This month, No Pressure to be Funny's creators Alistair Barrie and Nick Revell take over to preview their Edinburgh shows, 'No More Stage 3' and 'Feminist Porno Jihadi'.
This month, Omid Djalili, Sajeela Kershi, Chris Neill and Jake Yapp discuss, amongst other things, rock festivals, royalty, torture, peaceful protest, women's football and The Comedy Godfather, Barry Cryer. Masterful musical sets from Ronnie Golden, and hosted by Nick Revell.
No Pressure to be Funny - "a charmingly scruffy satire show" (Guardian) and "one of the best topical comedy podcasts out there" (Huffington Post) will be ending the summer season with a bang on Sunday June 28 at the Phoenix, Cavendish Square, at 7.30 pm.
This month’s incredible panel will include:
Kevin Day - Comedian and TV writer, with credits including Have I Got News For You, 8 Out Of 10 Cats and the British Comedy Awards. Kevin is probably best known for his Match of the day 2 TV inserts.
Nick Revell hosts May's NP2BF. The guests are musical comedian James Sherwood; political stand-up Kate Smurthwaite; The Daily Telegraph's political sketch writer Michael Deacon; and Amir Amirani, the director of We Are Many, a film about the anti-war marches. With a monologue from Paul Willers.