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Liam Williams recently took his new show, SHEEPS: LIVE AND LOUD SELFIE SEX HARRY POTTER, to the Edinburgh Festival. 

Reviews for SHEEPS: 

'A gloriously silly show about itself, and about growing up and growing apart, finely stiched into a series of unpredictable, beautifully performed sketches. It left me light-headed with enjoyment' ✭✭✭✭✭  The Guardian 

'There's barely a false note to be found in this heralded comeback' ✭✭✭✭ The List 

'Original and intelligent sketch comedy with a touch of the surreal' ✭✭✭✭ Fest Mag 

'Most of all, everything is done in the unique Sheeps voice that they have had right from show one. It's a heavily ironic, listless voice that permeates everything they do, even down to their show names and posters, and I love it.' ✭✭✭✭ Chortle 

Two-time Edinburgh Comedy Award nominee, Liam Williams is a stand up, writer and actor and also one third of acclaimed sketch troupe Sheeps.

Liam’s six part, BAFTA nominated series, PLS LIKE was released on BBC3 on the 11th February 2017. The series parodies the world of Youtubers. It stars Liam, Tim Key and Lolly Adefope. The Guardian had this to say about the show, “It deserves to be seen by as many people as possible. It may just go down as the Spinal Tap of vlogging.”

Liam recently finished filming the role of Oscar in STATH LETS FLATS and the role of Ben in FRIDAY NIGHT DINNER. 

The first season of Liam's radio series, LADHOOD, aired on BBC Radio 4 in early 2016. The second season of LADHOOD aired in 2017 has been nominated as one of three finalists for Best Scripted Comedy in the BBC Drama Audio Award 2018. Liam is now writing a 30' TV pilot of LADHOOD for BBC Studios. Liam is also currently writing a TV script for Funny Bones Productions. 

Liam's adult panto, co-written with Daran Johnson, finished its run at the New Diorama Theatre in early 2017 after receiving rave reviews:

"It’s great fun, in short." The Guardian

"Ricky Whittington is a modern-day panto that’s got everything, not least a sense of raucous fun with intelligent lines mixed with the nonsense, a social astuteness to underpin the big-and-daft comedy, and a tightly directed cast of talented people."  Chortle

In early 2017, Liam filmed a stand-up set for LIVE FROM THE BBC. 

Liam's play, TRAVESTY, received great reviews at the Edinburgh Festival. Liam's debut play is about gender, the ethical dimensions of modern love, and a mandatory sillier third theme to make the whole thing seem less serious, in this case lemon tart.

"Stand-up Liam Williams’s sharply comic debut play forces you to notice how coded and gendered both language and gesture can be." ✭✭✭✭ The Independent

"Liam Williams' debut play about a young couple packs an emotional punch."  ✭✭✭✭ WhatsOnStage

In the spring of 2016, Liam filmed a role in THE AGENCY for the BBC and Happy Tramp. 

Liam also made a series of Channel 4 Blaps with Baby Cow which he then adapted into a pilot for Channel 4, SAD LAD STORIES. 

He took his debut show to Edinburgh festival in 2013 which was a critical hit and earned him a Fosters Best Newcomer Nomination. He went on to perform runs at The Invisible Dot, Soho Theatre and a small nation-wide tour of the show.

In 2014, he returned with his second hour, CAPITALISM, which received rave reviews and for which he was nominated for the Fosters Best Show Award.

His successful 2015 Edinburgh show, BONFIRE NIGHT, went on to a three week run at the Soho Theatre. 

Praise for Liam Williams: ‘Voice of a generation’ (Independent). ‘An extraordinary cri de coeur’ ***** (Guardian)

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Film, TV & Theatre

Liam Williams recently took his new show, SHEEPS: LIVE AND LOUD SELFIE SEX HARRY POTTER, to the Edinburgh Festival. 

Reviews for SHEEPS: 

'A gloriously silly show about itself, and about growing up and growing apart, finely stiched into a series of unpredictable, beautifully performed sketches. It left me light-headed with enjoyment' ✭✭✭✭✭  The Guardian 

'There's barely a false note to be found in this heralded comeback' ✭✭✭✭ The List 

'Original and intelligent sketch comedy with a touch of the surreal' ✭✭✭✭ Fest Mag 

'Most of all, everything is done in the unique Sheeps voice that they have had right from show one. It's a heavily ironic, listless voice that permeates everything they do, even down to their show names and posters, and I love it.' ✭✭✭✭ Chortle 

Two-time Edinburgh Comedy Award nominee, Liam Williams is a stand up, writer and actor and also one third of acclaimed sketch troupe Sheeps.

Liam’s 6 part, BAFTA nominated series, PLS LIKE was released on BBC3 on the 11th February 2017. The series parodies the world of Youtubers. It stars Liam, Tim Key and Lolly Adefope. The Guardian had this to say about the show, “It deserves to be seen by as many people as possible. It may just go down as the Spinal Tap of vlogging.”

The first season of Liam's radio series, LADHOOD, aired on BBC Radio 4 in early 2016. The second season of LADHOOD aired in 2017 has been nominated as one of three finalists for Best Scripted Comedy in the BBC Drama Audio Award 2018. Liam is now writing a 30' TV pilot of LADHOOD for BBC Studios. Liam is also currently writing a TV script for Funny Bones Productions. 

Liam's adult panto, co-written with Daran Johnson, finished its run at the New Diorama Theatre in early 2017 after receiving rave reviews:

"It’s great fun, in short." The Guardian

"Ricky Whittington is a modern-day panto that’s got everything, not least a sense of raucous fun with intelligent lines mixed with the nonsense, a social astuteness to underpin the big-and-daft comedy, and a tightly directed cast of talented people."  Chortle

In early 2017, Liam filmed a stand-up set for LIVE FROM THE BBC. 

Liam's play, TRAVESTY, received great reviews at the Edinburgh Festival. Liam's debut play is about gender, the ethical dimensions of modern love, and a mandatory sillier third theme to make the whole thing seem less serious, in this case lemon tart.

"Stand-up Liam Williams’s sharply comic debut play forces you to notice how coded and gendered both language and gesture can be." ✭✭✭✭ The Independent

"Liam Williams' debut play about a young couple packs an emotional punch."  ✭✭✭✭ WhatsOnStage

In the spring of 2016, Liam filmed a role in THE AGENCY for the BBC and Happy Tramp. 

Liam also made a series of Channel 4 Blaps with Baby Cow which he then adapted into a pilot for Channel 4, SAD LAD STORIES. 

He took his debut show to Edinburgh festival in 2013 which was a critical hit and earned him a Fosters Best Newcomer Nomination. He went on to perform runs at The Invisible Dot, Soho Theatre and a small nation-wide tour of the show.

In 2014, he returned with his second hour, CAPITALISM, which received rave reviews and for which he was nominated for the Fosters Best Show Award.

His successful 2015 Edinburgh show, BONFIRE NIGHT, went on to a three week run at the Soho Theatre. 

Praise for Liam Williams: ‘Voice of a generation’ (Independent). ‘An extraordinary cri de coeur’ ***** (Guardian)

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Comedy

Liam Williams recently took his new show, SHEEPS: LIVE AND LOUD SELFIE SEX HARRY POTTER, to the Edinburgh Festival. 

Reviews for SHEEPS: 

'A gloriously silly show about itself, and about growing up and growing apart, finely stiched into a series of unpredictable, beautifully performed sketches. It left me light-headed with enjoyment' ✭✭✭✭✭  The Guardian 

'There's barely a false note to be found in this heralded comeback' ✭✭✭✭ The List 

'Original and intelligent sketch comedy with a touch of the surreal' ✭✭✭✭ Fest Mag 

'Most of all, everything is done in the unique Sheeps voice that they have had right from show one. It's a heavily ironic, listless voice that permeates everything they do, even down to their show names and posters, and I love it.' ✭✭✭✭ Chortle 

Two-time Edinburgh Comedy Award nominee, Liam Williams is a stand up, writer and actor and also one third of acclaimed sketch troupe Sheeps.

Liam’s 6 part series, PLS LIKE, was released on BBC3 on the 11th February 2017. The series parodies the world of Youtubers. It stars Liam, Tim Key and Lolly Adefope. The Guardian had this to say about the show, “It deserves to be seen by as many people as possible. It may just go down as the Spinal Tap of vlogging.”

The first season of Liam's radio series, LADHOOD, aired on BBC Radio 4 in early 2016. The second season of LADHOOD aired in 2017 has been nominated as one of three finalists for Best Scripted Comedy in the BBC Drama Audio Award 2018. Liam is now writing a 30' TV pilot of LADHOOD for BBC Studios. Liam is also currently writing a TV script for Funny Bones Productions. 

Liam's adult panto, co-written with Daran Johnson, finished its run at the New Diorama Theatre in early 2017 after receiving rave reviews:

"It’s great fun, in short." The Guardian

"Ricky Whittington is a modern-day panto that’s got everything, not least a sense of raucous fun with intelligent lines mixed with the nonsense, a social astuteness to underpin the big-and-daft comedy, and a tightly directed cast of talented people."  Chortle

In early 2017, Liam filmed a stand-up set for LIVE FROM THE BBC. 

Liam's play, TRAVESTY, received great reviews at the Edinburgh Festival. Liam's debut play is about gender, the ethical dimensions of modern love, and a mandatory sillier third theme to make the whole thing seem less serious, in this case lemon tart.

"Stand-up Liam Williams’s sharply comic debut play forces you to notice how coded and gendered both language and gesture can be." ✭✭✭✭ The Independent

"Liam Williams' debut play about a young couple packs an emotional punch."  ✭✭✭✭ WhatsOnStage

In the spring of 2016, Liam filmed a role in THE AGENCY for the BBC and Happy Tramp. 

Liam also made a series of Channel 4 Blaps with Baby Cow which he then adapted into a pilot for Channel 4, SAD LAD STORIES.

He took his debut show to Edinburgh festival in 2013 which was a critical hit and earned him a Fosters Best Newcomer Nomination. He went on to perform runs at The Invisible Dot, Soho Theatre and a small nation-wide tour of the show.

In 2014, he returned with his second hour, CAPITALISM, which received rave reviews and for which he was nominated for the Fosters Best Show Award.

His successful 2015 Edinburgh show, BONFIRE NIGHT, went on to a three week run at the Soho Theatre. 

Praise for Liam Williams: ‘Voice of a generation’ (Independent). ‘An extraordinary cri de coeur’ ***** (Guardian)

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Lord Stanley's Soldier

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Tiger Aspect

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Rough Cut