“One guy turned up in a wedding dress…” | Jay Bennett on reliving the glitz and glamour of the ’80s in An Audience With Yasmine Day

Tell us about the show you’re bringing to the Soho Theatre, An Audience with Yasmine Day.  It's a character comedy show about a disillusioned ‘80s diva called Yasmine Day. She essentially attempts to put on this huge concert in front of an audience of celebrity guests to revive her career. It's very silly and has … Continue reading “One guy turned up in a wedding dress…” | Jay Bennett on reliving the glitz and glamour of the ’80s in An Audience With Yasmine Day

“The best comedy comes from a place of raw honesty and reality.” | Tom Mayhew talks class, austerity and comedy that stands up for the vulnerable

Tell us about your show, I, Tom Mayhew. The show was inspired by my experiences after I left school in 2010; I had good qualifications, but I didn’t feel like University was for me. I wanted to get a job and save some money, but due to the 2008 recession - which led to record … Continue reading “The best comedy comes from a place of raw honesty and reality.” | Tom Mayhew talks class, austerity and comedy that stands up for the vulnerable

“Legs can take you where you mind is too afraid to go.” | Julia Masli and the Duncan Brothers on celebrating all things Legs at Vault Festival

Tell us about the show you’re bringing to the Vault Festival, Legs. Rob: Our show is called Legs. It’s a show about legs. Andy: It’s really a show for legs by legs. Julia: Legs. We built the show in Edinburgh fringe 2019 where our legs were lucky enough to win the Malcolm Hardee Award for Comic … Continue reading “Legs can take you where you mind is too afraid to go.” | Julia Masli and the Duncan Brothers on celebrating all things Legs at Vault Festival