There are very few artists acclaimed by two completely different genres as one of their best. But for Richard Digance, his touring life balances both his skill as a folk musician with his wit as a comedian. To put this in perspective, he is close friends and rated as a great acoustic guitarist by Ralph McTell, while top comic Ross Noble describes Digance as a major influence. And when it comes to pedigree, few can match his CV. Digance has enjoyed his own ITV Saturday-night show, and a series of Saturday night specials where he has played with Queen’s Brian . . .
Comedy takes many forms. Some comedians throw slick, short puns at you by the dozen. Some weave tales of derring do and experience, embellished and fantastic. And others observe us, and remind us of how frail, desperate or silly we all are. Tom Binns, on the other hand, has become famous for simply being someone else. The actor, broadcaster and stand-up comedian became best known in the early naughties as the hapless radio DJ Ivan Brackenbury. In 2010 he made the comedy headlines for the right reasons as a new character, Ian D’Montfort, the spirit medium, and his show ‘Touching . . .
Winter may be coming but Nathan Caton, star of BBC Radio 4’s “Can’t Tell Nathan Caton Nothing…”, is guaranteed to raise the heat in his ‘feel-good’ performance in Tiverton’s Comedy Hall on Sunday 11 October at Tiverton Community Arts Theatre. Nathan regularly appears on Live At The Apollo, Mock The Week, and Russell Howard’s Good News. His ability to combine personal, confessional material with up-to-date social and political anecdotes has won him numerous credits and plaudits over the years and has made him one of the hottest rising young stars on the circuit. Opening support act is one-liner merchant Tony . . .