Intoxicadence was recorded at the London Comedy Store in April, and released on the venue’s own label.
Whitehead, a Canadian now based in the UK, said: ‘I’m pretty proud of it, and I think the production has captured the drinking, partying revved-up comedy that the best clubs are known for.
‘Four of the 15 tracks are so fresh that they will be part of my Edinburgh show, The rest is made up of some of my favourite pieces of the last few years. It’s 53 minutes of solid club stand-up.’
Whitehead has recently returned from the New Zealand International Comedy Festival. Here’s a clip of him in action there:
The CD is available from the Comedy Store website, but to stand a chance of winning one, answer the following question by July 23, when we will select a winner from all correct answers received. Bulk entries will be disqualified. Competition open to UK and RoI residents only.