This week’s episode of Ed & Friends features talented impressionist, comedian, and filmmaker Tai Campbell.
Tai is the creator of The Impressionismists, a YouTube Channel where he and fellow impressionist Angus Dunican perform competing impressions for your viewing pleasure.
Ed and Tai chat about the work it takes to create a convincing impression, the transformative physical process and the practice it takes. And they have a bunch of fun doing it, with surprise appearances from Barack Obama, Stephen Hawking, Matthew McConaughey and many more…. ehem.. celebs.
Click to get tickets for Tai’s upcoming improv shows with his group “Left Foot First” at Guildford and Reading Fringe Festivals.
You can check out The Impressionismists on Youtube here:
Sketch, Please! is back for its sixth episode! We tackle motherhood, the Internet and DIY. Stories of all life’s colourful characters written and performed by the most hilarious volunteers the Internet has to offer.
Ever wondered how superheroes cope with their kids? Or tried to remember what life without broadband was like? Have you ever pondered what would happen if Facebook and Twitter had personalities of their own? All of this and more on this week’s episode!
And remember, YOU CAN BE PART OF THE SHOW! The show is comprised of scripts submitted by writers via email. To find out how to get your work produced, check out the Submissions Page where you will also find our Terms & Conditions and details for how to be a performer as well! The next deadline is midnight on SUNDAY 31st JULY.
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DC NCT by Fin O’Driscoll
Supergirl – Cherry Walters
Wonder Woman – Jacqueline Black
63 Things by Mark Daniels
Boss – Scott Samain
Exec – Cherry Walters
One Night Stand by Robert Mills
Man – Scott Samain
Woman – Jacqueline Black
Budget News Delivery by Michael McHardy
Advertiser – Scott Samain
Telephone Operator – Cherry Walters
Miss Wallis – Jacqueline Black
Example Person – Edmund Fargher
Mrs Gardener – Jacqueline Black
Mr Gardener – Scott Samain
If Social Media Profiles Were Real People by David Keenan
Facebook – Scott Samain
Twitter – Cherry Walters
LinkedIn – Jacqueline Black
Google+ – Edmund Fargher
Village Slow Broadband by Vivienne Riddoch and Jane McCutcheon
Frank – Scott Samain
Mrs Villager – Jacqueline Black
Modern Remakes by Edmund Fargher
Rick – Scott Samain
Ilsa – Jacqueline Black
Editor – Cherry Walters
Reporter – Scott Samain
Rhett -Edmund Fargher
Scarlett – Jacqueline Black
Jack – Edmund Fargher
Wendy – Cherry Walters
George – Edmund Fargher
Zuzu – Jacqueline Black
Hosted by Edmund Farther
Produced by Katharine Kerr
Another month has passed and that means theres a brand new episode of Sketch, Please! to enjoy. You’ve been sending in your scripts and volunteering your voices and we had a bucket of fun recording some of them with brand new cast in a boiling hot studio.
Left to Right: Jacqueline Black, Edmund Fargher, Cherry Walters and Scott Samain
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This week Ed talks to publisher, author, journalist and poet Rob Dickins about the Psychedelic Press and its subject matter; drug culture and its influence through the ages.
Rob and Ed featuring grey attire with a cereal box backdrop
Rob and Ed are old flatmates from university, so there is much to catch up on, and much for Ed’s mind to expand upon, including the medieval and spiritual history of mind-altering drugs and their impact on the modern world.
Rob explains the multidisciplinary applications of psychedelics in science, medicine, anthropology and spirituality and shares a poem he has written.
They also touch on Disney snakes, cults versus the occult, counterculture, Churchill and creativity.
If you know someone unusual and brilliant you think Ed should be talking to, why not let us know! You can get in touch with us by emailing on firstname.lastname@example.org or follow us on Facebook and Twitter.