Following on from his appearance in ITV’s “The Delivery Man” last Wednesday, Rich has swiftly edited a new showreel – WATCH IT HERE: Rich Keeble Showreel
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Comedy Central and Channel Five will broadcast the new series of Impractical Jokers, starring David Moon and his Gimp Fight partners, in September…
Alistair is taking a brand new show to Edinburgh this year, and of course, can be seen around the country before then too!
new film, A Royal Night Out is released on 15th May. You can’t see her in this rather lovely trailer – so better get to the cinema…! http://youtu.be/oaF-HdgZVU8
Sam Baines is performing at her home town’s, Churchill Theatre on 7 March – read all about it in the Bromley Times!
I now look after Sydney Stevenson. A brilliant actress who has just finished a run of her self-penned “Next Door – an awkward love story” at The Tabard Theatre – hoping for a West End transfer later this year. Check out her page for more info!
Wonderful review for the super lovely Ella Ainsworth and The Jest
FINALLY, after many many years of silence, Gary Le Strange has got his elbows in gear and released a proper single, available now for worldwide download on CD Baby, iTunes and Amazon MP3. It is also available to listen to on Spotify and will soon be appearing on a whole host of other online shops, mobile apps and internet radio stations.
Titled Norman (I’ve Dropped My Cup of Tea), it details the plight of a hapless pop star who has managed to drop his favourite cup of tea, and his increasingly desperate pleas to the listener to help him rescue it from oblivion. With its emphasis on Britishness, beverages, time travel and sado-
I’m very excited to announce that I’ve taken on Samantha Baines. A Best Actress Award winner, Samantha is also a talented stand up comedian and was a finalist in this year’s Funny Women Awards. She is also one third of all female sketch group Vinegar who were finalists in the NATYS 2014. Samantha has had a fantastic year filming ‘Mary’ in major new feature film Girls Night Out for Lionsgate and Ecosse Films, as well as appearing in CBBC comedy Hank Zizper and playing the lead role in Blueprint at the Bike Shed Theatre. She is also currently appearing in a pretty amusing Stand Up to Cancer video alongside Joey Essex. Other TV credits include: Lee Nelsons Well Funny People (BBC) and So Awkward (CBBC). Read and see more on her profile page….
Currently developing two sitcoms with Channel X, Sharon & Lauretta Gavin have just produced this funny little short for your edification…