Posts Tagged ‘comedy’

I recently had the pleasure of shooting promo images for the hilarious Susan Riddell’s upcoming show, “Duvet Day”. Already an established comedy writer and performer for the BBC Writers’ Room, Susan will be performing Duvet Day at the Edinburgh Fringe this summer, championing the virtues of laziness in an increasingly manic world. Tickets are on sale now!

You can follow Susan on Twitter to find more of her upcoming work (including an upcoming comedy series alongside fellow comedian Rachel Jackson!).

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When performer Rachel Jackson gets in touch for a photoshoot, I know it’s going to be one of a kind. Had an absolute blast shooting the promo images for her upcoming show Slutty Little Goldfish which deals with everything from the #MeToo movement to her career as the shortest serving employee at Disneyland Paris.


Some exciting events coming up in the next few months: front-row seats at Wicked; Game of Thrones live concert experience with the show’s actual composer Ramin Djawadi; and kicking things off last night…a man and two friends reading his father’s barely-literate erotica.

We were out of pink peppercorns so had to resort to using actual pomegranate in our pomegranate cocktails.

Huge thank you to Jamie, James and Alice for cutting across our dreams! 💦 And to My Dad Wrote a Porno for being the most hilarious thing I’ve listened to in years. The podcast has made me laugh at a variety of inappropriate times and locations, but I most distinctly remember John telling me I had to stop listening to it in public when I was in actual tears on a highly crowded but otherwise silent train. I challenged him to listen to it and not have the same reaction…whereupon he came home one day and admitted that he’d been cackling to himself during his entire commute to work.

Final promotional image for Rachel Jackson’s one-woman show Memoirs of a Bunny Boiler, touring Newcastle to Glasgow, 2016. (In case you were wondering what we needed all that blood for.)

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