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The Abnormally Funny People Show is a monthly podcast discussing all things disability with a splash of comedy. Each month we welcome guests from diverse backgrounds who have a connetion to disability - they might be in entertainrment, journalists, disability advocacates, writers and more. We also have regular guests call in with latest tech and accessibility news along with news from the USA.
We returned to the place it all started for us this summer - the Edinburgh Festival Fringe! Check out the fun music video we made to celebrate 10 years of AFP.
Our Edinburgh 2015 press release is ready and flying into inboxes everywhere. Click here for all the details.
We'll be performing a preview show of our Edinburgh Fringe act this month on Wednesday 8th July, at 19:30 at Ravensfield Theatre, Middlesex University, Hendon, London. Tickets must be booked in advance, £8 / £5 concessions, and can be done by clicking here.
We're pleased to announce our return to The Edinburgh Festival Fringe this year with our 10th Anniversary Show! Tickets are now available and can be booked online. Read more about the show here.
We wrote, cast and filmed a couple of short skits (about a minute each) for Barclays and Red Nose Day 2015. Watch them here now!
Simon Minty and the Abnormally Funny People Show podcast was featured in The Guardian. Read the article written by Mary O'Hara here.
Simon Minty at home in London. Photograph: Sean Smith for the Guardian Sean Smith/Guardian
Steve Best discusses the new podcast on So It Goes... John Flemming's Blog. Read it here.
We have launched our very first podcast! Check it out here. The show is sponsored by Barclays. Every month we have new guests and discuss the latest news in the disability world and beyond.
Simon appeared on BBC Ouch Talkshow in Jan 2014 and again in June 2014.
A YouTube clip and interview for London360.
We were mentioned in John Fleming's Blog here about our Paralympic show at the Soho Theatre.
Abnormally Funny People at the Soho Theatre April 2012 reviewed by Disability Arts Online
Abnormally Funny People at the Soho Theatre March 2012 reviewed by London is Funny
Abnormally Funny People at the Soho Theatre March 2012 reviewed by Disability Arts Online
Steve Best was interveiwed for a science blog about dissecting laughter for The Curious Neuron
Lovely article in Dazed and Confused magazine online
And a lovely review in Disability Arts Online
Comedy's last unmentionable an article with Simon Minty