Chris Gray went to watch David Trent and gives his opinion on the comedian’s way of putting on a show.
The second heat of the new Hobgoblin Comedy Award came to Lincoln last night, hosting some of the city’s best comedic talent.
In an exclusive interview with The Linc, Shaun Almey, the Director of the Lincoln Comedy Festival tells us what is on offer and why students should go along.
Gregor Smith interviews Seb Cardinal, one half of Cardinal Burns, a sketch comedy duo that found national fame in a hit Edinburgh Fringe show and two Channel 4 series.
Joel Dommett, known mostly for presenting MTV News in 2012 and a 15 minute stand-up slot on Russell Howard’s Good News, came to The Platform in Lincoln on Thursday night.
Alice Rose contributed to this report. Always be inspired by your childhood dreams. They may lead you to do something amazing. This is the view by Shlomo on his current tour, Human Geekbox, which he brought to Lincoln’s Engine Shed on Monday.
After winning four awards in his first year alone, Rob Beckett has grown and grown in the world of stand-up comedy. And tonight, he’s in Lincoln.
Daniel Baker contributed to this report. The line-up of Lincoln’s Comedy Festival is “good quality” this year, according to comedian Chris Turner.
Comedian, activist and reporter Mark Thomas is a veteran in the world of stand up. He started his career back in the 80s after making regular appearances on BBC radio 1.