Leicester Comedy Festival review: Lost Voice Guy at Curve

Review by Ella Lloyd The atmosphere was extraordinary. Complete silence filled the Curve theatre as Lee Ridley, otherwise known as ‘Lost Voice Guy’, grinned down at his Lightwriter. Anticipation filled the room. What he would say next? Whatever it was, it was sure to be dark. Even when it came to discussing the bullying he […]

Leicester Comedy Festival review: Roger Swift’s Machine Pun at Grays@LCB Depot

Glorious puns from a fully groan man.

Leicester Comedy Festival review: Kate Barron at the Cookie

The expletive-obsessive Canadian is blunt, bold, ballsy and brilliant

Leicester Comedy Festival review: Stuart Laws at Firebug

Stuart Laws comes bursting onto the stage like a bright blue fireball of energy, full of confidence, and raring to wow the audience with his utter masterpiece of a show.

Leicester Comedy Festival review: Paul Smith at the Haymarket Theatre

There is no doubt that Paul Smith is not only the hero that comedy deserves right now, but the comedian that it needs. His quick wit and hilarious banter have made him a standout star, he is easily deserving of his name the ‘Ginger King of Comedy’.