Pleasance Comedy Podcast
Pleasance Comedy Legends - Announcement
The Pleasance have produced an album featuring thirtyof the best comedians from the last three decade who have chosen to grace the stages in the Courtyard. You can buy the album now and help support new and emerging comedy and theatre for years to come. iTunes https://itunes.apple.com/gb/album/pleasance-comedy-legends-30/id976064090 Google https://play.google.com/store/music/album?id=Bl3x42mboklo32e6znu4234tt6y Amazon...
20. Thom Tuck, Nick Helm, Matthew Crosby and James Acaster Part Two - Pleas
At the end of the 2012 comedy festival, Thom Tuck invited fellow comedians Matthew Crosby, James Acaster and Nick Helm down to the Pleasance Courtyard for a coffee and a discussion about masculinity in comedy. Unfortunately Nick couldn't make it to the interview at the same time as everyone else; and so a cunning plan was hatched. Thom would simply interview Nick separately and then edit in his bits with the rest of the tapes. It didn't work. But rather than admit defeat, we've decided to...
17. Tom Deacon and Wittank - Pleasance Comedy Podcast 2012
For the next ten weeks the Pleasance are having a look back at the 2012 Comedy Festival - with so much happening there was no way we were going to fit it all into August. This week the nicest man in the world herds cats in the Terrace Bar in the Pleasance - or to be more accurate Radio 1's Tom Deacon has a friendly chat with sketch group Wittank. The podcast brings together four of the sharpest and funniest young comedians on the scene at the moment. There's stand up from Tom and one of...
16. Suzi Ruffell and Josh Widdicombe - Pleasance Comedy Podcast 2012
For the next ten weeks the Pleasance is taking a look back at the comedians that played the Edinburgh Festival in 2012. In this podcast we hear from Suzi Ruffell as she interviews her comedy chum Josh Widdicombe about his time at the Fringe, the Olympics and the superstar lifestyle that he has become accustomed to. There's stand up from Suzi and Josh, and what better way to escape the autumnal rain than a ray of sunshine from the Courtyard. Recorded in August 2012.
13. Ian D. Montfort with Tom Stade - Pleasance Comedy Festival Podcast 2012
Sometimes you can't explain things with science. Sometimes things are unbelievable. Sometimes, just sometimes we are lucky enough to meet more than just a man. Today, you can meet a man that is more than just a man. Ian D. Montfort is the world's leading celebrity medium, and we are blessed with the grace of his time as he shares his ability with not only you, but with a true believer. Tom Stade was selected to have a private sitting with Ian to try to contact the significant celebrities...
08. Seann Walsh and Elis James - Pleasance Comedy Festival Podcast
Ever wondered what an episode of Live at the Apollo hosted by Michael McIntyre featuring Stewart Lee, Josh Widdicombe and Ian Paisley? No? Really? Well the Pleasance is here with the answer. We have given full control of the Pleasance Comedy Festival Podcast to Seann Walsh who is joined by Elis James. Their conversation takes us all over the place; Scarface, movie posters, Stewart Lee, hygein issues and everyone’s favourite Fringe topic flyer-ers. Seann is back in Edinburgh with his new...
07. Cariad Lloyd with Abandoman - Pleasance Comedy Festival Podcast 2012
Improv! Is it harder to sit down for hours upon hours and craft a well written comedy show, or is it harder to stand in front of a room of strangers with nothing in the bag and create something entirely new every single day? Cariad Lloyd takes over the Pleasance Comedy Festival Podcast to discuss the finer points of improvisation with Rob Broderick, the wordsmith genius behind Abandoman. Both comedians have passionate views on what makes a good show and share anecdotes of their successes...
06. Shaun Keaveny with Al Pitcher, Carl Donnelly and The Horne Section
An Edinburgh virgin no more; deflowered by five fantastic shows full of comedy, music and laughter - Shaun Keaveny ends his mini series of podcasts with a show to remember. Not only do the fantastic Horne Section give us a spectacular finale to proceedings, but messrs Carl Donnelly and Al Pitcher share the most inappropriate stories about Liam Gallagher, self love and airplanes they can muster. From New Zealand to drug dealers, Alicia Keys to the Final Countdown, this is a podcast not to...
05. Shaun Keaveny with Marcel Lucont, Pete Firman and The Blanks. Pleasance
Shaun Keaveny makes another notch in his Edinburgh bedpost, as he makes his fourth appearance at The Pleasance in 40 Year Old Edinburgh Virgin. We have another scorcher of a show for you today as we continue to bring you the best of the Edinburgh Fringe. Shaun has invited another couple of the biggest acts of the festival to join him on his sofa and is also joined by a fantastic musical group to close out the show. Plus a very special guest makes a surprise appearance. Marcel Lucont has...
04. Shaun Keaveny with Andrew Maxwell and Sara Pascoe - Pleasance Comedy Fe
Back for his third ever stint on the boards, Shaun Keaveny returns to the podcast bringing yet another killer line up to your ears for the commute to work. If you can't be in Edinburgh for the Festival Fringe the Pleasance Comedy Festival Podcast will endeavour to bring you the best, funniest and most interesting characters and comedians in the city. This podcast certainly manages that, Sara Pascoe joins Shaun on the Jonathon Ross style sofa to tell a packed room what she's been up to in...
03. Shaun Keaveny with Sean Hughes, Lloyd Langford and Abandoman - Pleasanc
He's good - he's very good - Shaun Keaveny hosts the Pleasance Comedy Festival Podcast live from the Pleasance Dome in Edinburgh as part of his first ever stage appearances - The 40 Year Old Virgin. On today's podcast you're going to fall in love with at least two men. Three if you count Shaun but that seems like cheating. Sean Hughes hasn't been at the Edinburgh Festival fringe for five years but has returned to immediate acclaim with his new show at the Pleasance, Life Becomes Noises....
02. Shaun Keaveny with Sarah Kendall, Mark Watson and Axis of Awesome - Ple
In the first of a mini-series of five, Shaun Keaveny the 40 Year Old Edinburgh Virgin hosts a live show from the Ace Dome at the Pleasance. All this week the podcast will feature Shaun's choice of comedians from the fringe as he not only puts his toe in the city's water but dives head first into the hedonism, entertainment music and comedy from the largest arts festival in the world. On this show, Shaun is joined by Sarah Kendall for a chat about kids, The Boss and the unknown deviancy...
01. Axis of Awesome - Pleasance Comedy Festival Podcast 2012
There have been many band rivals throughout history – Oasis v Blur, Tupac v The Notorious B.I.G. and the Justin Bieber v the Rest of the World – but nowhere has such a rivalry been so fierce, so personal than right here on the Pleasance Comedy Festival Podcast. The Axis of Awesome have made the Pleasance their home for 2012 and host the first podcast of the festival, but rather than soaking up the culture or exploring the fine city of Edinburgh, the Axis invited rock band Dead Cat Bounce...
00. Pleasance 2012 Preview - Mike McShane, Phil Nicol, Nick Helm, Andi Osho
Welcome back to the Pleasance Comedy Festival Podcast for 2012. This year promises to be even more exciting than last year, with the City of Edinburgh already buzzing with excitement, the performers arriving by the train-load and the production crews sweating bullets to get everything ready in time. In this preview podcast, internationally acclaimed comedian, actor and director Mike McShane walks us through what you can expect from the Pleasance Courtyard and Dome, plus what to expect from...
Pleasance Comedy Podcast 05 - Xmas
Jason Cook, Holly Walsh, Josh Widdecombe AND Adam Kay? You must have been a very good little boy or girl this year. In this festive edition of the Pleasance Comedy Podcast we look back at some of the best comedy of the year and put the Pleasance spin on traditional Christmas carols. For more information visit pleasance.co.uk and find us on Facebook and Twitter; @thepleasance.
Pleasance Comedy Podcast 04 - Joy of Sketch
Pleasance and TimeOut present a night of sketch comedy in the West End of London, The Joy of Sketch. All of the Pleasance's favourite sketch groups were squeezed into the West End for an amazing night of comedy, and here's just some of what went on. Featuring; Pappy's, Late Night Gimp Fight, Two Episodes of Mash and the Penny Dreadfuls.
Pleasance Comedy Podcast 03 - Office Party with Tom Price
It's that time of year where the country is awash with queues of minicabs, secret Santas and Debbie from Accounts on top of the photocopier, so for this episode we sent Torchwood star Tom Price to Office Party, a fantastic interactive night at the Pleasance Islington. As a ticket holder, you join the fictional company Product Solutions for the night and enjoy a well deserved office party after all your hard work this quarter.
Pleasance Comedy Podcast 02 - Thom Tuck
Thom Tuck - a master of phraseology and charm presents this episode of the Pleasance Comedy Podcast and introduces us to The Joy of Sketch, a night of sketch comedy in the heart of London. It's on the 12th of December and full details plus clips of performers are contained within this delightful podcast of fuzzy joy - including stand up from Thom himself, plus a review of his solo show from the rest of the Penny Dreadfuls.
Pleasance Comedy Podcast 01 - Matthew Crosby
In the first Pleasance Comedy Podcast of this series we bring you highlights of the recent months at the Pleasance Islington. There's loads of comedy packed in, from Henry Paker who has trouble with his morning tasks to the featured Matthew Crosby (Pappy's Fun Club), who brought his Adventure Party to the capital after a great Edinburgh run. There's also some exciting news on the Joy of Sketch and we hear from one of the acts performing on the night, the wonderful Delete the Banjax.
Tim Key: The Relaxing Special- Pleasance Comedy Festival Podcast #15
It's been a manic festival full of action, love and laughs - so we're having a quiet one before the madness of the weekend. Close your eyes, relax and enjoy the marvellous Tim Key who is looking after today's podcast. There's a banjo in it, there's a beautiful Dutch lady in it, and Peacock and Gamble remind us it's still fun to be childish at every opportunity. Robin Grey plays us out to a tranquil end, but don't worry - coming on Monday we've got a high energy belter of a highlights package...