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“Man’s answer to the Vagina Monologues” Guardian.
“An impassioned and thoughtful disquisition on masculinity.” Observer
“His Cock is as funny and fascinating for women as it is for men. I loved it. I only wished it could have been longer” Scotsman
Richard Herring is one of the UK’s most prolific comedians and a phenomenal writer. He’s also a very busy man.
In the last year alone he’s taken the Edinburgh Festival by storm with his new show ‘What Is Love, Anyway?’ and then taken the same show on a nationwide tour. But that was only shortly after he finished touring the country with his critically acclaimed show, ‘Christ on a Bike: The Second Coming’ and wrapped the latest season of his award winning, Sony-nominated audio podcast and sketch show ‘As It Occurs To Me’.
His new book ‘How Not To Grow Up’ was also published and he released his second DVD, ‘Christ On A Bike’, following last year’s release of ‘Hitler Moustache’. And he also wrote and performed a second series of his Radio 4 series, ‘Richard Herring’s Objective’.
Like we said, busy.
Recent TV appearances include ‘Have I Got News For You’ (BBC One), ‘Argumental’ (Dave), and ‘Never Mind the Buzzcocks’ (BBC2). He has co-hosted the Saturday breakfast show on 6Music with Andrew Collins and they continue to record their weekly Collins and Herring Podcast on a laptop in Rich’s attic, getting up to 50,000 downloads per episode.
Richard’s blog ‘Warming’ Up has gained a cult following since he began writing it in November 2002 and has written an entry for every single day, well over 3000 consecutive entries.
He’s got plenty of form too. As one half of the prolific comedy duo Lee & Herring, Richard enjoyed phenomenal cult success as a writer and performer including ‘Fist of Fun’ (BBC Radio 1, BBC Two) and ‘This Morning with Richard Not Judy’ (BBC Two). And with Al Murray, Richard devised and wrote 37 episodes of the sitcom ‘Time Gentlemen Please’ (Sky One/Paramount) for Al’s alter ego The Pub Landlord.
If we haven’t persuaded you by now that you should buy a ticket to see this man you should know he’s also one of our favourite acts, a Glee regular and that rare comedic combination – a very fun man who will keep your grey cells fizzing.
Catie Wilkins performer profile:
Catie Wilkins is a a comedy writer and stand up comic. She likes jokes and stories.
Catie was listed in Dave’s ‘Top 10 Stand-ups to Catch in 2011’ and also appeared on FHM’s ‘Stand Up Hero’ (ITV4). In 2011 her debut Edinburgh show ‘A Chip off the Odd Block’ played to sell-out audiences, was nominated for the NOTBBC Best Live Comedy Show award, and gathered 4 star reviews.
Catie’s credits include children’s sitcom ‘Hotel Trubble’ (BBC1), ‘Sex Bombs’ (BBC NI), ‘The Atheist’s Guide to Christmas’ (The Friday Project), Stand-Up Put Downs (Metro Star Media), The Independent Blog and New Humanist Magazine.
‘Very funny’ – Jimmy Carr
‘A keen and insightful comedy mind, black-as-night sense of mischief and an excellent comedy writer performer. She’ll only get bigger’ – DAVE
Glee Club Nottingham
Thu 05 July
£12 / £6 nus
Doors 7pm / latest entry 7.30pm / show 8pm
Age restriction: +18
Booking www.glee.co.uk/nottingham 0871 472 0400