The Comedy Store Since 2019
Tommy and Seb, from The Comedy Store are here to chat about a final polish of their new website (going live very soon). They bought us gifts of mango bubble tea. Cheers!
Anna and Jen met the Comedy Store team (in person and on Skype) to look over the designs for their new site.
The Comedy Store team are here. Anna is showing initial design ideas for a new website.
Our September Cog night was a trip to Leicester Square's legendary The Comedy Store. It was Lydia's first Cog outing and we promised her 'the best of stand up'.
Jen and Claire are at The Comedy Store, chatting about websites. A great excuse to grace that world-famous stage.
Leicester Square Theatre Since 2022
Today's focus is on our first big-on-sale via Leicester Square Theatre's new website. It went like clockwork.
Rounding off an eventful discussion day, we took a trip to Leicester Square Theatre for this month’s Cog Night. Laura and Spencer share their thoughts.
The lovely team from Leicester Square Theatre made the boat trip to see us (and initial work on a new brand and website).
Spencer and Michael spent a fascinating hour with Martin Witts (and Tom McGreggor), learning all about the theatre and its remarkable history.
Soho Theatre Since 2018
May's Cog Night took us to see Frankie Thompson's CAttS, Justin gives us his thoughts and sings thanks for the meowmories!
Our February Cog night saw us back at Soho Theatre, for an evening of introspective stand-up comedy. Nick shares his thoughts.
Nick and Spencer were at the Soho Theatre offices ready to train them how to use their brand new website.
Anna and Michael are in the Soho Theatre bar, Peter is sketching out the floor plan for their new Walthamstow venue.
For our Cog Night we were back at Soho Theatre, catching the award-winning and Edinburgh Fringe favourite Queens of Sheba.
For this month's Cog Night we're back at the Soho Theatre to catch the Queens of Sheba
For our August Cog Night, we enjoyed ‘Rob Auton: The Time Show’ at Soho Theatre. Nick gives his take on this funny and thoughtful evening.
Alex has framed the print he bought at our Cog Night to see Rob Auton at Soho Theatre
Our April Cog Night was an intimate evening with Mae Martin, via Zoom. A chance to watch their Soho Theatre stand-up show 'Us', and an opportunity for us to chat with Mae afterwards. Ed gives his thoughts.
Fleabag has dominated our day. Alex has been looking after Soho Theatre's site and the many thousands of visitors who have rushed to buy West End tickets for the show in August.
When stars of successful TV shows come back after 10 years it's hard not to be cynical.... Would the Flight of the Conchords be making a welcome comeback or cold hard cash-in?
Becca, Jack and Michael are at Soho Theatre, meeting with Peter and James, celebrating the success of their new website.
Michael and Ryan are at Soho Theatre for the day, filming clips for their new site. Their team are playing their roles – ticket buyer (Associate Director, Charlotte Bennett) and Sales & Box Office Manager (James Bush)
Michael's being given a tour of the quirky backstage areas at Soho Theatre. Here are Paul and James in Jess de Wahls's hairdressing room.
Admiring their work, Anna and Jack take some time out to look at the designs for a new Soho Theatre website, coming soon.
Michael, Jack and Anna were presenting website designs to Soho Theatre this afternoon. So they relocated this week's gin round to the bar.
A busy day in the studio. Website training with Contact in the meeting room, design presentation with Soho Theatre in the creative room.
We're running a website workshop at Soho Theatre. Whilst the others were preoccupied, Michael jumped up on the stage to take this photo.
Michael and Jack are at Spektrix, talking ticketing with our new clients Peter and James from Soho Theatre.
January's Cog Night was another outing to Soho Theatre, this time to see Richard Gadd's very personal show, Monkey See, Monkey Do. Dan manned-up to review it [with spoiler alerts].
We're at Soho Theatre for our January Cog Night, that's Richard Gadd peering over our shoulders.
An absurd, surreal and fascinating story delivered through speech, song and dance. A brilliant performance that has you laughing one minute and crying the next.
For our August Cog Night we're off to see Stuart Bowden's 'Wilting in Reverse' at Soho Theatre: "vigorous dance moves, understandable words and a fair bit of profound (probably life-changing) body movement".
The best thing about Cog nights is that you get to see or do something which you wouldn’t usually choose yourself. So, when a puppet play called ‘Bears in Space’ was suggested, everyone jumped at the chance to see something a bit out of the ordinary.
Taking advantage of Michael's UK Theatre membership, he and Becca have booked a booth in their 'members' bar' at Soho Theatre. Here's Becca and conductor, Peter Manning talking about the designs for Peter's website.
Up The Creek Since 2022
Spencer is smashing that red button to celebrate the launch of a new site for Up the Creek.
It's Cog Night, we're at Up the Creek for an impressive bill of comedy in aid of the All Hands and Hearts charity.
Tonight was our monthly Cog Night, and we went to Up the Creek in Greenwich, to see Stand Up For The Week - a work in progress. Josh Widdicombe seemed a little confused as to why there were more than 3 people in the audience when the football was on.