Shaun Keaveny made his live comedy debut with the Pleasance during the Edinburgh Fringe 2012. 'The 40 Year Old Edinburgh Virgin' went from strength to strength and now he's performing every month.
Shaun Keaveny: Live and Languorous is a wonderful live show held on the first Monday of every month, featuring Shaun's showbiz and comedy friends locked in intense conversation for your pleasure. His day job has unlocked the secrets of a great interview and his guests start sharing all sorts of stories in a warm friendly environment.
This podcast brings you the very best from the live show, click here to subscribe on iTunes, click here to get the RSS code or check out each episode below to play the podcast in your browser or to download the file directly.
03b. Shaun Keaveny: Live and Languorous with Tom Stade and Sammy Mavis Junior
Part Two of the latest amazing live show at the Pleasance has arrived. Shaun Keaveny is not only live, but languorous. After a moderate libation in the Pleasance bar, Shaun is joined on stage by two characters that know exactly how to play the game. Tom Stade's reputation precedes him; from nail biting radio interviews to working with Frankie Boyle, Tom doesn't disappoint on stage.
Closing the show in time honoured tradition, Sammy Mavis Junior delights the audience with her "unique" take on country music and love. Shaun was scared. The audience were enthralled, and scared. Tom loved it.
Don't forget to download Part One of this podcast from the same place as this one, it features Joe Lycett and Kerry Godliman being awfully lovely.
03a. Shaun Keaveny: Live and Languorous with Joe Lycett and Kerry Godliman
Back to welcome the coming of spring, the right honourable Shaun W Keaveny is once again Live and Languorous at the Pleasance Theatre in London. Joining Shaun on the stage this month, well, an abundance of guests ranging from a modern day Phil Collins to a latter day Lady Gaga.
Part one of this month's show features the increasingly wonderful Joe Lycett - a man about town, a spectrum spanning comedian and a man who seems to know a lot about the intimate details of celebrated northern comedian.. but will Joe get to the ball on time?
Closing the first half of the show is an actress and comedian perhaps best known for her recent work with Ricky Gervais. Kerry Godliman joins Shaun on stage to reveal all about her reckless abandon on the roads, both with Adam Buxton and of her own accord.
Let's not forget Shaun's amazing, life affirming and often visual stand up that makes this show the jewel in your commuting ears. Part two will be out next week featuring Tom Stade and Sammy Mavis Junior.
02b. Shaun Keaveny: Live and Languorous with Mark Thomas
The long awaited (a week is a long time in showbusiness) conclusion to the second Live and Languorous held live at the Pleasance in Islington. The night was such a success that we couldn't squeeze everything we wanted to into just one podcast, so now we proudly bring you part two of that night featuring Mark Thomas!
Mark joins Shaun live on stage to discuss his newfound love of opera, how a certain Lord narrowly escaped a full scale invasion and we get to the bottom of the couscous story. These are hard facts people. Don't forget to grab part one of this epic night featuring Adam Hills and Rob Beckett, it's right below this podcast. Just there. Left a bit. That's you.
02a. Shaun Keaveny: Live and Languorous with Adam Hills and Rob Beckett
Shaun Keaveny returns to the Pleasance Islington for another amazing night of comedy, chat and functional guitar playing.
On this podcast you'll hear how Adam Hills became close personal friends with The Muppets, how Rob Beckett fared during his very first dinner party and of course our Commander in Chief Shaun William Keaveny lets loose on stage with his unmatchable foray into stand up comedy.
We had so much fun on the night, we've had to split the show into two parts. Next week you'll hear Mark Thomas join Shaun on stage to discuss world peace, attacking Jeffery Archer and a wonderful story about a new found love for opera. Same place, same time, don't miss it.
01. Shaun Keaveny: Live and Languorous with Brendon Burns, Paul Tonkinson and Marcel Lucont.
After the glory of five Edinburgh shows called "The 40 Year Old Edinburgh Virgin", Shaun Keaveny returns to the Pleasance with a swagger, an attitude and another excellent show.
"Live and Langourous" is Shaun's chance to play guitar to people locked in a room, to invite friends and interesting characters down for a chat and to spread his comedy wings a little further than his day job normally lets him.
On this show Paul Tonkinson is definitely not an Olympic Medallist, Brendon Burns definitely isn't deaf and Marcel Lucont is tres French and that. With personal danger, chedder cheese and a surprise guest percussionist: it's the Pleasance Comedy podcast with Shaun Keaveny.