CNN’s study into antisemitism in Europe last November revealed that a fifth of British people think that more than 20% of the world is Jewish, and a quarter of Europeans think that Jewish people have too much influence in business and finance.
Interview: MM discuss ‘Tales From Northern Britain’ with Stan Wallace ahead of Greater Manchester Fringe
At a time where the country has never been more divided, Stan Wallace is bringing his show ‘Tales from Northern Britain’ to the Greater Manchester Fringe.
‘What do people think I am? Some kind of Henry VIII character?!’ MM chat to comedian Justin Moorhouse ahead of Northern Joker tour
MM chat to comedian Justin Moorhouse before his 39-date Northern Joker tour, starting in Salford on January 19, with the Manchester United fan highly likely to be more entertaining than this season’s displays at nearby Old Trafford.
“You start to forget yourself. It was incredible to be reminded of who I am again.”
Family friendly comedy can be a little difficult to get right these days – but as MM found out, taking risks can produce a thoroughly enjoyable evening, after Harry and Chris’ ‘Save the World’ show at the Frog and Bucket Comedy Club on Sunday.
“It is an odd thing where you’re doing comedy and getting paid to comment on the collapse of western civilization,” reflects Nish Kumar on his job as a political comedian.
Anna Spark stole the show and won the Frog and Bucket’s Beat the Frog World Series on Monday night, and is now planning on taking her comedy up and down the UK.
Man Bites Frog hosts Man Bites Comedy nights every month including Barbara Nice headlining on Oct 22.
‘I will tour every year for the rest of my life’: Scouse comic Adam Rowe on his ‘complex’ new show Undeniable
The sofa in the green room of The Comedy Store is leopard print. It’s a loud vibrant fabric, unashamedly honest. Very much like scouse comedian Adam Rowe.
From Leatherhead ‘bastards’ to cats and strippers in France: MM interview acerbic Gallic comic Marcel Lucont
“These dead eyed idiots will never be pleased by what I have to offer,” grumbled the French comedian Marcel Lucont about certain ungrateful audience members he had encountered – the funnyman plays Manchester September 17-19 and expect brutal gags.
‘Transforming parental leave’: Bring Your Own Baby Comedy set to tickle Mums & Dads of Manchester and Salford
Bring Your Own Baby Comedy is the lunchtime comedy club for parents, where babies under 12 months can come too…and we are launching in the North of England!