We are very proud and excited to announce that Arthur Smith has joined Source of Humour.
During June, July and August 2019, he will be performing his show “SYD” at the Soho Theatre and the Edinburgh Festival.
For more information, please see his page HERE.
If you would like to book Arthur for an event - do get in contact.
Nick Revell was voted “Favourite Act” by attendees of the great Laugharne Festival which took place earlier this month.
See article by Beyond The Joke HERE.
To find out more about the festival follow “The Laugharne Weekend” on Facebook - or see the website HERE:
The last performance or Nick’s 2018 show “BrokenDreamCatcher” is tomorrow in Guildford at The Electric Theatre before he will begin previewing his 2019 show “Eurasia’s Most Eligible Psychopaths and their Lovely Homes”
Congratulations to the fantastic team at The Mash Report (which stars our Steve N Allen) for their BAFTA TV nomination.
The British Academy Television Awards will take place on Sunday 12th May and will be televised on BBC1 and stream on IPlayer.
The ceremony for the British Academy Television Craft Awards (which focuses on celebrating behind-the-scenes and technical talent) is held earlier – on Sunday 28th April.
The annual Leicester Comedy Festival runs from 6-24 February 2019.
Don’t miss these solo shows written and performed by:
(Click below for tickets and show information)
We are pleased to announce that “Men In Coats” have joined Source of Humour.
This brilliant visual comedy act have performed all over the world and on television including “The Royal Variety Show” and “Sunday Night At The Palladium”
If you would like to enquire about booking them for an event, do get in contact.
“Lasted Another Year” - Steve’s collection of his topical columns from throughout 2018 is now available in Kindle format via Amazon.
Comedian and star of BBC’s The Mash Report Steve N Allen recalls the last year in this review of the news including some of the strange and memorable happenings from the twelve months of our lives.
The Mash Report - with it’s great cast & crew (including our Steve N Allen) - returns to our screens on BBCTwo (Fridays - 10pm) from the end of October.
You can apply for audience tickets here:
Following his fantastic run at the Edinburgh Festival in August and his recent BBC Radio 4 series, you can see NICK REVELL perform his solo show “BrokenDreamCatcher” on the below dates.
Forthcoming dates - Do book ahead..
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Description & Reviews:
Following a successful run at this year's Edinburgh Festival and his BBC Radio 4 series, see comedian Nick Revell perform a collection of surreal, satirical and autobiographical stories, including Vladimir Putin’s Bottom Is Missing, Clash of The Hipster Shamans and BrokenDreamCatcher. Not only autobiographical but also 100% true (as defined by The 2018 International MSM and Social Media Definitions of Veracity Convention).
The Times - “Nick Revell has done for magic realism what Austin Powers did for James Bond”.
The Observer - “So good…uplifting stuff”
The Sunday Times - Sublimely surreal…wonderfully odd”
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ The List - "...a glorious piece of esoteric, literary fiction, finding a fun route into anarchic, erudite comedy"
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Beyond The Joke - "...a master storyteller with a powerful and original mind"
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ FringeGuru - "Revell is a true raconteur. This is old-fashioned farcical storytelling, where a man, a microphone and your imagination is all that is required"
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Mumble - "Great surrealism should always be on the cusp of believable. It is known as the suspension of disbelief. And this comic did that with great aplomb"
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Morning star - "A masterclass of storytelling, with a lovely final rant"
“This is a sort of Jackanory for grown-ups and it is great fun. Nick Revell’s stories are a fantastic device to do some satire, some politics, some observational humour and a load of silliness…Nick pretty much has the ‘surreal fiction for adults’ genre to himself and he is its master.
I left thinking I wish they would put it on telly”
- Kate Copstick, The Scotsman
Age - 15+
Dealing with unexpected anger - the great Dr. Brian Kaplan interviews Nick Revell about physical, mental and spiritual well-being.
(A Snipper Nixon production)