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Charity Starts At Home – New online series released

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We are always excited about Turtle Canyon Comedy announce a new series. Turtle Canyon Comedy have a track record of producing ace videos with some of the cream of the crop when I comes to young comedy talent, including James Acaster’s Sweet Home Ketteringa, David Trent’s Totally Trented and The Helm & Taylor Show. So we are psyched for Charity Starts At Home…

Charity Starts At Home is about a charity run from a spare room and it stars Sarah Daykin (BBC’s Together, Newsjack etc), Rose Johnson (Birthday Girls) Richard Rycroft (stand up comedian) and Kieran Hodgson (everything at the moment).

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Kieran Hodgson, Rose Johnson, Will Barton & Sarah Daykin

It’s a four episode series and also guest stars Ed Gamble, Lizzie Daykin, Sunil Patel, Rachel Stubbings and Rose Matefeo. The first two episodes are up for you to enjoy, Episodes 3 and 4 will be released on December 18th.

Episode 1

Episode 2

The show is part of a new season of comedy that Turtle Canyon Comedy are doing, focussing on larger scale projects and producing comedy that allow comedians to make the projects they want to.

2016 is looking like a busy year for TCC as they have films and series from Birthday Girls, Mark Smith, David Trent, James Acaster, Grainne Maguire, Twins, Evelyn Mok and many others in the pipeline.

Hey have also hit their target for their Kickstarter campaign for James Acaster’s Sweet Home Ketteringa series 2, which will see James travel to Germany.

For more good stuff from Turtle Canyon Comedy check out their YouTube homepage

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