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“I once did a gig where we forced comedy upon some unsuspecting people in a hotel restaurant, that was interesting. My worst gig would be the one with the strippers. We were lucky to make it out of that one alive”


Graham has been doing stand-up comedy for 2 years, starting in Newcastle and now travelling up and down the country, collecting stories as he goes. Making Life Taste Funnier is Graham’s second show at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and will be his first ever time performing on a bus.


“The bus will be an interesting selling point! I’ve been going to the Fringe for 6 years and I’ve never been offered a gig on a bus. We’re just hoping it’s not an open top.”  


Graham also regularly MC’s at many comedy nights across the North-East and is the resident compere at The Hanging Monkey Comedy Club in Hartlepool as well as Comedy Heroes in Gateshead, a night he joint runs.


You can follow Graham’s comedy travels through his blog where he writes up his experiences and thoughts on comedy.


Graham also has a YouTube channel, with an online audience now in it’s hundreds.

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“I use Youtube as another place to try out material and to create sketches and ideas that I wouldn't be able to do at gigs. It all ends up on my blog which I’ve been writing ever since I started stand-up.”


Graham will be updating his blog and uploading videos while at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, so make sure you check them out!