Reviews

Review: Ellie & Natasia, BBC Three/BBC One
It's a really funny sketch show but it doesn't feel very original. Is it OK to say that?Ellie White and Nastasia Demetriou are both brilliant comedians and rising stars. White – the one that looks a... more
TV Review: Year of the Rabbit
I've read in various advance publicity interviews for Year of the Rabbit that its star Matt Berry calls it "The Sweeney but in Victorian times." Thanks for doing my review for me Matt. I didn't... more
Live Review: Frank Skinner, Leicester Square Theatre
Frank Skinner's first proper new show in four years does not have any whizz bang gimmicks. It does not have any themes or high concept. What it does have is a plethora of spot-on punchlines. Some of... more
ruby wax review
Ruby Wax has made a good name for herself in recent years with her shows - and books - concerning mental health. January of last year saw the release of her latest tome, How To Be Human: The Manual,... more
shadows bbc2
Five years after the brilliant movie version of What We Do In The Shadows, we get the TV spin-off. And it's definitely a comedy to get your teeth into as once again we follow the lives of a group of... more
Live Review: Garry Starr Conquers Troy The Warren: The Hat, Brighton Fringe
Last year Garry Starr Performs Everything took a number of fringe festivals by storm, picking up accolades in Brighton, Manchester and Adelaide, as well as being nominated for Best Newcomer at the... more
mum bbc2
In the third and final series of Mum, beautifully written and directed by Stefan Golaszewski, Cathy and co are well and truly out of their suburban comfort zone, as they go to stay with Pauline... more
Daniel Sloss
The sign outside the London Palladium with the big picture of Daniel Sloss on it says "as seen on Netflix". The 28-year-old stand-up has been getting increasingly popular in recent years but last... more
Samson Kayo is on a roll at the moment. He has recently signed up for the Hollywood movie Mouse Guard with Idris Elba and Andy Serkis and now, after making a splash in Famalam and Timewasters he has... more
tom neenan review
There is something of a trend for one-man shows straddling comedy and drama in their performance, sending up their star with a self-important persona, and taking us through their 'journey' as the... more
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