“What’s come out of it is something more than we ever imagined.” | Maria Oshodi on bringing Eye Say, Eye Say, Eye Say to Bloomsbury Festival

Tell us about your show. Maria: The show is called Eye Say, Eye Say, Eye Say, taken from the old music hall comedy slogans. We’ve changed the original ‘I’ to ‘eye’ because we’re a visually impaired theatre company. It’s a stand up comedy show with fifteen acts at the last count. Everyone comes from a … Continue reading “What’s come out of it is something more than we ever imagined.” | Maria Oshodi on bringing Eye Say, Eye Say, Eye Say to Bloomsbury Festival

“I want the experience of sitting in that performer’s imagination for an hour” | Joz Norris on recreating You Build The Thing You Think You Are for a quarantine audience

Tell us about your show, You Build The Thing You Think You Are. It’s a combination of two things really - last year I discovered a way of doing things that combined nonsense with something that felt a bit like conceptual theatre and resulted in a show that really meant something to a lot of … Continue reading “I want the experience of sitting in that performer’s imagination for an hour” | Joz Norris on recreating You Build The Thing You Think You Are for a quarantine audience

“It’s normal to get to adulthood and go ‘this isn’t what I thought it would be’.” | Anthony Jeannot on channelling millennial angst into his Stand Up Comedy Album

Tell us about Anthony Jeannot – Stand Up Comedy Album. When I was 14, my high school made me write a letter to myself. Then 10-years after I graduated they sent it to my parents' address. Which is the cruelest trick of all-time. Talk about playing the long game, while we were making fun of … Continue reading “It’s normal to get to adulthood and go ‘this isn’t what I thought it would be’.” | Anthony Jeannot on channelling millennial angst into his Stand Up Comedy Album