Comedians’ blog

Ben Target, shaman of self-improvement, builds bridges with Nick Helm

LiF’s latest blogger is mahatma Ben Target (below), who each month embeds himself in that cankerous pit of human anguish: the light entertainment industry. Here, he will humbly resurrect the soul of a suffering artist. This month: Nick Helm Distraught. Appalled. Naked. Words the editor of London is Funny used to describe my lack of(…)

Rachel Parris, lady of letters, pens a postcard from New York

LiF blogger Rachel Parris is in “the Big Apple”, and good God has she been busy! Previous blogpost – Rachel badgers the landlady Dear Mum and Dad, I am in New York, New York! “The Big Apple”! The City That Never Sleeps! So Nice They Named It Twice! “The City of Dreams”! The Melting Pot!(…)

Ben Target, shaman of self-improvement, mends John Kearns’ heart

LiF’s latest blogger is mahatma Ben Target (below), who each month will embed himself in that cankerous pit of human anguish: the light entertainment industry. Here, he will humbly resurrect the soul of a suffering artist Irate lovers have suggested that comedians living in the information age have become narcissists, incapable of connecting with anyone(…)

Rachel Parris, lady of letters, badgers the landlady

LiF blogger Rachel Parris has a broken boiler and some unacceptable sofa stains that she simply won’t keep quiet about … Previous blogpost – Rachel lambasts the Queen Dear Mrs Haim, This is a follow-up to the letter I wrote you last week, when it was snowing quite heavily, and I asked you to fix(…)

Rachel Parris, lady of letters, lambasts the Queen

LiF’s new blogger, Rachel Parris, having pondered the new year’s honours list, makes her feelings known to old Liz … Previous blogpost – Rachel addresses Santa Claus Dear Your Royal Highness, I am delighted to read about your choices for the new years Queen-medals list.

Rachel Parris, lady of letters, addresses Santa Claus

LiF’s latest blogger, Rachel Parris, puts in her Christmas requests  Previous blogpost – Rachel pesters the bank manager Dear Father Christmas (don’t worry, I know you’re not my real father!), Sorry to write to you so far in advance of Christmas, but considering how long it took for you to provide my present last year,(…)