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As It Occurs To Me


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As It Occurs To Me is a stand-up and sketch show podcast written and performed by Richard Herring at the Leicester Square Theatre. Richard is joined on stage by Dan Tetsell, Emma Kennedy and Christian Reilly.

Customer Reviews


If I had to listen to one podcast while being bummed by Kriss Akabusi it would be this one.

Rough and ready

How about a review from someone who's listened to it?! I enjoyed this a lot, and think its the way forward for distributing other live comedy deemed 'outside' the conventional. The sketches made me laugh out loud, Emma Kennedy's mini review of the Hitch hiker's film is the most accurate I've heard, and Richard Herring's comedic musings were on good form. This being the first episode, it was a little rough around the edges, but I'm sure it will only get better as it goes on. Class.

Breaking Boundries

The perfect antidote to todays age in which the media stunts the growth and enjoyment of properly funny, adult entertainment in the name of chasing pathetic headlines and misrepresenting the ancient role and purpose of comedy. Richard Herrings punk podcast is scrappy, uplifting, disgusting, hilarious, childish, sweary, baggily scripted and delightfully refreshing in its approach. What you get here is 50-odd minutes of totally topical, expressly written new material each week, barely even practiced before being recorded in front of a live audience in one take and no post edits. There is no big budgets, no panel of writers or constrictive guidelines to restrain the flow of comic conscious - therefore allowing genuine comedy to emerge at the end. I almost feel guilty that I get all this for free. Full credit to Richard for not waiting around for people to come to him, for managing his own creative ideas and producing something modern, exciting and most of all, disgustingly funny. If only more comedians had the kahunas to try something akin to this, we could happily wave goodbye to the Daily Mail forever!