First up in our new video series Comedians Answer Our Questions, aimed at introducing you to a number of faces in this year's comedy festival, we had comedians reflect and …
Spinoff Comedy co-editor Sam Brooks talks to the Williams siblings about family dynamics , what lead them into comedy, and who's the funniest (spoiler: it's dad).
Sam Brooks chats to Jono and Ben head writer Alice Snedden about swapping law for comedy and controversial pop-star Katy Perry.
James Nokise is known for his political comedy and theatre, but his show this year pivots to focus on a subject largely untouched by New Zealand stand-up comedy: sports. Sam Brooks talks to Nokise about the reasons for the change, and what's so funny about sport.
You might know Guy Montgomery from winning the Billy T Award a few years ago, from his smash-hit podcast The Worst Idea of All Time, or from TV3's Fail Army. Sam Brooks talks to Guy about his career in comedy and what he plans to do in New York.
Every comedian has at least one horror story. We asked some our favourite funny people for their festival nightmares, and we got back stories ranging from lost luggage to accidental hypnotisation.
Melbourne Comedy Festival: lots of shows, lots of cool people, fewer audiences. Auckland comedian Donna Brookbanks shares the second installment of her Melbourne festival diary.
Comedians Hamish Parkinson and Ryan Richards have formed a new comedy act for this year's comedy festival. Comedy co-editor Natasha Hoyland has a chat with the Fuq Boiz over Facebook messenger.
Australian troupe Aunty Donna have been taking the internet world by storm with their insanely hilarious sketch comedy. Natasha Hoyland talks to member Broden Kelly about how Aunty Donna came to be and their plans for their upcoming New Zealand shows.