GetComedy on Netflix!
18th Sep 2013
As regular Netflix users may have noticed, some of the GetComedy collective are now available for viewing on UK (& US) Netflix!
You can catch Glenn Wool‘s latest No Lands Man and his performance in Amsterdam Glenn Wool: Live in Toomler, Amsterdam anytime you like!
His performances on The Comedy Store is also available (season 7 ep 5 & 17, season 8 eps 3 & 8). As is Matt Reed‘s performance on the series (season 8 ep 2, it’s wicked like!), Adam Bloom (season 6 ep 3season 7 ep 9 &12 , season 8 episode 10 & 14), Pete Johansson (season 1 ep 4 & 13) and Jim Jefferies (season 6 ep 12).
Jim Jefferies‘ Alcoholocaust is also now available on Netflix, along with jokemaster Adam Bloom‘s Amsterdam performance Adam Bloom: Live in Toomler, Amsterdam.
What are you waiting for? Get your comedy on now!
The maverick mirth maker and tail touting trailblazer is back in London for a very special one off performance of his much feted and critically acclaimed one man show “This Road Has Tolls”. Having spent another year performing around the globe with no fixed abode, Glenn is starting to realise not even he can outrun the passage of time. A lifetime on the road has taught him many lessons and given him unique perspective that fuels his beautifully thoughtful and hilarious comedy. Come watch a true master of the art perform stand up that educates, informs and of course entertains!
‘Wool remains one of the most smart, charming, blazingly theatrical storytellers around.’★★★★★ Telegraph
Glenn is performing on Sunday the 17th of November at the Soho Theatre.
It’s happening, folks, we’re back, ready and eager to get this festival back on the slopes. We are delighted to announce that a very limited number of Early Bird tickets are now on sale for Altitude Comedy Festival 2014 in Mayrhofen, Austria!
After undergoing a surgery for prostate cancer earlier this week, Billy Connolly has been diagnosed as having the ‘initial symptoms’ of Parkinson’s Disease.
The surgery was a total success, according his spokeswoman, and Billy made a complete recovery. She added, ‘In addition, Billy has been assessed as having the initial symptoms of Parkinson’s disease, for which he is receiving the appropriate treatment.
‘Billy has been assured by experts that the findings will in no way inhibit or affect his ability to work, and he will start filming a TV series in the near future, as well as undertaking an extensive theatrical tour of New Zealand in the new year.’
At the Waterfront Hall in Belfast in April, Connolly struggled with his set, and told the audience: ‘This is fucking awful. I can’t remember what I was saying. I get wee gaps and just stop.’ He also told an audience that he was experiencing ‘terrifying’ memory loss while on stage.
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