Here’s our Olympic sized catch up of bits and bobs of Harry Hill news:
- Tickets for Harry Hill’s Experiments In Entertainment have been selling well across the south and in Edinburgh, with Hemel Today reporting that tickets for the show at Old Town Hall in Hemel Hempstead sold out in 25 minutes.
- This Saturday’s You’ve Been Framed repeat attracted 2.11m (13.5%), with ITV1+1 getting 295, 000 (1.7%), beating the last episode of Primeval. For more, visit Digital Spy.
- Harry’s contributions to Momentarily Absurd has been discussed in an article for Oxford Mail.
- Livin’ The Dreem and Harry’s Nuts have recently been reviewed.
- A comment on The Bolton News’ article on Paddy McGuinness’ new show discussing the week’s TV highlights has suggested a similarity to TV Burp – we couldn’t possibly comment!
- Over in The Guardian, Julia Raeside has revealed that in her friends, TV Burp was most often given when asked what makes perfect family viewing and Michael Hogan has talked about TV Burp and BBC 3.
- Leo Benedictus for The Guardian has cited Hooves as comedy gold and reviewed the DVD, available for just under £2 online.
Also, in addition to the announced dates, Harry Hill has been out and about doing some special appearances. Here is a rundown, plus some bits from the other performances done:
- For Harry’s appearance at the Clapham Grand for a benefit for Klevis Kola Foundation with Arthur Smith, Phil Hammond and more, Matthew Reason reviewed the performance for SW Londoner.
- Harry was also at Balham Comedy Festival, with Tommy Holgate at The Sun interviewing organiser John Moloney about the festival and also Harry’s early work.
- Harry visited Bush Hall on Friday 15th June with Simon Munnery, Tony Law and Holly Walsh and also visited Old Rope on Monday 21st May with Alistair Barrie and more and went to Pleasance Theatre Islington on Thursday 21st June for work in progress.