Previews

kieran Hodgson
It's bitterly cold outside so why not spend the day inside at Megagrotto in Kings Cross? Not only will you save on your heating bills but you will see a room full of top comedy acts do full-length... more
Peep Show By Lily Dessau
And so this is it. After 12 years can it really be the end for Jeremy and Mark? Are these two dysfunctional man-children actually going to sail off into the sunset after letting us hear their... more
Josh, BBC3
A flatshare sitcom about two dysfunctional blokes who seem incapable of growing up? Peep Show? No, we are talking about Josh, which by one of those quirks of scheduling starts its first series on... more
bull
Bull might be set in an antique shop but the most priceless relics can be found lurking in the script. This three-part series, written by Gareth Gwynne and John-Luke Roberts, is not afraid to fall... more
detectorists
The Danebury Metal Detecting Club is back and this time it’s serious. Well, not completely serious. Mackenzie Crook’s countryside sitcom was one of the most subtle, slow-burn comedies to pop up in... more
Rotters
When Sky commissioned Rotters as part of their silent comedy season they thought they had cast two recent Edinburgh Comedy Award winners. In fact it is now three. John Kearns (2014 winner) and Phil... more
kerry
The final of the annual Funny Women Awards takes place on September 23. Previous finalists include Katherine Ryan, Sara Pascoe, Bridget Christie and Sarah Millican, so it is a pretty good litmus test... more
Ruby Robinson
At the Edinburgh Fringe this August Foster’s Awards director Nica Burns called on TV networks to invest in comedy. Sky is certainly doing their bit already. This week a new series of physical comedy-... more
David Mills
I was one of the judges when David Mills won the New Act of the Year in 2011 when the competition moved from the Hackney Empire to the Barbican. I suspect it was a pretty unanimous decision. He had... more
Harry Deansway
Harry Deansway’s place in British comedy history is assured. He is one of those noble idiots who has attempted to make a success out of publishing a comedy magazine. The Fix was a regular fixture on... more

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