Recently Added

Recently Added

Freshly caught, hot off the press, and still bearing that drool-inducing straight-out-of-the-oven aroma; here's where you'll find the 12 most recently added videos to NextUp's roster.

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  • Hans Teeuwen - Live In London

    The grandmaster of absurdity - Hans Teeuwen blends clowning, piano, mime and puppetry whilst waltzing the boundaries of taste and embarrassment.

    This is free sprit comedy of the highest pedigree that confronts some very real issues - from aggression and anxiety to lust and politics. Oh, and t...

  • Morgan Murphy - Irish Goodbye

    Hard-drinking, tough-talking, and more than a little world-weary, Morgan Murphy showcases her brutally cynical style in this riotous special. From the unique perspective of her half Catholic, half Jewish upbringing, Murphy pulls back the curtain on societal issues both burning and basic, from Pla...

  • Bec Hill - Bec in 1 Hour

    With an unfeasibly large bag of (mostly reliable) props, and a energetic style that blends kooky irreverence with insightful observation, Aussie Bec Hill brings you a 60-minute greatest-hits set brimming with all her best stuff. Inventive, a little shambolic, and very funny. The joy is well and t...

  • Ed Byrne - Different Class

    Ed's hilarious line in sharp observational commentary allows him to deconstruct the social stratum with surgical precision. Age-appropriate fashions, music, and time travel are among the issues that threaten to divide us - yet we shall be united in laughter by this class-act of a show.

  • Dr. George Ryegold

    Disgraced doctor or misunderstood monster? Well, he's probably a bit of both and has a voice so rich that even the most disturbing of anecdotes is soothingly medicinal. This is rather like a house call from Patch Adams's evil (and funnier) brother. The doctor will see you now...

  • Stephen Grant - Taken For Granted

    With the assured confidence of a seasoned stand-up grand master, Stephen Grant leads his audience through a riotous cavalcade of comedy exasperated observations. Taken For Granted cuts to the hilarious heart of modern concerns such as ageing, class-warfare, and childhood obesity, and also feature...

  • Tiff Stevenson - Optimist

    Blazing a trail of acclaim at festivals around the world and through ultra-competitive ITV talent hunt 'Show Me The Funny', Tiff Stevenson targets your funny bone with the pinpoint accuracy of a seasoned veteran. With observations on modern life this smart, we don't have to be optimists to forese...

  • Ed Byrne - Crowd Pleaser

    Stand-up institution Ed Byrne brings the full force of his talent to bear in this barnstorming show. 'Crowd Pleaser' finds Byrne navigating the treacherous landscape of family and TV celebrity, all the while trying to stay true to his nerdy side.

  • Stewart Francis - Pun Gent

    Canadian Stewart Francis is a master of the pun-demental art of the double entendre. Featuring more wordplay than a scrabble tournament and a faster delivery rate than a pizza boy with a jetpack, Pun Gent is an unrelenting, high-intensity workout for your laugh muscles.

  • Gina Yashere - Laughing To America

    Born to Nigerian parents, raised in London, and now living in America - Gina considers herself both a cultural insider and outsider, and uses her unique angle (and assured authority) to dissect everything from kids, flying, addiction, health insurance and riots.

  • Steven Banks - Home Entertainment Centre

    An unearthed gem from the US comedy scene that tells the story of Didbert, a young pop-culture addict who clings onto his rockstar dream through inventive musical reenactments in his dingy one-room apartment.

    The multi-talented Steven Banks performed this show 400 times across the US over 20 ...

  • Tiernan Douieb - This Isn't For You

    The excessive volume of the internet, spiders, and ethereal Icelandic music all feature in Tiernan Douieb’s This Isn’t For You. Contrary to what the title suggests, if you enjoy laser-sharp observational comedy delivered with infectious charm – this IS for you. Follow: @TiernanDouieb

  • Dai Henwood - Adapt or Dai

    Lovably cheeky New Zealander Dai Henwood thinks we’ve all been way too hard on ourselves. In this celebration of humanity in all it’s glory, Dai ponders on man’s big achievements - like electric toothbrushes, Egyptian cotton and er, forklifts trucks. Watch out, that grin is seriously contagious. ...