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From launch Free@Last TV has always been at the cutting-edge of comedy and will continue to be so as we work with some of the most exciting and innovative performers on the comedy circuit.
Gina Las Vegas starred formidable force of comedy nature Gina Yashere in a series for Paramount/Comedy Central as her two most recognisable characters took Sin City by storm.
Wendy Wason is one of the best stand ups currently performing and following the success of her sell-out one woman Edinburgh show Things I Didn’t Know I Didn’t Know, she is writing a specially commissioned sketch and sit com format Unspeakable for us alongside Johnny Candon and Eamon Forde.
We are in active development with a range of writers, comedians and performers. We have three comedy drama series in development written by comedian and pop culture vulture Andre Vincent, American stand-up and comedy actress is writing the Suicide Blonde with Becky Kershman and Harry Hill contributing writer and grumpy old man David Quantick is also development for a prime time comedy-drama series.
Other comedy projects have included:
One of Britain's finest stand up's and best writers Jenny Ross took the streets of London to get under the skin of the issues on the tips of everyone's tongues staring with Eminem. What would the man-hating Lesbians outside Europe's biggest feminist bookshop make of the man ass marshall mathers?
Edinburgh Nights @ The Albany. The company programmed the successful best of the fest in London, Edinburgh Nights season at the relaunched and refurbished Albany theatre and community centre in Deptford SE London and featured Andre Vincent's Hooray For Cancer coupled with Lorraine Bowen's Vital Organs, Topping & Butch's Take It Up The Octave, Tina C's Lifestyle Guru as well as a premiere of interactive improvisation show Probe with Steve Furst, Lizzie Roper and Adam Longworth.
In the first year the company produced the Come Piss ... series of shorts for Play UK that featured Brendon Burns. The Cuban Brothers & Dave Fulton alongside Ralf Little and a ropey life size cardbaord cutout of Kylie ... well, it could have been Danni!
Get Your Hits Out ran for 245 days on comedy & music channel Play UK and was the ultimate comedy & music format. Deftly written by former Sunday Show funny girl and BBC new stand up winner Jenny Ross, and performed by Matt Brown and Lauren Laverne. Gina Yashere & Anita Rani took the latest releases to the streets in Streetbeat.
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