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REVIEW: Luisa Omielan: Politics for Bitches – 3*

REVIEW: Luisa Omielan: Politics for Bitches – 3*

Radio Ha-Ha! talks Ha-Ha! Written by Vanessa Maselino This is by far one of the toughest reviews to write, because it almost feels wrong to put a star rating on somebody’s display of painful emotions. In many ways, it can be argued that we should not have to put a star ...

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August 17th, 2018

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REVIEW: Kai Humphries: Team Smug – 4*

REVIEW: Kai Humphries: Team Smug – 4*

Radio Ha-Ha! talks Ha-Ha!     Written by Sarah Exton After arriving 5 minutes late due to heading to the wrong venue, there was a slight fear that I would end up getting picked on for my tardiness. Swiftly entering and taking a seat as quickly as possible; instead ...

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August 16th, 2018

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REVIEW: Kiri Pritchard-McLean: Victim, Complex – 5 *

REVIEW: Kiri Pritchard-McLean: Victim, Complex – 5 *

Radio Ha-Ha! talks Ha-Ha! Written by Sarah Exton It’s never an easy task reviewing a show that is based on someone’s trauma. Especially when considering, that it takes a strong and skilful individual to go on stage and bare their soul in front of a crowd every night; whilst ...

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August 16th, 2018

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REVIEW: Jamali Maddix: Vape Lord – 3 ½ *

REVIEW: Jamali Maddix: Vape Lord – 3 ½ *

Radio Ha-Ha! talks Ha-Ha! Written by Vanessa Maselino Critically acclaimed and the host of Viceland’s Hate Thy Neighbour series; Jamali Maddix: Vape Lord was definitely on our list of shows to catch at this year’s Edinburgh Fringe. The show promised brutal honesty ...

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August 15th, 2018

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REVIEW: Ed Night: An Aesthetic – 5*

REVIEW: Ed Night: An Aesthetic – 5*

Radio Ha-Ha! talks Ha-Ha! Written by Sarah Exton Trying to stand out during the Edinburgh Fringe Festival is a challenging task, potentially leaving comedians disheartened, dishevelled and drained. Unless you have a distinct voice, style and confidence to execute, it’s easy ...

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August 15th, 2018

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REVIEW: Eleanor Morton: Great Title, Glamorous Photo – 3*

REVIEW: Eleanor Morton: Great Title, Glamorous Photo – 3*

Radio Ha-Ha! talks Ha-Ha! Written by Sarah Exton It’s common knowledge that the comedy world is incredibly male dominated, and trying to break into this industry as a woman, is a difficult task. Women are either labelled as being ‘whiney’, ‘too crass’ or just ‘unfunny’ due ...

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August 15th, 2018

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REVIEW: Archie Maddocks: MATCHSTICK – 5*

REVIEW: Archie Maddocks: MATCHSTICK – 5*

Radio Ha-Ha! talks Ha-Ha! Written by Vanessa Maselino Independent of who you are, or how many shows you’ve done; Edinburgh Fringe can sometimes prove to be an unforgiving place for anyone performing a stand-up routine. Whether it be the smaller crowd sizes, merciless ...

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August 13th, 2018

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REVIEW: Mr. Thing is the Most Wonderful Thing – 5*

REVIEW: Mr. Thing is the Most Wonderful Thing – 5*

Radio Ha-Ha! talks Ha-Ha! Written by Sarah Exton Having a talk show around the midnight hour and getting a decent size audience to attend is not an easy task. Most people are probably out on the lash, stumbling into their nearest kebab or trying to convince their Uber driver

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August 6th, 2018

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DENIM & FRIENDS – 25th May 2018

DENIM & FRIENDS – 25th May 2018

Radio Ha-Ha! talks Ha-Ha! Venue: Soho Theatre Address: 21 Dean St, Soho, London W1D 3NE Written by Vanessa Maselino   Last month, Radio Ha-Ha! had the opportunity to watch “drag super-group” DENIM in their one-night-only comedy and cabaret show at the Soho Theatre. ...

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June 5th, 2018

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We’re moving!

Hey there everyone! We’re moving to new studios in London on Saturday 3rd March and there will be some interruption in service. We really apologise but due to the extreme weather here at the moment the best way for us to do this cleanly means that we will be off the ...

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March 3rd, 2018

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