Richard Herring Newsletter
July 2015 part 2
The Twelve Shows of Herring
Hi all
Just a little bonus email for you from Amsterdam, where the mice don't wear clogs or live in windmills. They eat crisps and live in my kitchen.
Just wanted to let you see the Twelve Shows of Herring leaflet before anyone else. It's attached to this email (I hope). Photograph and design by the amazing Steve Brown and Steve Newman. If you can make it to one or more of the gigs it would be terrific to see you (as well as justifying the frankly impossible challenge of learning all the old shows and writing a new show at the same time.
Happy Now?
Loads of previews coming up for Happy Now? Keep checking my gig guide for info. Still a long way to go, but it should be ready by 12th September for the - all the confirmed gigs here. Hopefully a few to add. Sutton Coldfield will be the 3rd Feb and it's certainly coming to Cheddar too. Maybe some more.
This is really going great and you've already got some fab podcasts lined up. Robert Webb is in this week's podcast and next week's with Louis Theroux is kind of extraordinary.  You can see them on youtube, vimeo and iTunes on video for free (as well as audio on iTunes and the British Comedy Guide)
Still six more to record on the next three Mondays. Book your tickets here.
There are some stupidly strong line-ups with some recently added names. And the three gaps should be equally exciting.
13th July Bridget Christie and Brett Goldstein
20th June Al Murray and TBA
27th June Limmy and Joe Lycett (SOLD OUT)
Remember monthly subscribers will usually be the first to find out the big name guests via their own secret newsletter. Keep your eye on my Twitter feed and the LST website for details.
And we got a few episode sponsors via the kickstarter, but if you'd be interested in promoting your website or small business to up to 150,000 listeners and/or over 30,000 viewers (and don't mind me slightly taking the p*ss) then get in touch via and we can discuss rates.
July gigs
These are the gigs I have in so far, but I will be looking to add some more as I have a lot of work to do on the new show.
14th July Red Imp Walthamstow Happy Now preview
15th July Chapel, Islington Happy Now Preview
16th July Cambridge  Junction Happy Now Preview
17th July Milton Keynes - headline set
18th/19th July Curious Arts Festival
21st Good Ship Kilburn Best of
23rd Angel Happy Now
24th Bedford pub, Balham Happy Now
28th Putney Happy Now
29th July Ealing Happy Now Preview
30th Angel Happy Now
Phoebe is now an international jetsetter having aced her first flight to Amsterdam with barely a tear. I made her laugh by doing an impression of a dog today, even though she has never seen a dog.
Thanks for reading
Richard Herring