Leicester Comedy Festival review: Jack Barry at Brewdog

Ladies and gentleman, here comes the canary man (respect for the yellow on yellow jumpsuit). The self-described basic bitch and a wonderful lover. The first one to bring comedy to the London Eye and tremendously fail. Jack Barry at BrewDog.

Leicester Comedy Festival review: Scott Bennett at Peter Pizzeria

My name is Scott and I’m a stress head. That’s the premise of comedian Scott Bennett’s Relax routine.

With his hilariously honest, self-deprecating yet light-hearted humour, he guided a sold-out audience through an hour-long rant about his own personal life and stresses, and had the whole crowd reduced to tears of laughter.

Leicester Comedy Festival review: Tony Cowards’ Ewok Circus at Grays@LCB Depot

First, the bad news. There were no ewoks to be seen let alone a circus act, but Tony Cowards brought along some friends that were a fair replacement for the fluffy space creatures.

Leicester Comedy Festival: Kathryn Mather, Andrew Ryan and Scott Bennett at Peter Pizzeria

Review by Kinga Ludwin An hour zipped by at ‘First Night Funnies’ which offered a trio of stand-ups at Leicester’s Peter Pizzeria. The winner of the South East New Comedian of the Year 2018, Kathryn Mather doesn’t hold back her punches. Honesty is a word that neatly encapsulates her style. She makes no attempt to hide […]

Leicester Comedy Festival review Kathryn Mather – Always Angry (work in progress) at the Cosy Club

An intimate show set in a cold room soon warms up with Kathryn Mather’s ability to illuminate the stage with her cutting, dark, yet relatable humour, bringing the atmosphere to life.