“It was an absolutely hysterical and wonderful evening, for both those partaking and everyone watching online!”
- Maria Kuzak, Fundraising Manager at CALM
Please note: This is an example of a full episode from the public show; in your own tailored version, the audience will comprise your staff and booked comedians.
During 2020, your staff have been working harder than ever but it’s never been more difficult to feel like a cohesive team.
Remote working is leaving everyone isolated and fatigued with no informal encounters or water-cooler chats.
Parties, celebrations, and awards ceremonies can typically feel stagey and awkward when held online.
Award-winning comedian Stuart Goldsmith hosts “The Infinite Sofa”, a hilarious comedy chat show with celebrity guests from shows like Live At The Apollo and Mock The Week.
12 members of your team join an online room with Stuart, and the rest watch and interact via a private link.
It’s like the front row of The Graham Norton Show, as your 12 colleagues get involved in the action and help interview the celebrity guests.
MEMBERS OF YOUR WORKPLACE
PEOPLE WATCHING & INTERACTING
Your Host, Stuart Goldsmith
Stuart is lifelong comedy performer and an incredibly safe pair of hands. His recent stand-up special Like I Mean It was placed in the top 20 of over 1,000 shows at the Edinburgh Festival, and he's the regular warm-up comic for The Graham Norton Show on BBC One.
His celebrated podcast, The Comedian’s Comedian, which uncovers the creative process and personal development of over 350 of the best comedians in the world, has over 15 million downloads.
How Does It Work?
This unique format lets the comedians be their naturally funny selves and interact with the front row, without doing their usual sets.
Stuart live “vision-mixes” the show while hosting, so the presentation is slick and TV-like, with none of the awkwardness associated with online mixers.
Stuart is a lifelong performer and an incredibly safe pair of hands, so laughs are assured, the tone is warm and genuine, and no-one is left out.
Everyone is engaged all the time, whether contributing to the show or watching remotely!