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Part of BBC Two's Festival of Funny, this live stand-up series aims to spread joy and laughter by showcasing the very best comedy talent.Each episode is hosted by a top comedian who welcomes three stand-ups to the stage to share their highs and lows of lockdown as well as other hilarious observations.The series is filmed at a Covid-secure comedy club with a virtual audience tuning in from home.
In celebration of International Women's Day, the second episode of Funny Festival Live features an all-female line-up. Hosting the show is Sara Pascoe, who shares the stage with three top comics.
Joanne McNally has been taking Ireland's comedy scene by storm, and here she dishes out sex advice while revealing her penchant for ugly fellas. Thanyia Moore offers her top tips for dating during lockdown, award-winning comic Rosie Jones reveals why she is a triple threat, and newlywed Pascoe bares all about spicing up her marriage.
Filmed in front of production staff at The Bedford, Balham in South London, with a virtual audience tuning in from home.
Responsible for spreading some joy and laughter is top Welsh comedian Kiri Pritchard-McLean, who is joined by Jessica Fostekew, Chris McCausland and Dane Baptiste, as they take to the stage at a Covid-secure comedy club for the third instalment of Funny Festival Live.
In this episode, Jessica reveals how she has let herself go, Chris has been cutting his own hair, Dane is at his provocative best, and Kiri explains why motherhood is not for her.
Jo Brand leads the comedy tonight on Funny Festival Live from The Bedford, in South London. Joining her on stage are three cutting edge acts, each bringing their own unique brand of comedy to brighten up your Wednesday night. Mancunian comedian Rachel Fairburn gives us a lesson in polite conversation; Darren Harriott discusses how to become a wine connoisseur, while Jo Brand explains the ins and outs of DIY enemas. And sketch group Britney make their TV debut in front of an audience of covid-tested production staff and a virtual audience tuning in at home.
In the final episode of Funny Festival Live, Nabil Abdul Rashid is at the helm with three extraordinary comics on stage at our Covid-safe comedy club, bringing some joy and laughter with their cutting-edge material. Tim Renkow presents the rough guide to wheelchair use on public transport, Catherine Bohart dissects the pansexual scale, Zoe Lyons has acquired some new skills and Nabil rounds things off with an insight into what it is to be a ‘practicing' black man. Filmed at the Bedford pub in Balham, South London, in front of production staff with a virtual audience tuning in from the comfort of their own homes.
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