I will be reprising my role as Dorito Fish in a forthcoming set of three Weirdos Shorts, produced by Turtle Canyon Comedy.
Limited-edition Hay Wain Beach Balls, to promote my new show The Hay Wain Reloaded, are now available. Click here to order yours.
The Phoenix Remix has listed The Hay Wain Reloaded among its top Edinburgh Fringe comedy shows in the 'painting, horror and historical' category.
I have just finished acting in my very first short film, Double Act, written by Joz Norris, directed by Matthew Highton, and produced by Stuart Laws for Turtle Canyon Comedy. It also stars Ed Aczel and Gabby Best and I can't wait for you to see it.
Michael Brunström: The Hay Wain Reloaded is headed for the Edinburgh Festival this August as part of Heroes of Fringe: 6pm, 4–13 August, Heroes @ Dragonfly. Look at my Gigs page for up-to-date details on previews, etc.
My design for The Hay Wain Reloaded has been nominated for best poster at the Dave's Leicester Comedy Festival Awards.
A very pleasant conversation I recently had with Dave Pickering has been published on the Getting Better Acquainted podcast.
I will be in Swansea on Saturday 16 January, taking part in Dr Penny's Cabinet of Curiosities, a day-long festival of alternative comedy, alongside Joz Norris, Phil Jarvis, Cassie Atkinson, Ben Target, Eleanor Morton and Adam Larter.
I have been interviewed by The Peckham Perpendicular, the organ of Pull The Other One, ahead of my gig with them on Friday 27 November.
John Fleming has published an interview with me on his blog. I talk about my approach to comedy, what I want to do next and a few other things. Read it here.
In February 2016, I will be returning to Dave's Leicester Comedy Festival, with a new show full of things. It will be called The Hay Wain Reloaded.
I am chuffed to bits to have won the 2015 Malcolm Hardee Award for Comic Originality.
★★★★ Review from Kate Copstick (The Scotsman): 'This is a strange and wonderful hour . . . I absolutely loved it.'
I have been nominated again for the increasingly prestigious Malcolm Hardee Award for Comic Originality.
Previews of The Golden Age of Steam are the 10th "most popular" comedy show in London, according to Time Out.
The Golden Age of Steam is one of Laugh Out London's 20 free comedy recommendations for the Edinburgh Fringe 2015.
Laugh Out London have published my five 'unfunny inspirations'.
I am pleased to announce that my Edinburgh Fringe show, The Golden Age of Steam, will now take place at Heroes @ The Hive, at 16:10, 18–23 August.
I will be bringing a new show, titled The Golden Age of Steam, to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe in 2015.
Putting in appearance at Dave's Leicester Comedy Festival in February 2015, alongside iconoclastic art-yeti, Phil Jarvis.
Hugely honoured to be kicking off the Discordian Papal Ball, part of the Find the Others Conferestival accompanying the premiere of the stage adaptation of Robert Anton Wilson's Cosmic Trigger, by Daisy Eris Campbell in Liverpool on November 22/3.
The Human Loire gets a mention in the Metro newspaper's ‘Giants of Comedy’ feature (in the ‘What the...?’ column).
I have been nominated for the increasingly prestigious Malcolm Hardee Award for Comic Originality.
Laugh Out London has listed the Human Loire as one of the ‘best free comedy shows at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2014’ – ‘be prepared for the unusual’.
Chortle has listed the Human Loire as one of the ‘ten weirdest acts heading to the Edinburgh Fringe’.
Hoopla has listed the Human Loire as one of the ‘top five show recommendations of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2014’ – ‘This is what Edinburgh needs dammit! This is what the whole comedy industry needs! Completely bonkers and ridiculous, in fact the result of a great man’s (Michael Brunström) mind focused on the ridiculous and absolute joy of improv. Like nothing you’ve seen before. Very silly.’
Susan Harrison has listed the Human Loire as one of her ‘three favourite free things at the fringe’. – ‘I can absolutely guarantee you won’t have seen anything like this before and never will again.’
Joz Norris has included the Human Loire in his list of ‘Fringe recommendations’ for 2014. – ‘an unmatched commitment to big, ridiculous ideas.’
‘For proper alternative, we have to turn to Michael Brunström. . . . Big, bold and dumb, this is precisely the sort of thing that should be in an alternative new act showcase. First place!’
Steve Bennett, Chortle
‘Michael Brunstrom had had a bowl full of Andy Kaufmann for breakfast, and burped out a wonderfully absurd set. . . . The fact that he resembled an ungamely European classical conductor having the time of his life, only wove more magic in my opinion. More of this please.’
London is Funny
‘The highlight of almost any evening for me.’
John Fleming, As It Goes