Tag Archives : Richard Herring

Richard Herring and Stephen Fry

Richard Herring Leicester Square Theatre Podcast: Stephen Fry

The Richard Herring Leicester Square Theatre podcasts are fascinating and fun, not because of the silly recurring questions (‘Have you ever tried to suck your own cock?’ and ‘What would you rather have: a ham hand or an armpit that produced sun cream?’) or Herring’s shabby interview technique, but due to the atmosphere that leads to the interviewee opening up and…

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As It Occurs To Me

Theatre: As It Occurs To Me Season 2 Episode 8

Richard Herring‘s As It Occurs To Me (shortened to AIOTM) is an impressive undertaking: Herring writes an entirely new 60-minute sketch show each week, rehearses it with the cast (Emma Kennedy, Dan Tetsell and Christian Reilly on guitar) twice on the day and they perform it live on Monday night, which is recorded and released as a free unedited podcast…

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How Not To Grow Up book cover

Book: How Not To Grow Up: A Coming Of Age Memoir. Sort of

By Richard Herring I have been aware of Richard Herring since the Fist Of Fun days; I read his daily blog, I follow him on Twitter, I listen to his podcast with Andrew Collins and have been to one of his live shows (The Twelve Tasks of Hercules Terrace). I feel a connection of similarity – similar age, similar appreciation…

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Collings and Herrin Podcast

Collins and Herring Looking Good

I’ve been listening to the Collings and Herrin podcast since its beginning – I’ve been reading the blogs of Andrew Collins and Richard Herring (the name of the podcast is a deliberate joke on their part) for a while now as well – and enjoying their unedited chat, which seems to hark back to their days when Collins used to…

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