Col Howarth has a comedy chat with one of the most recognisable and successful chaps in the business: double British Comedy Award winner, Royal Television Society winner and BAFTA nominee DAVE SPIKEY about the cross-roads that brought him here, meeting that Peter Kay and the forthcoming leg of his current tour Punchlines. For the pdf click here for the online version click here.
The Death Hilarious! The dark sketch-based double-act have hit the road, bringing their South Wales valleys-tinged brand of mayhem across the bridge to great reception. The boys had a chat with Col Howarth about their influences, their beginnings and their unique brand of theatrical comedy. Click here for the .pdf and click here for the online version.
Col Howarth chats with the true comedy craftsman about an amazing 30-year career in stand-up, from early-day motorway slogs with Eddie Izzard, through the political 80s, to being hand-picked to perform at Barry Cryer's birthday bash. Click here to read this big Stand Up For Comedy exclusive online, or here to read the .pdf!
Col Howarth has a comedy chat with one of the biggest, busiest and most recognisable guys in the business, about family, the Fringe and fame! Click here for the online version and click here for the .pdf.
Col Howarth chats to the brilliant Luke Smith about his on-stage alter-ego Frank Foucault, the Magners New Comedy Act Competition and a comedy career that started at the tender age of 14! Click here for the online version and click here for the .pdf.
Col Howarth of Stand Up For Comedy chats to legend and bona fide national treasure Jimmy Cricket about an amazing career, spanning 50 years in the business! Click here for the online version and click here for the pdf.
The brilliant Mike Gunn chats to Col Howarth of Stand Up For Comedy about his difficult journey from dark days to good ones, and talks about how stand-up comedy gave him both confidence and direction. Click here for the online version and click here for the .pdf.
The one and only John Hegley chats with Col Howarth of Stand Up For Comedy about poetry, music, glasses and potatoes, as well as the alternative comedy movement that sprang out of the 1980s. For the .pdf click here. For the online version click here.
Iain Stirling talks to Stand Up For Comedy about his journey of more than a decade of performance, from teen comic writer and sketch performer, to his latest Edinburgh Fringe show Touchy Feely, and how truth and honesty can often be the vey best source of material. Click here for the .pdf and here for the online version.