mostly comedy

"A grab bag of standup, sketches & music from the finest acts on the scene, hosted by Doggett & Ephgrave." "Polished, natural comedians." (Camden Fringe Voyeur)

Our Next show: 23rd October 2020

Isy Suttie, Doggett & Ephgrave (live-streamed interview)

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Doggett & Ephgrave’s Comedy Shorts

See above for a 25-minute grab bag of sketches from the duo behind Mostly Comedy, Doggett & Ephgrave, that was filmed across a fortnight in 2011 and premiered as part of The Comedy Project’s 2011 season at The Soho Theatre, London. 

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(1) Introduction (0:00) (2) Breaking News (0:51) (3) Do a Dance (3:39) (4) Love Hurts (4:55) (5) John’s-Eye-View: Part 1 (6:27) (6) The Morning After (7:19) (7) Office Admin (9:00) (8) Chip Shop Awkwardness (9:35) (9) Johns-Eye-View: Part 2 (10:06) (10) I’m a Little Bit Pissed Today (10:42) (11) The Little Boys’ Room (12:06) (12) John’s-Eye-View: Part 3 (12:41) (13) Price Comparison (13:08) (14) By Extension (15:55) (15) End Credits (21:21) (16) John’s Eye View: Part 4 (22:43)

Written by Doggett & Ephgrave
Directed by Doggett & Ephgrave and Glen Davies
Assistant Director: Ben Tinniswood
Camera / Sound Op: Glen Davies, Glyn Doggett, David Ephgrave and Ben Tinniswood

Cast includes: Adam Astill, Kelly Bibb, Matt Bradbury, Leon Camfield, Clive Dancey, Glen Davies, Glyn Doggett, Charley Durrant, David Ephgrave, Owen Guerin, Stephen Halliday, Lindsay Harding, Kaytee Howcroft, Carrie Laurence, Roger Murphy, Richard Perry, Gemma Poole, Ian Prosser, Laurie Skelton, Abs Scott, Catherine Stacey, Ben Tinniswood and Tess.

Thanks to: The Comedy Project; The Soho Theatre; Redhill News; Powher; Keith Harding; Alan and Leslie Doggett; The Town Fryer; Broadway Cinema, Letchworth; Austin’s Funeral Directors; Ollie and Steve at The Croft; Kirk Foster; Jo Croydon-Foster; Kate Harding; The Market Theatre Kid’s Club; Hitchin Youth Trust; Keith Hoskins; The Victoria Pub, Hitchin; Hitchin Swimming Centre; La Senza, Hitchin; Vision Express, Stevenage.

Music: ‘Check My Machine’ (Paul McCartney)