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Gift Guide for your Comedy Fan Friend

year again, the season of giving is almost upon us and if you have a comedy fan on your Secret Santa list, or just want to subtly share this link around your friends and family, we have put together this list of gifts anyone who likes a laugh and supporting women will love…

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The Guide: December

AS IF the year is nearly over. If I were to give the year marks out of ten, I would be on the receiving end of an angry phone call from the year’s mother because the year had come home from school crying, and I would tell the year’s mother that she can’t shout me into a giving the year a better grade, because I’m a good teacher actually but there’s only so much you can do when your child is hellbent on being this much of an asshole. Does that make sense?

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Daisy May Cooper Memoir

hard to separate Daisy May Cooper from her cartoonish yet hilariously familiar This Country creation Kerry Mucklowe, so I expected pure silliness from her memoir Don’t Laugh, It’ll Only Encourage Her. And silliness there is, but it is squashed between grinding unfairness and poverty.

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VAULT Festival to Return in 2022

2022 to celebrate its 10th anniversary. Produced by VAULT Creative Arts, VAULT Festival is one of the largest curated arts festivals in the world and the largest in the UK.

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Liz Kingsman: One Woman Show

When you see One Woman Show — and you will — you’ll want to talk about it to everyone who’ll listen. You’ll want to see it again, maybe twice, and then organise some sort of One Woman Show book club event where you sit around in a circle and list all the funniest and cleverest parts.

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Sara Barron: Enemies Closer

It’s perhaps bad form to start a review by commenting on what the comic is wearing but I reckon, in saying that I was slightly distracted for a minute by her incredible E.T. shirt, Sara Barron would think I am just being perceptive. (I need that shirt.)

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