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Four-part series revealing for the first time what has made Late 'n' Live the world's most notorious late night comedy club. Narrated by Lynn Ferguson, the series features interviews and never-seen-before archive footage of some of the biggest names in stand up before they were famous. Heckling is a dying art - but not at this late night comedy club. Never-seen-before archive clips and interviews with top stand-ups reveal the realities behind playing to a late night noisy audience.
|S01E01||The Audience||23/01/2012||In episode 1 we introduce what makes this Late Night comedy club truly unique – the audience. For 25 years, for the month of August, during Edinburgh Fringe, Late’n’Live has opened its doors at 1am each night and presented 3 acts, a compere and a comedy band to a very scary audience. Consisting of largely locals, this audience let the acts know exactly what they think of them and have raised heckling to an art form. Subsequently, it has earned the international reputation at the world’s toughest gig – a bear-pit where even the strongest acts have died horrible comedy deaths.|
|S01E02||Virgins||30/01/2012||Comics relive their first faltering steps on to the world's toughest stage. Plus, we discover what's really going on in the mind of a new act. Contributors include Jason Byrne, Shappi Khorsandi, Rich Fulcher, Zoe Lyons, Johnny Vegas, Adam Hills, Ross Noble and Phill Jupitus.|
|S01E03||Antics||06/02/2012||The stars of Late'n'Live reveal just how far they are prepared to go to entertain a late night drunken audience - and it's pretty far. Archive highlights include a crowd surfing bicyle, a crowd surf race between John Bishop and Patrick Monahan and the infamous night Scott Capurro, err, wet the stage. Key contributors include Russell Howard, Johnny Vegas, Ross Noble, David O'Doherty, Jimmy Carr and Greg Davies.|
|S01E04||Scottishness||13/02/2012||The Scottish audience of this late night comedy club present a unique challenge to international acts who try to make them laugh. Top comics reveal their best local material and what they feel really tickles a Caledonian crowd. Contributors include Jason Byrne, Stephen K Amos, Rich Hall and Fred MacAulay.|