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Brand spanking new sketches from Next Level Sketch, a London comedy collective who put on sketch comedy nights at Hoopla Impro when the government allows us. When they don’t, we record podcast episodes instead. These sketches are best taken aurally. Sketch is for everyone, and we invite writers and performers from all backgrounds to be part of Next Level Sketch. Check out our diversity page at www.nextlevelsketch.com on how you can join us, take a free sketch crash course with Gemma Arrowsmi ...
 
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We’re back! This month, we have a bumper episode set in absolutely everyone’s favourite place, The Airport. When we decided upon this topic we were probably feeling more optimistic about the possibility of travel than reality has allowed, so please enjoy these weird and wonderful characters jetting off on holiday so you don’t have to.Why not come s…
 
Hold on to your flying horses and pack up that pixie dust, Next Level Sketch are back with a bumper episode of sketches set in the mysterious fantasy realm of Flark (you should have seen the other suggestions). Wizards! Adventurers! Pies! Our next live show is on 29th June at The Miller in London Bridge - just google / askjeeves Next Level Sketch o…
 
We return to The Dog & Owner, a pub full of interesting characters and unlikely happenstances. We recommend you listen to this episode while sat outside a real pub, that way you can compare the two.We’re back doing live shows next month! May 25th at Hoopla at The Miller in London Bridge, then the last Tuesday of every month. Come watch us do sketch…
 
Today pubs in England reopen - or the bits outside them do - so to celebrate here is an episode of sketch comedy set in a pub! It’s called The Dog and Owner, where there is good beer, no queue for the ladies loo, and a heron (but you’ll find out about that in part two).We are returning to the stage on 25th May @HooplaImpro in London Bridge. Come se…
 
To celebrate the end of lockdown, please enjoy another visit to FunWorld, technically the only theme park open in the ENTIRE COUNTRY, despite a) having a terrible safety record and b) not being real.Fingers crossed, we’ll be back at the Miller in London Bridge doing live sketch comedy from May. Get in touch! We’re on nextlevelsketch@gmail.com and @…
 
This month we visit the Next Level Sketch theme park, FunLand. Remember to keep your arms, legs and other appendages inside the podcast at all times.If you want to get in touch, we’re on nextlevelsketch@gmail.com or www.nextlevelsketch.com, or on twitter @nextlevelsketch.Season 3, Episode 3 of the Next Level Sketch podcast was produced by Muireann …
 
We are back for a second visit to SupaBuy, the supermarket where nonsensical things are likely to happen. This week’s episode features Gertie the Sheep, the noted father of Diagnosis: Murder star Barry Van Dyke, and more communism than you might expect.Season 3 episode 2 of the next Level sketch podcast was written by Julia Middleton, Paul Creasy, …
 
We at Next Level Sketch have somehow reached our THIRD SEASON; please ignore the fact our second season was only four episodes long - it had a good run.This season we’re trying something a little different, and are setting our episodes within coherent geographical comic universes. This week and next we are at SupaBuy, a supermarket populated by rob…
 
The first Next Level Sketch podcast episode of 2021 comes almost a year to the day on from our first ever live performance, which actually feels more like 8,000 years ago. Oh well! We have some fantastic sketches for you this year and we’ll put them into your faces any way we can. All details for upcoming shows and episodes will be on nextlevelsket…
 
Yo ho ho and a bottle of rum from the next level Sketch collective in this most piratical of seasons… if you believe that Jesus was a pirate, which I personally do. All the evidence is there: the enormous parrot He wore on his shoulder at all times, the ludicrous obsession with buried treasure, the scurvy outbreak in Nazareth...We have a lovely Chr…
 
With usual host Paul Creasy either missing or never having existed in the first place - we’re still figuring out which - James Walsh takes over the hosting reins.This episode is slightly longer and more packed with jingles than usual, so we suggest you take a break at the 15 minute point to have a cup of tea, eat a biscuit, or stare at something pr…
 
It’s the start of November, which can only mean two things: it’s time to launch our second season, and it’s time to do our spooky, November themed Halloween special.All change in the Next Level Sketch castle, as Muireann Kelly hosts, as she did throughout the first series too, honest. Who is this Paul Creasy you mention? He sounds made up.Elsewhere…
 
The season finale! It might seem arbitrary, but it was time to put season one of the Next Level Sketch podcast out of its misery, as if it were a Radio 1 DJ still playing Dire Straits in 1993.The first episode of Season 2 will be along next month, so think of this as a gloriously renewal, not a bitter and terrible end.Episode 10 contains many lovel…
 
In this, the ninth episode of our awesome sketch comedy podcast, we are finally confident and established enough to welcome a recurring character: The Handyman, who you may remember from the episode specifically named after The Handyman. This episode packs in King Kong and his penchant for slightly over-fussy atriums; ancient Tories encouraging you…
 
Have you ever wondered what would happen if Elon Musk and Richard Branson starred in a 1950s style sitcom together while trapped in a moon penal colony? We have, apparently. Elsewhere in this very, utterly eighth episode of sketch comedy, we have balding werewolves, some Tories, a nuclear submarine, a very serious news organisation, and, back by po…
 
Episode 7 introduces the hero we need right now, but probably don’t deserve: the Handyman, fighting against darkness, entropy, and mild engine issues. Elsewhere in this week’s deeply soggy episode, Kylie Minogue opens a novelty food franchise, Dracula is frustrated with the monster classifieds service, and a mother from Stevenage attempts to win so…
 
We’ve made it to six episodes, which means we are officially a classic radio comedy series, and you can never take that away from us. We are bursting with content this week: choirs, letters from listeners, detectives, radio stations, robotic algorithms, pirates, and trust exercises. We are fairly certain you will have an enjoyable time.…
 
This week’s episode of funny, new sketch comedy comes with a special “I’ll eat my hat” guarantee, whereby if you feel unsatisfied with our sketches about giant chickens, traffic updates for bees, and slightly suspicious medical professionals, simply email nextlevelsketch@gmail.com and we will eat our hats after a short wait.…
 
We made another episode of wonderful fresh sketch comedy! This one is packed with starving and furious dinosaurs, avian divas, underpaid robots, bombs, and preposterously dangerous quests; so do be careful as you make your way through. Keep your limbs inside the podcast car at all times. We here at Next Level Sketch think sketch comedy is for every…
 
A lot of sketch comedy podcasts split up after that difficult second episode, with various members going solo to varying levels of success. But we at Next Level are stronger than ever, and we’re not even slightly worried that one of our writers or performers is going to do a Robbie, or a Geri, or a the entirety of the Sugababes. This week’s journey…
 
We did it! We made a second episode of sketch comedy! Join us for horse holidays, frothy coffee, important information from the Skegness tourist board, and the tale of the terrifying Grondelkemmer. Sketch is for everyone, and we invite writers and performers from all backgrounds to be part of Next Level Sketch. Check out our diversity page at www.n…
 
It lives! Our debut sketch podcast episode is definitely a real thing that you’re about to listen to. Close your eyes (unless you’re operating heavy machinery) and enjoy deliveries to space stations, hard hitting reporting on Britain’s Toughest School, disturbing fairy stories, and an unexpected endorsement from The Human League’s Phil Oakey.…
 
It's the finale of season 1! Thank you so much for downloading this first season of No Planet B. In this episode we hear from Dr Tamsin Edwards, a climate scientist at Kings College London. Her most recent blog about climate and extinction can be found here. Plus the usual sketches from your host Gemma Arrowsmith. Follow Tamsin on Twitter here, and…
 
This episode's guest is Chaitanya Kumar from the Green Alliance- an independent think tank which advises on government environmental policy. Follow them on Twitter @GreenAllianceUK or head to their website: green-alliance.org.uk You will also hear some silly sketches from Gemma Arrowsmith as she heads back to her Midlands theatrical roots and asks …
 
Hayley and Ruth review the British heatwave. Despite uncomfortably high temperatures and melting train tracks, Hayley has had the time of her life during the heatwave, whereas Ruth refuses to wear anything other than wool. Oh and the pair also receive a pie in the post.Catch up with Susan's live dates here: https://susanharrisoncharacters.com/live-…
 
In this episode we chat to Rachel Kennerley (@rjkennerley) from Friends of the Earth- plus the usual silly sketches from Gemma Arrowsmith. Follow Friends of the Earth on Twitter: @friends_earth and find out more on their website: friendsoftheearth.uk. You can tweet the podcast here: @NoPlanetBpodBy Gemma Arrowsmith
 
Thank you downloading episode 3! In this episode we talk to Dr Joeri Rogelj from the Grantham Institute which is part of Imperial College. Follow Dr Rogelj on Twitter @JoeriRogelj and the Grantham Institute @Grantham_IC. We also meet some very silly people who don't trust experts. @NoPlanetBpodBy Gemma Arrowsmith
 
Hayley and Ruth head to the Fortune Theatre in London's West End to watch The Woman in Black. Is the ghost in the play a spectre that only Hayley can see? Or is it a woman in a wig as Ruth suspects? Thanks to listener Jenny for the ghostly suggestion for this episode. See Susan live here: https://susanharrisoncharacters.com/live-dates/ and Gemma's …
 
Welcome to the first episode of No Planet B with Gemma Arrowsmith. A funny podcast about the least funny thing imaginable- climate change. Sketches, info & interviews with climate scientists & activists. In this episode we talk to Sam Knights @samjknights from Extinction Rebellion @ExtinctionR. Find out more about Extinction Rebellion here: rebelli…
 
Hayley and Ruth look forward to what 2019 has in store in arts and culture, reviewing art exhibitions, plays and films, none of which have happened yet.Susan Harrison is in Showstopper! The Improvised Musical at the Other Palace until March: https://lwtheatres.co.uk/whats-on/showstopper-the-improvised-musical/Gemma Arrowsmith is performing her show…
 
Hayley and Ruth review the BBC1 Christmas Day schedule, which includes such gems as Zog, BBC News, Christmas Morning from Oldham Paris Church and Hammy's Boomerang Adventure. Obviously they haven't seen any the programmes on offer but when has that ever stopped them before? Theme music as ever by Skiffle and the Piffles.…
 
As Christmas approaches Hayley and Ruth brave London's busy Oxford Street to watch Jodie Whittaker turning the Christmas lights on. Along the way they review the John Lewis advert... without having seen it of course.Theme music as ever by Skiffle and the Piffles. 'We Wish You A Merry Christmas' thanks to Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com).…
 
Hayley & Ruth review the cultural sensation of Love Island. Hayley has seen every episode while Ruth hasn't seen a single episode and in fact doesn't own a television. This, they feel, gives them a unique perspective in order to review it.Susan's show Susan Harrison is a Bit Weepy is on at the Voodoo Rooms 4th-25th (not 13th) August at 14:00 during…
 
This month, Hayley & Ruth journey to a remote Scottish island to meet renowned theatre director Athene Babbard and watch her new version of The Scottish Play (Macbeth).Lucy Trodd (along with Susan) is a member of Showstopper! The Improvised Musical http://www.theshowstoppers.org/ Find Lucy on Twitter @LucyTrodd and book for Twin Peaks themed improv…
 
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