Play: Neville’s Island: Duke of York’s Theatre, London, 2014
I’m Sorry I Haven’t A Clue Live! New Wimbledon Theatre, London, 2020
Stand Up for Jeremy Hardy: Hammersmith Apollo, London, 2022
Downstairs at The Kings Head 40th Anniversary Show: The Kings Head pub, Crouch End, London, 2023 

I saw comedy actor Miles Jupp appear in Tim Firth’s play Neville’s Island alongside Adrian Edmondson, Neil Morrissey and Robert Webb at The Duke of York’s Theatre in London in May 2014.  Jupp played Angus, one of four employees who go on a team building exercise in the Like District with hilarious consequences.

One-time presenter of BBC Radio 4’s satirical long running The News Quiz, actor and comedian Miles Jupp was a panel guest at I’m Sorry I Haven’t A Clue Live when I went to see the show at the New Wimbledon Theatre, London in 2020.  Jupp had some very intelligent and quick-witted solutions to the daft games and his infectious laugh could be heard when other contestants gave funny remarks.

The comedian appeared twice at the Stand Up for Jeremy Hardy memorial night that I went to at the Hammersmith Apollo in January 2022.  Firstly, he performed ten minutes of quality stand-up material about family life and then in the second half he took part as a guest for the I’m Sorry I Haven’t A Clue section of the show demonstrating his unique quick wit and talent at making an audience laugh by playing rounds of the show.

Jupp was a special guest for Downstairs at The Kings Head 40th Anniversary Show that I watched in April 2023.  Returning to live stand up after along while, it was as though he had never been aways as he effortlessly regaled hilarious stories about bring up his children and living in Wales.

Jupp is a supremely gifted comic performer, writer and actor.





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