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Re: New UK Stand Up Streaming Site
« Reply #30 on: January 13, 2017, 01:06:50 PM »
Had a quick scan through, and these are (possibly not all) the ones not listed in "All Shows" (the first two of which are also shown as "Latest Arrivals" in the email):

Phil Nichol - Nearly Gay
Joe Wells - 10 Things I Hate About UKIP (Audio Only)
Omid Djallili - Live In London (Audio Only)
Cannon and Ball
Ted Robbins

Re: New UK Stand Up Streaming Site
« Reply #31 on: January 17, 2017, 11:02:39 AM »
I think this is a new one: Alan Driscoll - Infinite Love

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Re: New UK Stand Up Streaming Site
« Reply #32 on: February 01, 2017, 02:05:54 PM »
Two new shows have been added recently, one by Eleanor Morton and one by Ria Lina. I'm not aware of either, but look forward to checking them out. I just checked out their facebook page and it seems pretty decent, with announcements of all new shows (currently at one a week, but I hope we get a bit more than that if it takes off), it's a shame the site doesn't make it clearer than new content's on there, if you search by Release Date neither new title comes up in the first eight suggestions.

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Re: New UK Stand Up Streaming Site
« Reply #33 on: February 09, 2017, 09:46:06 PM »
Ria Lina - Possibly unfair to judge as I turned off after five minutes, but it wasn't for me. The show's about confronting taboos but she opens with some lazy material about homosexuality and the bible where the punchlines mostly fell flat or just weren't funny and it felt like stuff I'd seen on the open mic circuit a good few times. I'll probably give it a second shot at some point but I'd be surprised if she wins me over.

Eleanor Morton - A much much better show where Eleanor talks about her anxiety and various other mental health issues. It's clearly a debut show and I'm not sure it needs the songs but she shows a lot of promise, and whilst it's recorded in front of a tiny crowd they often laugh hard, and understandably so.

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Re: New UK Stand Up Streaming Site
« Reply #34 on: March 13, 2017, 07:22:21 PM »
Fern Braidy - Male Comedienne - Starts with two fairly okay but slightly bland jokes and I couldn't help but fear this would be another case of a show filmed before the comedian's really ready for it. Then she launches far more confidently in to fifty minutes of great material, a mix of jokes about mental illness, people thinking she's a man, twitter's reaction to her appearance on a panel show, and her career as a stripper, and it feels like watching a different comedian, and she proved me completely wrong. Just about the best thing I've watched on nextup so far (though I'd seen Mr Tony's shows elsewhere).

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Re: New UK Stand Up Streaming Site
« Reply #35 on: March 24, 2017, 11:38:21 PM »
Danielle Ward - Seventeen - A mix of anecdotes of when she was that age and advice she'd give seventeen year old's now. Confident and mostly strong stuff, it might start a little slowly but it quickly becomes very funny, my favourite parts being her Sting anecdote, how she was once a Suede fan, and the dishwasher allegory. It doesn't have a 100% hit rate but it is damn impressive, and this has superseded Fern Braidy as the best thing I've seen on the site so far.

Re: New UK Stand Up Streaming Site
« Reply #36 on: March 30, 2017, 11:27:54 PM »
As promised, the Bill Hicks upload has happened, and it's Relentless. (As if we thought they'd uneath new stuff and put it on there anyway)

The new 'Recently Added' menu has given me little need to revisit this thread, as, no offence, That's all I used this for.

Hats off to whoever's in charge of NextUp, I messaged them asking for a 'newly added' section and they did it within a month. About 7-8 years ago I remember messaging Spotify and asking for a drop-down menu and it appeared within a few weeks, so, measuring it like that, NextUp is as good as Spotify!

Danielle Ward's bloody brilliant though isn't she? Wow! I've been singing 'Everybody's doing the Louise Wener stance' (to the tune of Half Man Half Biscuit's Len Ganley Stance) (Yes I saw Seymour do that last Fringe) All month

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Re: New UK Stand Up Streaming Site
« Reply #37 on: March 31, 2017, 12:54:44 PM »

Danielle Ward's bloody brilliant though isn't she? Wow! I've been singing 'Everybody's doing the Louise Wener stance' (to the tune of Half Man Half Biscuit's Len Ganley Stance) (Yes I saw Seymour do that last Fringe) All month

Danielle is superb, do the right thing is excellent, and she makes it even better.

Re: New UK Stand Up Streaming Site
« Reply #38 on: March 31, 2017, 08:32:59 PM »
Danielle is superb, do the right thing is excellent, and she makes it even better.

Got away with continuing the podcast whilst having a show on Radio 4 with the exact same premise, too (although not hosted by her).

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« Reply #39 on: March 31, 2017, 09:12:34 PM »
Got away with continuing the podcast whilst having a show on Radio 4 with the exact same premise, too (although not hosted by her).

Was that agony with sue perkins?Although I might just be confusing that with a round in do the right thing.

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« Reply #40 on: March 31, 2017, 09:49:44 PM »
Was that agony with sue perkins?Although I might just be confusing that with a round in do the right thing.

I think it was called Dilemma, but yes, it was Sue Perkins. Always noticed Danielle Ward's name in the credits, though. Some of the rounds were different but it was clearly an iteration of the same show.

Re: New UK Stand Up Streaming Site
« Reply #41 on: March 31, 2017, 11:41:22 PM »
I'd heard DTRT but her Stand Up was something else!

Watching Stephen Banks now, very enjoyable, though also very different

Re: New UK Stand Up Streaming Site
« Reply #42 on: March 31, 2017, 11:46:24 PM »
Was Louisa Omielan's show on NextUp or did I just make that up? Can't find it

Re: New UK Stand Up Streaming Site
« Reply #43 on: March 31, 2017, 11:49:57 PM »
Was Louisa Omielan's show on NextUp or did I just make that up? Can't find it

BBC3 (i.e., iPlayer), I think. BTW, Bridget Christie has a show up on Netflix now.

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Re: New UK Stand Up Streaming Site
« Reply #44 on: April 01, 2017, 12:28:27 AM »
BBC3 (i.e., iPlayer), I think. BTW, Bridget Christie has a show up on Netflix now.

NextUp used to have Luisa Omielan's "Am I Right Ladies" show up there, but I guess they only had the rights for a certain amount of time. Or now that she's a bigger name someone bought it from them.

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Re: New UK Stand Up Streaming Site
« Reply #45 on: April 01, 2017, 01:06:12 AM »
I think it was called Dilemma, but yes, it was Sue Perkins. Always noticed Danielle Ward's name in the credits, though. Some of the rounds were different but it was clearly an iteration of the same show.

Same basic idea, but less rude.

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Re: New UK Stand Up Streaming Site
« Reply #46 on: May 30, 2018, 01:41:17 PM »
I ended up unsubscribing to this as I found myself rarely watching it, but it's been about ten months now so I'm tempted to rejoin, is anyone still a member? And is there anything new that's a must see?

I also noticed that the Soho Theatre have launched an online service, though it's four quid per show and the selection isn't that great right now - https://www.sohotheatreondemand.com/

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« Reply #47 on: May 30, 2018, 01:55:09 PM »
I just rejoined as they sent me an offer to get 3 months for half price - as it turned out I got another free trial month as well - but have they taken away the option to see all available shows in one list? I was going to go through the list and make a note of everything I wanted to see, but it seems to be only possible to view individual categories now.

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« Reply #48 on: May 30, 2018, 02:40:23 PM »
Anyway, here's my attempt at a (possibly incomplete) list of the shows they have currently - 87 by my count, about half of which are new since we were last here:

Ed Aczel: Is Edward Aczel Infinite?
Steven Banks - Home Entertainment Centre
Alasdair Beckett-King: The Alasdair Beckett-King Mysteries
Christopher Bliss - Writing Wrongs
Ray Bradshaw - Deaf Comedy Fam
Fern Brady - Male Comedienne
Dylan Brody - Driving Hollywood
Jordan Brookes - The Making Of
Alfie Brown
Peter Brush
Brendon Burns - Selfies in the Grand Canyon
Ed Byrne - Crowd Pleaser
Ed Byrne - Different Class
Ed Byrne - Outside Looking In
Ed Byrne - Roaring Forties
Pat Cahill - D.O.T.T.
Daniel Cook - For Money
Hal Cruttenden - Straight Outta Cruttenden
The Delightful Sausage - Cold Hard Cache
Tiernan Douieb - Miserably Happy
Tiernan Douieb - This Isn't For You
Tiernan Douieb - The World is Full of Idiots
Alexis Dubus - A R#ddy Brief History of Swearing
Anne Edmondss - That's Eddotainment
Andy Field - The Andy Field Experience
Stewart Francis - Pun Gent
Stephen Grant - Taken For Granted
John Hastings - Integrity
Dai Henwood - Adapt or Dai
Dai Henwood - Dai Another Day
Richard Herring - Lord of the Dance Settee
Bill Hicks - Relentless
Bec Hill - Bec in an Hour
Andrea Hubert - Week
Sean Hughes - Penguins
Lloyd Langford - Rascal
Tony Law - Brainporium
Tony Law - Go! Mr Tony Go!
Tony Law - An Hour & Some of Tony Law
Tony Law - Maximum Nonsense
Stuart Laws - So Preoccupied...
Stuart Laws - Stops
Michael Legge - Jerk
Ria Lina - Taboo Raider
Norman Lovett - Outside the Box
Marcel Lucont - Gallic Symbol
Njambi McGrath - Breaking Black
Danny McLoughlin - Phillip Was Right
Sean McLoughlin - Kamikaze (Extended)
Archie Maddocks - Shirts Vs Skins
Bobby Mair - NextUp Special
GrĂ¡inne Maguire - Great People Making Great Choices
Anna Mann - A Sketch Show for Depressives
Andrew Maxwell - Showtime
Eleanor Morton - Lollipop
Simon Munnery - Hello
Phil Nichol - The Naked Racist
Phil Nichol - Nearly Gay
Joz Norris - The Incredible...
Funmbi Omotayo
Rachel Parris - Best Laid Plans
Jonny Pelham - An Hour
Damien Power - Sell Mom Into Slavery
Kiri Pritchard McLean - Hysterical Woman
Morgan Murphy - Irish Goodbye
Brennan Reece - Everglow
Tim Renkow - King of the Tramps
Dr. George Ryegold
Lou Sanders - Another Great Show Again
Lou Sanders - What's That Lady Doing?
Paul Sinha: Shout Out To My Ex
Mark Smith - Old Smudge
Tiff Stevenson - Mad Man
Tiff Stevenson - Optimist
Ben Target - Discover
Hans Teeuwen - Live in London
Tommy Tiernan - Crooked Man
Richard Todd
Shane Todd: Holywood to Hollywood
Patrick Turpin - To Me, You Are Perfect
Twins - Pret A Comedy
Danielle Ward - Seventeen
Tom Ward - Sex, Snails and Cassette Tapes
Matt Winning - Ragnarok
Glenn Wool - No Lands Man
Gina Yashere - Laughing to America

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Re: New UK Stand Up Streaming Site
« Reply #49 on: May 30, 2018, 03:43:54 PM »
Wow, thank you for that, there's definitely quite a few new shows which look of interest so I'm going to subscribe again for at least a month or two.

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« Reply #50 on: June 02, 2018, 12:51:22 PM »
New today: Alice Fraser: The Resistance

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« Reply #51 on: June 02, 2018, 05:20:30 PM »
New today: Alice Fraser: The Resistance

Not seen her stand up but she's very good on The Bugle.

Re: New UK Stand Up Streaming Site
« Reply #52 on: June 09, 2018, 10:32:42 AM »
Just noticed they've removed Chromecast support from the apps for this, meaning there's now no way to watch it on my telly. Definitely more likely to cancel at the end of my free month given this development.

Re: New UK Stand Up Streaming Site
« Reply #53 on: July 31, 2018, 09:45:50 PM »
Can anyone who's seen it tell me if the Edward Aczel and Sam Simmons shows on there are worth subscribing for?

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Re: New UK Stand Up Streaming Site
« Reply #54 on: August 01, 2018, 01:22:03 AM »
Haven't watched them but there is a free trial. Think it's a month :)

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Re: New UK Stand Up Streaming Site
« Reply #55 on: August 01, 2018, 05:06:26 AM »
What idiot calls it a "stand up streaming site" and not a urinal

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Re: New UK Stand Up Streaming Site
« Reply #56 on: August 01, 2018, 10:18:41 AM »
Can anyone who's seen it tell me if the Edward Aczel and Sam Simmons shows on there are worth subscribing for?

I've not seen Edward Aczel's latest but I saw him a couple of years ago and he was superb, so I imagine it'll be definitely worth checking out. I'm less of a fan of Simmons, when I saw him at the Soho Theatre about five years ago it was a bit forced, but I know many people love him so again I'd imagine it's worth watching, especially as Noddy mentions it's free for the first month and can be cancelled without any issue at any time.

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Re: New UK Stand Up Streaming Site
« Reply #57 on: August 01, 2018, 10:32:55 AM »
I've only seen Simmons on 8oo10c and he's always brilliant in dictionary corner, very funny stuff. I do get the impression he's a 'small doses' bloke though, fantastic for 5 minutes but I'm not sure how fun it would be for an hour. I intend to find out.

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« Reply #58 on: August 18, 2018, 09:24:49 PM »
Stumbled across this post whilst looking for a complete list of NextUp Shows. I have compiled the following you might find useful also let me know if you think anything is missing:

ShowStill Available
Abigoliah Schamaun: Namaste, Bitches Yes
Adam Mastroianni - Chortle Student Comedy Award 2016No
Alan Driscoll - Infinite LoveYes
Alasdair Beckett-King: The ABK MysteriesYes
Alexis Dubus: A Ruddy Brief History of SwearingYes
Alfie BrownYes
Alice Fraser: The Resistance Yes
Andrea Hubert: WeekYes
Andrew Maxwell: ShowtimeYes
Andy Field - ChortleNo
Andy Field: The Andy Field ExperienceYes
Anna Mann: A Sketch Show for DepressivesYes
Anne Edmondss - That's Eddotainment Yes
Archie Maddocks: Shirts vs SkinsYes
Bec Hill: Bec in an HourYes
Ben Target: DiscoverYes
Bill Hicks - Relentless Yes
Bobby Mair: NextUp SpecialYes
Brendon Burns: Selfies in the Grand CanyonYes
Brennan Reece: EverglowYes
Canon and BallNo
Celia Pacquola - The Looking Glass Yes
Christopher Bliss: Writing WrongsYes
Dai Henwood: Adapt or DaiYes
Dai Henwood: Dai Another DayYes
Damien Power - Sell Mom Into Slavery Yes
Daniel Cook: For MoneyYes
Danielle Ward: SeventeenYes
Danny McLoughlin: Philipp Was RightYes
Dr. George RyegoldYes
Dylan Brody - Driving Hollywood Yes
Ed Aczel: Is Edward Aczel InfiniteYes
Ed Byrne: Crowd PleaserYes
Ed Byrne: Different ClassYes
Ed Byrne: Outside Looking InYes
Ed Byrne: Roaring FortiesYes
Eleanor Morton: LollipopYes
Eric Rushton - Chortle Student Comedy Award 2016No
Fern Brady: Male ComedienneYes
Frank CarsonNo
Funmbi OmotayoYes
Gina Yashere: Laughing to AmericaYes
Glenn Wool: No Man's LandYes
Grainne Maguire: Great People Making Great ChoicesYes
Hal Cruttenden: Straight Outta CruttendenYes
Hans Teeuwen: Live in LondonYes
Jessica Fostekew - Silence of the NannsYes
Jim BowenNo
Joe Wells - 10 Things I Hate About UKIP (Audio Only)No
John Hastings: IntegrityYes
Jonny Pelham: An HourYes
Jordan Brookes: The Making OfYes
Josh Jones - Chortle Student Comedy Award 2016No
Joz Norris: The Incredible Joz Norris Locks Himself Inside His Own Show, Then Escapes, Against All the Odds!!Yes
Judith Lucy: Ask No Questions Of The MothYes
Kiri-Pritchard McClean: Hysterical WomanYes
Laura Lexx - Tyrannosaurus LexxYes
Lloyd Langford: RascalYes
Lou Sanders: Another Great Show AgainYes
Lou Sanders: What's That Lady Doing?Yes
Luisa Omielan - Am I Right LadiesNo
Marcel Lucont: Gallic SymbolYes
Mark Smith: Old SmudgeYes
Matt Winning: RagnarokYes
Michael Legge: JerkYes
Michael Odewale - Chortle Student Comedy Award 2016No
Mike ReidNo
Mile Jupp - Is The Chap You're Thinking Of Yes
Miles Jupp - Fibber In The HeatYes
Milton Jones - On The Road (audio only)No
Morgan Murphy: Irish GoodbyeYes
Morgan Rees - Chortle Student Comedy Award 2016No
Njambi McGrath - Breaking Black Yes
Norman Lovett: Outside the BoxYes
Omid Djallili - Live In London (Audio Only)No
Pat Cahill: D.O.T.T.Yes
Patrick Turpin: To Me, You Are PerfectYes
Paul Sinha: Shout Out To My Ex Yes
Peter BrushYes
Phil Nichol: Nearly GayYes
Phil Nichol: The Naked RacistYes
Rachel Parris: Best Laid PlansYes
Rahul Kohli - Chortle Student Comedy Award 2016No
Ray Bradshaw: Deaf Comedy FamYes
Rhod Gilbert - & the Award Winning Mince Pie (Audio Only)No
Ria Lina: Taboo RaiderYes
Richard Herring: Lord of the Dance SetteeYes
Richard ToddYes
Roya Shadmand - Chortle Student Comedy Award 2016No
Sam Simmons: Stop Being Silly Yes
Sean Hughes: PenguinsYes
Sean McLoughlin: Kamikaze (Extended)Yes
Shane Todd: Holywood to HollwoodYes
Simon Munnery: HelloYes
Stephen Grant: Taken for GrantedYes
Steven Banks: Home Entertainment CentreYes
Stewart Francis: Pun GentYes
Stuart Laws: So Preoccupied with Whether or Not He Could, That He Didn't Stop To Think Whether He ShouldYes
Stuart Laws: StopsYes
Ted RobinsNo
The Delightful Sausage: Cold Hard CacheYes
Tiernan Douieb: Miserably HappyYes
Tiernan Douieb: The World Is Full Of IdiotsYes
Tiernan Douieb: This Isn't For YouYes
Tiff Stevenson - Mad Man Yes
Tiff Stevenson: OptimistYes
Tim Renkow: King of the TrampsYes
Tim Vine - Punslinger (Audio Only)No
Tom Gidman - Chortle Student Comedy Award 2016No
Tom Ward: Sex, Snails and Cassette TapesYes
Tommy Cooper - The Very Best Of (Audio Only)No
Tommy Tiernan - Crooked Man Yes
Tony Law: An Hour And Some Of Tony LawYes
Tony Law: BrainporiumYes
Tony Law: Go! Mr Tony Go!Yes
Tony Law: Maximum NonesenseYes
Twins: Pret A ComedyYes
Victoria Wood - Live (Audio Only)No

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Re: New UK Stand Up Streaming Site
« Reply #59 on: August 19, 2018, 01:42:40 PM »
Stumbled across this post whilst looking for a complete list of NextUp Shows. I have compiled the following you might find useful also let me know if you think anything is missing...

Thanks for that, it's interesting stuff. Looks like they've taken down all of the audio, very short sets and material from 'older' comedians, and Luisa Omielan's show for some reason (though I noticed that was only on the site for a few months before it disappeared), but apart from that everything else is still present. I really do need to rejoin soon, there's a good few shows I really want to see.