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October News

Hello all
Hope you had a good September. I mainly rested and got drunk.
But now it's time to get back to work. Here's the stuff coming up in the next month or so

I'm back with another run of the chatshow podcast, with some amazing guests

October 1st TONIGHT! Rob Delaney and Peter Serafinowicz
October 8th Reece Shearsmith and Steve Pemberton
October 22nd David Mitchell
November 5th Dave Gorman
November 19th TBC
December 3rd Russell Howard
You can book tickets here -
These will be available as free podcasts on iTunes -
and the British Comedy Guide -

Although the bulk of the tour will be in the Spring of 2013 there are a few dates in October and November - these are all selling well, so book now - details of all gigs and where to book tickets can be found here -

7th October Liverpool Comedy Festival
12th October Brighton Comedy Festival
14th October Sheffield Comedy Festival
17th, 19th, 20th Oct Purcell Rooms London
23rd October Frog and Bucket Manchester
Sat 17th November Aldershot West End Centre
Thu 29th November Newbury, New Greenham Arts
Fri 30th November Windsor, The Firestation

What is Love, Anyway? is now available to buy from the good folks at It has a whole disc of extras including the first ever filmed frame of Me1 vs Me2 snooker - Buy it here (pay an extra £2 to get a show programme - all profits to SCOPE)

Fist of Fun series 2 is now in production and should be available within 4 weeks. If you want to help Chris Evans (not that one) be able to afford to get them made and to ensure it's sent out to you as soon as it is ready, then you can preorder here -

You can also buy the Talking C*ck book exclusively from the site -
Lots of other great stuff to buy there if you want to have a browse.

This continues to go on and continues to hemorrhage listeners. It's back to being weekly and is getting more worrying and exciting. It's on iTunes or at the British Comedy Guide - competitively priced at 0p.

My weekly Metro column continues - you can catch up on them all here -

I do a lot of work for charity but I don't like to talk about it. So I will write about it instead.

On 6th October I am part of an impressive bill at the Hammersmith Apollo for London Zoo and its tigers -

On 22nd October I am hosting a benefit for the Chickenshead Theatre.

On 1st November I am doing a spot at the Bloomsbury for WDM

Thanks for reading, if you did and if you didn't then you didn't read that so I can ignore you. Unless you just read that last sentence in which case read the other stuff.
Richard Herring
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