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Festival of Creativity, Scoot to the waterfront, SciFi London Film Festival and Lily Holleman

Bethany Gulliver, Ben Lewis and Alex Lewczuk welcome newbie drivettes Melissa Wild and Fergus Jeffs to the studio together with Scooter expert Dave Walker before heading over to Twickenham with Anna Lewis, Edinburgh with William Coles, San Diego with Arthur Weingarten, Sci-Fi London with Graeme Harper. Global adventures with Jason Lewis and Tammie Stevens then […]

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The Mall Galleries and SciFi London 2019

In which Graeme Harper, Ben Lewis, Bethany Gulliver , Elouise Sheehan and Alex Lewczuk combine the second day of the annual Sci Fi London Film festival with encounters with Steve , festival Director Louis Savy and Producer/Actor John James in addition to connecting with premier film and art critic Richard Fitzwilliams at the Mall galleries […]

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Royal Radio – Inspired on Air May 15th 2019

Jasmine Foley and Ollie Rushdie welcome `The Devil`s Bride Director John Goodrum to the latest Royal Radio podcast before going into ` A Midsummer Night`s Dream` with Quantum Artistic Director Jessica Selous and discussing the longevity of Sooty, Sweep and Soo with Richard Cadell. With news of upcoming open auditions for Robin Hood, the James […]

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Pint of Science and Cannes Film Festivals

Psychologist Kay Ritchie discusses the upcoming Pint of Science festival in Lincoln whilst Composer Luke Corradine has some interesting thoughts on the Cannes Film Festival and more as Anna Lewis, Elouise Sheehan, Beth Gulliver, Ben Lewis, William Coles, Graeme Harper, Larry Nemecek , Alex Lewczuk and Phil Leirness consider another range of topics combined with […]

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Daniel Sloss on offence, writing, and performing comedy

Written by on 20th October 2015

25-year-old Daniel Sloss brings his sixth UK comedy tour, Dark, to the Engine Shed this evening (20 October).

Last week, the Sorry for the Inconvenience team spoke to him about the four topics he covers in his show, how Frankie Boyle could survive without him, and why he doesn’t like his comedy being called ‘dark’.

Also, as ever, we asked him how long he’s been without washing. Listen to the full interview below:

An interview with Daniel Sloss – Sorry for the Inconvenience by Inconvenience on Mixcloud

Grab tickets for Dark from engineshed.co.uk or by popping into the Engine Shed box office on the University of Lincoln campus.

Plus, you can listen to more interviews with top comedians as well as a wide range of comedic nonsense every Sunday at 5pm with Sorry for the Inconvenience, or whenever you like on Mixcloud.