Happy Christmas! By way of an episode and all round Christmas greeting, we thought we would share with you a special Festive podcast Ed recorded with his two very good friends and regular co-hosts on Ed & Friends Natasha Parrott and Ellie Grice, aka Giggle Loop, which secretly makes this particular episode of the show The Giggle Loop Podcast.
Thank you so much to all of our loyal listeners and we look forward to sharing more fun podcasts with you in the New Year!
Sketch, Please tackles the big topics this month. Ofsted, the NHS… Princesses? Your sent us your sketches and we brought them to life with a cast of volunteers.
What pieces of wisdom should we cast aside? How far has “political correctness” spread. And who exactly is the Patron Saint of Hospital Administration? All that and more on this week’s episode of Sketch, Please!
Liz Peters is a musical comedian and artistic director of The Maydays. She has played numerous acting roles on stage and screen, from Daleks to Tina Turner to a serial killer but her dream job would be to play a mermaid. Seriously. Jennifer Oliver recently completed ‘The Secret Life of Sally’ at the Southwark Playhouse, Lost Theatre’s ‘Five Minute Festival’ and ‘Write to Right’ at the Pleasance Theatre. She can be seen in the One Festival at The Space theatre in Jan 2017.
Emmanuel Paul Griffith has been part of the stand-up comedy scene for three years and Sketch, Please! is his first foray in to voice acting. He also has a few dynamite stories under his belt.
National Half Service by Jody Barnard
Lucy – Liz Peters
Gavin – Emmanuel Paul Griffith
Wendy – Jennifer Oliver
Satanist School Ofsted Inspection by David Keenan
Inspector – Jennifer Oliver
Principal – Liz Peters
PC Lapdance by Robert Mills
Bouncer – Liz Peters
Man – Emmanuel Paul Griffith
School Monologue by Michael Monkhouse. Performed by Jennifer Oliver
Industrial Accident by Stephanie Weston
Aurora – Jennifer Oliver
Lawyer – Emmanuel Paul Griffith
Needy Patron Saints by Lucias Malcolm and Jason Jillings
Doctor – Jennifer Oliver
Basil – Emmanuel Paul Griffith
Adrian – Liz Peters
Albinus – Emmanuel Paul Griffith
Intercom – Liz Peters
Produced by Katharine Kerr
Hosted by Edmund Fargher