Hi guys! Let’s jump into our brand new community channel nextup-shows! This is a space for our members to discuss NextUp’s live-streams and on-demand content.
Talk about what you’re watching at the moment, or looking forward to watching, and give your fellow comedy fans recommendations by linking directly to the shows on NextUp.
But remember - comedy is subjective so ensure comments about shows you didn’t enjoy are constructive and tonally respectful.
We can’t wait to hear all your favourite NextUp shows. You might spot the NextUp team diving in here too with some tips of their own…
Hey Nextuppers, I reckon it's time we had some decent chat on these here new(ish) community feeds.... So, how did you find the first two livestreams of the Fringe? I personally loved both of them, and have new comedians to follow as a result. Also there was chat from some folk saying that they've never been to the Fringe before, and I'd like to know why, do you live far away? Or unable to make it for any other reason? I personally stay in Glasgow, so I'm just fucking lazy these days (I jest, I'm a chef so it's pretty tricky :p). Also let's reiterate what a great job this platform continues to do for live comedy and accessibility to it.
Dan. (absolutely no affiliation to the site, just a huge live comedy fan)
Couldn't get to Edinburgh this year but one of the few shows I managed to see in Previews was Phil Ellis. Thought I'd take a look at the the stream to see what it was like in its proper setting and ended up watching the whole show again. Hugely enjoyable, but glad it wasn't in 3D.
Is there any way you could set up a tip jar for yourself as I'm sure a lot of us would love to give you guys a little something for a drink (or meal) to say thanks for all your hard work over the last month bringing us all these shows.
Your hard work is much appreciated by all of us especially the ones like me who can't get out to live events easily.
As a event Tec myself I know how much goes in to one event but 50+ how the hell did you do it Carlos will be untangling cables till Christmas.
So BIG BIG thanks to all
Martin & Carolyn