News, reviews and interviews. Anything else that ends like ews with a keen focus on the British comedy circuit.


January 27, 2017

I saw ‘Britney’ last night. This two hander, narrative sketch comedy tells the true story of performer/writer Charly Clive’s diagnoses with a brain tumour and subsequent journey to recovery with the help of her real […]

A how to guide to attract a director.

December 21, 2016

You’ve spent good time honing your own screenwriting craft to work out how to operate a Canon 5D then find out a lot of the magic is to do with some pretty expensive lenses you […]

Best From London Sketchfest

November 13, 2016

Growing in stature and flying the flag for the art of sketch, London Sketchfest is becoming a real centre for bestowing a badge of honor for emerging talent in sketch, with previous winners Daphne and […]

London Sketch Fest Q&A

November 2, 2016

London’s Sketch Fest returns this annum at the Hackney House this weekend for the 5th and 6th November. With a line-up of some of the best sketch acts in the country, Goose, Short & Curly, […]

Ari Shaffir: Ari S-P-E-C-T

September 1, 2016

Two things are striking about Ari S-P-E-C-T. The first is that it’s a great name and fun to say, the second is that it’s very American. Shaffir, in fact, makes it something of a mission […]

Loyiso Gola: Dude Where’s My Lion

September 1, 2016

For a man who claims to hate crowd-work, he certainly knows how to handle one. Probably the most interrupted show I’ve seen at this Fringe, from the first gag to the last, people chipped in […]


September 1, 2016

The MMORPG Show is a tabletop gaming experience with every roll, decision and character brought to you by a late night, often drunken, audience and we’re guided through this adventure by Paul Flannery, one of […]

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