Meg Hopkins reviews comedian Bo Burnham’s recent feature-length special on Netflix.
Alice Main explores the reasons why Channel 4’s Taskmaster has become such a success.
Alex Burgar discusses the last year in comedy through her own experience, and the potential future of stand-up in a post-covid world.
Noah Cohen-Greenberg celebrates four standout comedy shows that shine during dull times in this wonderfully on-the-nose review.
‘Two actors, not quite alike in dignity, In bonnie Edinburgh, where we lay our scene…’ Olivia Dunn remembers the heyday of collaborative theatre.
I was going to impress them with my perfectly-selected, painstakingly-crafted witty phrases. They would laugh, perhaps engage in my verbal sparring. We’d do this for about five minutes or so. Then they’d look deeply into my eyes and ask me to come on tour with them.
Sarah Lewis casts a critical eye over ‘P.S I Still Love You’, the much-anticipated sequel of ‘To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before’.
Isobel and Steve discuss the ‘Oxbridge experience’, political correctness in comedy and the virtues of sniffing milk.
Pendulum Productions’ Hero-Man is a bizarre and bad-mannered comic musical about the eponymous hero, played by Reef Ronel: an ultra-macho defender of the realm who defeats evil antagonist Joel Fernandez’s Reknaw on a weekly basis. Hero-Man is assisted by Martin Lindill as Tim, and his canine pal Zap, played by Sarah Davies, who throw their Read More…