Looking for pleasure over paranoia, Eleanor Butler’s movie to see in the new year is a whole lot of feel good
Screen Editor Olivia Garrett discusses the highs and lows of this year’s Emmy Awards.
Tabitha Burnett reviews the latest comedy series from Amazon Prime, Upload
His speeches trigger widespread controversy, but is there a valid indicator to be able to tell that he has gone too far? Has the famed comedian reached a tipping point of no return after his infamous 2020 Golden Globe appearance, wherein ‘throwing shade’ at Hollywood greater resembled a throwing their past back in their face?
Tom Bosher reviews Rhod Gilbert’s ‘The Book of John’ at Plymouth Pavilions.
Print features editor Jaysim Hanspal reviews The Midnight Beast’s gig
Ellie Cook, Senior Online Editor, reviews Josh Widdicombe’s ‘Bit Much’ at Plymouth Pavilions.
Max Ingleby is amused by Eddie Murphy’s take on Rudy Ray Moore despite otherwise predictable execution.
Rebecca Winkle reviews David Mamet’s three-women comedy drama, ‘Boston Marriage’.
Online Screen Editor Jacob Heayes finds Late Night to be a disappointingly derivative journey into talk-show production.