Channel 4 to live-stream a full night of comedy | Featuring some of the best new-wave acts

Channel 4 to live-stream a full night of comedy

Featuring some of the best new-wave acts

Channel 4 is to live-stream an evening of comedy that aims to capture the spirit of a late-night club,

Comics taking part in the event – called The Paddock –include Edinburgh Comedy Award Winner Jordan Brookes and Nominees Mat Ewins, The Delightful Sausage, and Olga Koch.

It will be live on Channel 4 Comedy’s YouTube channel from 8pm tomorrow, Tuesday November 26, and has been made by Blink Industries to celebrated the broadcaster’s new online comedy strands.

Content is also being showcased across Channel 4’s social media portfolio, including Facebook, YouTube and Instagram, this winter.

Those performing include:

  • Shropshire's Worst Novelist Christopher Bliss
  • Video Mysteries with Mat Ewins
  • Giants as the Norwegian pop sensation Fjörd
  • How T'Internet with The Delightful Sausage
  • What Jordan Brookes wishes he'd said after an argument
  • Kemah Bob as the pro-Trump comedian 'Lil Test Ease
  • Musings on Tom & Jerry from Johnny White Really-Really
  • A derailing greetings card workshop with Emma Sidi
  • Computer programming chaos from Foxdog Studios
  • A Ted Talk on the subject of Shame from Ken Cheng
  • Arnab Chanda as a dog giving stand-up a go
  • Synchronised insanity from Roisin & Chiara
  • A missing cat plea from Luke McQueen
  • What happened when Annie McGrath's tweet went viral
  • A guide to understanding corporate feminism with Amy Annette
  • Sketches influenced by the occult from Tarot
  • Shivani Thussu as accidental Goldman and Sachs spokesman Paul Rodriguez
  • Why Olga Koch likes dating boys not men
  • Britney give us a lecture on periods
  • 'This Is England, but sketches' from Moon
  • A dance class for the single people at weddings from Lola & Jo
  • Everyday problems celebrities face, interpreted by Katia Kvinge
  • Anna & Helen wonder who's that tiny bitch?
  • The morning after you sleep with a psychopath from Phil Dunning

Published: 25 Nov 2019

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