Weirdos In Space | And the rest of the week's comedy on demand

Weirdos In Space

And the rest of the week's comedy on demand

The week's best comedy on demand. For more streaming gigs use the search box with 'online' as the region.


JON RICHARDSON AND THE FUTURENAUTS: The comic returns for a second series of the podcast about things that keep him awake at night, alongside 'guarded optimists' Ed Gillespie and Mark Stevenson. Episode one, released this week, is about economics and features Kate Rayworth, author of Doughnut Economics. Listen here.


CHORTLE COMEDY BOOK FESTIVAL: Comedian Ariane Sherine finds the secret to long life from public health expert David Conrad at 5pm; then at 7pm, comedian Stephen K Amos, Esther Manito, and Anuvab Pal talk about their experiences in the white-dominated world of publishing; and 9pm Thanyia Moore talks to those trying to change that 'diversity deficit'. Details and tickets here.

Sunday November 22

CHORTLE COMEDY BOOK FESTIVAL: On the final day our our eight-day extravaganza, stand-up Ian Stone talks about his teenage memories, as seen through the prism of being a big fan of the Jam, at 5pm; at 7pm we hear from Lynn Ruth Miller, the world's oldest performing female stand-up comedian, at 87; and at 9pm, Father Ted and Toast of London co-writer Arthur Mathews talks about his career and his new book, written in the guise of Dominic Cummings. Details and tickets here.

Monday November 23

THAT'S A FIRST: Comedians Maisie Adam and Tom Lucy are back with season 2 of their podcast in which they chat to famous faces about interesting firsts they've experienced in life. Guests will include Joel Dommett, Chris Kamara, Kiri Pritchard-McLean, Baga Chipz, Vogue Williams, the Hairy Bikers and more. Episodes are released every Monday and available on Global Player and all other podcast platforms.

Friday November 27

WEIRDOS IN SPACE: The chaotic oddball comedy collective - lead by Adam Larter, Ali Brice, Ben Target, Eleanor Morton, Helen Duff, Joz Norris, Lucy Pearman and Matthew Highton - offer a night of comedy and chaos beamed directly from space. Tickets.

Published: 21 Nov 2020

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