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Comedy Post-Wodehouse

If you were to read the opening paragraph of my personal statement – something which I would not recommend – you would come across...

Review: ‘Asockalypse Now’ @ M and D Room

I’ll admit, having not seen a university comedy performance before, I entered the M&D room with trepidation. Thankfully, after the first handful of sketches,...

What does diversity mean to comedy?

Ultimately, diversity is an essential element in all walks of life. In government, CEOs of corporations, lawyers, in music, and even in comedy. Everyone...
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Review: Swimming with Men

Oliver Parker’s Swimming with Men follows Eric Scott, played by Rob Brydon, as he navigates a mid-life crisis. Eric feels lost and consequently seeks...

Sundance 2018 – Eighth Grade – Review

Certain associations are damaged with overuse. School, awkward teens, the nuances of young social lives - perhaps it's all been done before. But then...

Review: Bill Bailey @ Plymouth Pavilions

After one faulty train ticket machine, one subsequently missed train, one caught-but-delayed train, and a consequently brisk run to the venue, I sat down...

‘I show up, with all these opinions’: Review: Katherine Ryan @...

The Glitter Room. Katherine Ryan’s tour certainly was aptly named. Striding onstage, shoes clicking to the rhythm of Barns Courtney’s Glitter and Gold, Ryan’s...

Preview: Neon @ Roborough Studios

An early disclaimer to this preview is that I believe Neon is best experienced with as little knowledge of the play’s plot and narrative...

In Defense Of The Christmas Rom-Com

Romantic Comedies are my favourite kind of film, no question about it.  I love the innovation in them, that although we know that it’s...

Review: Private Lives @ Plymouth Theatre Royal

When I set out on the road to Plymouth, I had no idea of the excitement I was in for that evening; London Classic...