Episode 10: Technology, Dieting and other Preoccupations – SKETCH, PLEASE!

Sketch, Please! is back to slam dunk 2017 with brand  new sketches from brand new writers and a cast  of brand  new performers!

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New Year’s resolutions include: Communicate better with your household gadgets. Redecorate your home with a superior Stone Henge. And make sure your apocalypse is suitably passive aggressive. All this and  more within!

Don’t forget to rate, review, like and subscribe on iTunesSoundCloud and aCast.

If you would like to submit a comedy sketch or volunteer as a performer on the show, check the guidelines on our Submissions Page and get in touch by midnight on SUNDAY FEBRUARY 19TH 2017

CAST

file-22-01-2017-11-46-50Sean McInerny is a part of London’s Theatresports Company Story Kitchen Impro  and can be seen taking part in Maestro at The London Improv Theatre and Theatresports once a month at The Miller. He is also part of improv group Electric Priests and sketch group Hiya Pet.

file-22-01-2017-11-47-15Andrew Rodgers is a part  of  several comedy  acts including sketch group The Pretty Faces, improv team Left Foot First and much more besides. The Pretty Faces are hosting a sketch show at the Backyard Comedy Club on 14th February.

file-22-01-2017-11-47-28Susan Cunningham is an improviser and comedian as part of The 2 Stoozes, a comedy duo with Stacey Hemphill.


CREDITS

Public House by Eliot Stewart
Barman – Sean McInerny
Customer – Susan Cunningham
Old Tim – Andrew Rodgers

Star Trek Budget Cuts by Daniel Page
Captain – Sean McInerney
Admiral – Susan Cunningham
Number 1 – Andrew Rodgers

Third Wheel by Edmund Fargher
Jane – Susan Cunningham
Mel – Sean McInerney
A.L.E.X.A. – Andrew Rodgers

Medical  Students by Robert Mills
Doctor – Sean McInerney
Miller – Susan Cunningham
Foster – Andrew Rodgers

Forecast for Female Weather Forecasters written by Robert Mills, performed by Susan Cunningham

Flatpack Stone Henge by Danny Antrobus
Husband – Andrew Rodgers
Wife – Susan Cunningham
Delivery Man – Sean McInerney

Last Judgment by Stephanie Weston
Angel 1 – Sean McInerney
Angel 2 – Andrew Rodgers
Angel 3 – Susan Cunningham

Papaya Diet by Henrik Persson
Greg – Andrew Rodgers
Sam – Susan Cunningham
Nick – Sean McInerny

Hosted by Edmund Fargher
Produced by  Katharine Kerr

Episode 09: Education, Health and other Complaints – Sketch, Please!

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.

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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!

CAST

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.

img_8919Emmanuel 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.

CREDITS

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

Episode 19: 6 Month Celebration – ED & FRIENDS

This week on the Ed and Friends Podcast, Ed and producer Kat celebrate 6 months of the show with some top clips.

 

IMG_5265A huge thank you to all of our wonderful guests, and thanks to you for listening! We’ll be back next week with another great interview, but 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 mail@podcastadventures.com or follow us on Facebook and Twitter.

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Episode 12: Madeleine the Psychiatrist – ED & FRIENDS

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Who wears a scarf and forgot to take a picture with this week’s guest? That guy.

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Episode 02: Theatre, Radio and other Drama – SKETCH, PLEASE!

Episode 2 of Sketch, Please! is here with a bold bunch of fun-loving sketches sent via email from all over the internet.

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Ever wondered how it would sound if the characters recorded the DVD commentaries of their own movies? Have you ever been tempted to call in to a radio station? What do you think of creepy Transylvanian hunchbacks? These are the questions our talented writers have answered in our show!

If you would like to write sketches and perform for Sketch, Please!, head to the Submissions Page where you’ll find all the guidelines, T&Cs and email addresses you’ll need. The deadline for our next episode is Sunday the 28th of February.

You can also rate, review and subscribe to the podcast on iTunes and Soundcloud.

Performers

James Le Lacheur (@JamesLeLacheur) is an actohead15br and improviser most commonly to be found singing to the rafters with Multiverse (@MultiverseImpro). He also recently starred as James in ‘James and the Giant Peach’ at the Mercury Theatre, Colchester.

57Kanan Barot is a regular performer with the Southside Players in plays such as The Calendar Girls and Steel Magnolias. she first joined the company 25 years ago and has been a part of the community ever since. She even met her husband there!

TTalal Hatalal Karkouti is an actor and comedian with his own radio show, podcast and web series, The LIL Show (London Improv Live) where they have guest improv groups chatting and performing every week. He also performs with improv group Panicky Tack.

Credits

Commentary by Luke Johnson.
Announcer – James Le Lacheur
Presenter – Kanan Barot
Hulk – Talal Karkouti
Old Man – Talal Karkouti
Batman – James Le Lacheur
Robin – Kanan Barot

NHS Direct by Mark Daniels
Rachael – Kanan Barot
Kevin – James Le Lacheur

The End of The Play by Daniel Page
Mercurius – James Le Lacheur
Helena – Kanan Barot
Husband – Talal Karkouti
Peasant – Talal Karkouti

Alice Caruthers by Sayde Scarlett. Performed by Kanan Barot

Evil Assumptions by Edmund Fargher
Igor – Talal Karkouti
Mina – Kanan Barot

Doubtful Director by Stephanie Weston
Actor – James Le Lacheur
Director – Talal Karkouti

She Loves The D by Luke Johnson
Michelle – Kanan Barot
Glenn – Talal Karkouti
Jarvis – James Le Lacheur

Hosted by Edmund Fargher
Produced by Katharine Kerr