Here is the latest Harry Hill news:
- TV Burp writer David Quantick has suggested that the show will not return, as the channels and shows were becoming reluctant to provide clips and be included in the show, The Sun has reported. In an interview with Fubar Radio, he also said that ITV had considered continuing the show with a new host, which was rumoured previously.
- Harry has been in the Waitrose magazine talking about the Newman’s Own Foundation, recipient Roundabout Drama has tweeted:
- Whistable Times was at the re-opening of Whitstable & Seasalther Endowed School’s library, which Harry cut the ribbon of, signed books, performed the ukulele and had some rather fun cakes:
- James and Daniel from Michael Drayton Junior School have written to Harry as part of Long Live The Letter, with Harry writing back to the pair:
- Finally, Harry has put up on Instagram that he was invited on BBC’s Home Away From Home after the production team liked his house – how nice!
Lookalikes, the Channel 4 short that featured Harry Hill lookalike Craig Wilcock, will be airing its special episode on Channel 4 this Monday.
Airing at 10pm on the channel, here is the synopsis for the episode:
Eastbourne: where the world’s most famous people come to play. Or do they? Lookalikes is a structured reality show following the antics at Britain’s premier lookalikes agency, run by David Beckham impersonator Andy Harmer. The agency is a revolving door for those who look like some of the biggest names in the entertainment industry and make a living from it. The question is, can they turn off the act at the end of the day? The programme follows Andy as he tries various unique business building schemes with hilarious consequences. He’s hoping to re-launch his male cabaret review act, The Chippendoubles, in the USA and thinks he’s got the perfect business partner to pull it off: Barack Obama lookalike Reggie. However, Andy’s plans are thrown into chaos when troupe stalwarts ‘Will Smith’ and ‘Gordon Ramsay’ quit and he faces a race against time to turn ‘Mr Bean’, ‘Colin Farrell’, ‘Ed Sheeran’ and ‘Robbie Williams’ into a coherent dance troupe. Meanwhile, David Brent lookalike Tim is fed up with his day job, and lovelorn ‘Gordon Ramsay’ admits to ‘Del Boy’ that he has romantic feelings for ‘Victoria Beckham’.
Craig has confirmed he is back for the special, appearing as a version of himself.
For more, visit Channel4.com.
Here’s the latest Harry Hill news for your Sunday:
- Over at The Pleasance, Harry, Shaun Keaveny and Nick Helm were joined by the Oompah Brass.
- Harry was at Always Be Comedy in Kennington as their special guest:
- Harry was at the Balham Comedy Festival this weekend:
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As part of Harry Hill’s question and answer session with Joel Sanders, Harry is talking about his ID fraud case and his assassination fears:
Here is the latest Harry Hill news, all about live dates:
- Here are a few photos from recent live performances at the Comedy Bunker, Slapstick Festival benefit and Bush Hall:
- Harry was at The Miller on 18th June with host Karl Schultz, Cam Spence and Lolly Adefope.
- Time and Leisure are running a competition to win 4 pairs of tickets for Balham Comedy Festival.
- Bruce Dessau for the London Evening Standard reviewed Harry Hill and Friends, giving it 4 stars.
Here is the latest Harry Hill news:
- Harry joined Shaun Keaveney on BBC Radio 6 Music on Thursday, talking the Union Chapel gigs, further stand up, Tea Time and his “raft” of TV ideas.
- Metro have suggested The Harry Hill Show should return when discussing 1990s Channel 4 shows.
- Harry has spoken to Islington Gazette to talk about live comedy.
- Holidays were the subject for a second interview with the Daily Express.
- Bristol Post has reviewed Stand Up For Slapstick, praising Harry’s performance.
- Harry has talked to the Radio Times about his piece at the Summer Exhibition, which has now sold.
- Harry was at the Covent Garden May Fayre and Puppet Festival:
- And finally, TV Burp and Stars In Their Eyes guest Brian Belo has returned to the Big Brother house!
Harry Hill has been out and about over the last fortnight with various live gigs:
Always Be Comedy (4th June, The Pow, Brixton):
Stand Up For Slapstick (where Harry shook hands with everyone as they left!):
The Invisible Dot at Union Chapel:
Harry also appeared at Up In Arms Comedy on 2nd June – no pictures unfortunately!
Finally, here is our winner for the Union Chapel tickets Katie Marsh:
As previously reported, Harry Hill has produced a piece of the Royal Academy of Arts’ Summer Exhibition.
He has done a painting of Damien Hirst, which is now on show with the rest of the exhibition until 16th August.
He has also produced a video, which is below: