Into The Archives….

We are currently putting on hold all Show Of The Week articles so instead we are delving into the archives with a few articles every Monday to make up for it. So every Monday we will be sharing a few interviews from our archives for you to read and enjoy – this is everything from the world of improv, to comedy to music. Enjoy.


Improv Community Heroes – Ben Tucker

This year Rachel Thorn from Between Us wrote many articles from us including this fantastic strand called Improv Commnity Heroes. Rachel interviewed acts up and down the country to find out more about the local communities. This is just one of them interviews – this time with Ben Tucker

“…To thrive, an improv community would need to stray from the idea of community, and harness an open and inclusive platform for all to play…” 

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REVIEW: Impractical Jokers: The Cranjis McBasketball World Tour

We reviewed a lot of shows this year and one of the acts that we went to was Impractical Jokers. This review was our most viewed article of 2019 and did exceptionally well in America so it had to be in our running order

“…I really wish that they interacted with the audience more and did a few improv related games to welcome us into their world a bit more instead of just viewing it...”

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INTERVIEW: Why Not Start The Decade With This Epic Music Challenge

I really like interviewing people about unusual achievements and this is definitely one that I found interesting. Ziggy of the sketch act The Scribbling Ape made it his challenge to listen to every single album Rolling Stone Greatest Albums list which was 500 albums in total. Give this interview a read, it is really interesting.

“…I did have days when I really just wanted to listen to other stuff and not have my daily music dictated to me…”

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