turns Worrying Into An Art Form

Luke McGregor Turns Worrying Into An Art Form

Aussie comedian gets into your head. | By Joelg
Comedy Review: The Awkward Silence + Guests @ The Wilmington Arms

Comedy Review: The Awkward Silence + Guests @ The Wilmington Arms

Have some food before you go to this excellent comedy night. | By Joelg
Comedy Review: Sara Pascoe @ Soho Theatre

Comedy Review: Sara Pascoe @ Soho Theatre

In which our comedy reviewer becomes obsessed with the theatre's toilets, and who uses them. | By Joelg
Comedy Review: Doctor Brown @ Soho Theatre

Comedy Review: Doctor Brown @ Soho Theatre

Weird-good storyshowing from this year's Edinburgh winner. | By Joelg
Comedy Review: Max & Ivan @ Soho Theatre

Comedy Review: Max & Ivan @ Soho Theatre

They are too good for human words. | By Joelg
Comedy Review: Making Faces @ Camden Fringe

Comedy Review: Making Faces @ Camden Fringe

In which our correspondent finds writing a review of a funny show difficult. | By Joelg
Comedy Review: Tony Izzett & Friends @ Camden Fringe

Comedy Review: Tony Izzett & Friends @ Camden Fringe

Please, please, please go and see this show. | By Joelg
Comedy Preview: Carl Donnelly @ Udderbelly

Comedy Preview: Carl Donnelly @ Udderbelly

The funnyman tells us about gigging in an upside-down purple cow. | By Joelg
Comedy Review: Nathan Dean Williams @ Soho Theatre

Comedy Review: Nathan Dean Williams @ Soho Theatre

Comedian compared to an erection, for some strange reason in our reviewer's mind. | By Joelg
Comedy Preview: Andy Zaltzman's Political Animal @ Soho Theatre

Comedy Preview: Andy Zaltzman's Political Animal @ Soho Theatre

Some choice questions for the man behind The Bugle | By Joelg
Comedy Review: Late Night Gimp Fight @ Soho Theatre

Comedy Review: Late Night Gimp Fight @ Soho Theatre

Lots of dick jokes, but inventive and fun. | By Joelg
Comedy Review: Roisin Conaty @ Soho Theatre

Comedy Review: Roisin Conaty @ Soho Theatre

Chucklesome, but only some. | By Joelg
Comedy Review: Adam Riches @ Soho Theatre

Comedy Review: Adam Riches @ Soho Theatre

Edinburgh winner's show is insanely brilliant. | By Joelg
Comedy Interview: Joe Wilkinson

Comedy Interview: Joe Wilkinson

The funnyman with the facial hair talks about stand-up, TV and beard grooming. | By Joelg
Comedy Review: Isy Suttie @ Bloomsbury Theatre

Comedy Review: Isy Suttie @ Bloomsbury Theatre

She has a guitar, her support act does not. | By Joelg
Comedy Review: Eugene Mirman

Comedy Review: Eugene Mirman

A night with Eugene Mirman, his Pretty Good Friends, and a laser gun that measures the temperature of a crotch. | By Joelg
inTRANSIT Review: And The Birds Fell From The Sky

inTRANSIT Review: And The Birds Fell From The Sky

It's a thing. Definitely a thing. | By Joelg
Comedy Interview: John Finnemore

Comedy Interview: John Finnemore

We caught up John Finnemore and asked about sketch nights, the creative process and what the big deal is with radio. | By Joelg
Comedy Review: Andi Osho @ Bloomsbury Theatre

Comedy Review: Andi Osho @ Bloomsbury Theatre

Osho's a single Channel 4 pilot away from being huge and support Nathan Caton's one to watch as the Edfest previews roll out. | By Joelg
Comedy Review: Messrs Comedy @ Leicester Square Theatre

Comedy Review: Messrs Comedy @ Leicester Square Theatre

An eventful walk around Leicester Square was ruined by a below-average comedy show | By Joelg
The Gunmakers Beer Festival

The Gunmakers Beer Festival

The fine Clerkenwell pub gets even more beery than usual. | By Joelg
Comedy Review: John Moloney @ Leicester Square Theatre

Comedy Review: John Moloney @ Leicester Square Theatre

Invest a little patience and Butterflies With Stretchmarks is a gem; if you’re an ADHD-riddled youth, it’s probably not ideal. | By Joelg
Ticket Alert: Udderbelly Returns to Southbank

Ticket Alert: Udderbelly Returns to Southbank

The purple cow returns in April for 3 months of comedy and cabaret. | By Joelg
Comedy Review: Simon Munnery, Self-Employed @ Soho Theatre

Comedy Review: Simon Munnery, Self-Employed @ Soho Theatre

The experimental stand-up delivers a scattergun show with the help of a tiny guitar. | By Joelg
Comedy Preview: Frimston and Rowett

Comedy Preview: Frimston and Rowett

Expect not a flop of a sketch at the Canal Café on Sunday. | By Joelg