Col Howarth shot some fresh Canadian breeze with the brilliant Craig Campbell who told standupforcomedy all about how his days as a rafting guide in the Canadian wilderness plus his spirit of adventure has made him one of the most sought after acts anywhere and everywhere. Click here for the .pdf and here for the online version.
Col Howarth chats to Welsh wizard Lloyd Langford ahead of the Rhondda Arts Festival in Treorchy, where he will be raising the roof at The Lion. But where did it all start? And where is it all going? And why the big face? Click here for the .pdf and here for the online version.
Nominated for last year's Edinburgh Fringe Comedians' Choice Award for his debut show, Jordan Brookes is taking his new hour The Making Of to the fest throughout August 2016. Read this article for an insight into one of stand-up's unique voices. Click here for the .pdf and here for the online version.
In yet another Edinburgh 2016 exclusive, Robin Morgan chats to Col about his preparations for his full fest debut Robin Morgan Freeman and the effects that moving from his home town Cardiff, to that there London, has had on his stand-up career. For a .pdf click here. For the online version click here.
Archie Maddocks chats with Col Howarth about his speedy rise through the comedy ranks from his days as an actor just giving it a go, to his 2016 Edinburgh Festival debut hour Shirts vs Skins in which he looks at his perceptions of the world as seen through the eyes of someone who is mixed race. For the .pdf click here. For the online version click here!
DREW TAYLOR is THE GRAFTER - Stand Up For Comedy had a chat with one of the hardest working newer acts on the circuit. Approaching 100 gigs as he heads into year two, with an insurance-bothering mileage clocked already and with an ever-expanding portfolio of shows as a promoter, Col picked the brains of the Welsh terrier to find out what it is like to start out on today's circuit and how to prog...
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 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.