LIVE COMEDY SEARCH

September 2016 Features

Interviews with comedians, comedy reviews, Perfect Playlists and other comedy features, all collected in one place.

Fri 30 September 2016

Six movies for comedy fans at London Film Festival | Our selection...

Six movies for comedy fans at London Film Festival

Our selection...

30/09/2016 … The London Film Festival kicks off next week… Here are five films comedy fans might want to check out…The Last Laugh What should and shouldn’t be off limits in comedy is a long-running debate, explored in Ferne Pearlstein’s new documentary, with special focus on jokes about the Holocaust.

Thu 29 September 2016

Funny Women: comedy shorts finalists 2017 | Watch the shortlisted films

Funny Women: comedy shorts finalists 2017

Watch the shortlisted films

29/09/2016 … Winner: Ambition by Carolyn Goodyear Mary Berry's Little Lamb by Kirsty Mann Tinder Finger by Lolly Jones Manhunt by Christine Entwisle .

Thu 22 September 2016

'Old people swearing is always funny' | Still Game director Michael Hines on the show's appeal
© BBC/Robert Pereira-Hind
© BBC/Robert Pereira-Hind

'Old people swearing is always funny'

Still Game director Michael Hines on the show's appeal

22/09/2016 … As Ford Kiernan and Greg Hemphill return to TV as pensioners Jack Jarvis and Victor McDade for the first time in nine years, Still Game director Michael Hines speaks about why the series is such a success.

Wed 21 September 2016

The 1996 Edinburgh Fringe | A bit of nostalgia...

The 1996 Edinburgh Fringe

A bit of nostalgia...

21/09/2016 … Clearing out this week, I unearthed the 1996 Edinburgh Fringe programme and some flyers So for no other reason than nostalgia, here's how the festival has changed in 20 years.

Mon 12 September 2016

'That's me, warm but bleak!' | Jo Brand on her new comedy Damned
© C4
© C4

'That's me, warm but bleak!'

Jo Brand on her new comedy Damned

12/09/2016 … Jo Brand has co-written a new six-part Channel 4 comedy, Damned, in which she stars with Alan Davies as two jaded social workers in a busy children’s department.

ADVERTISEMENTS

We see you are using AdBlocker software. Chortle relies on advertisers to fund this website so it’s free for you, so we would ask that you disable it for this site. Our ads are non-intrusive and relevant. Help keep Chortle viable.