The death of Matthew Perry has seen old and new fans reflect on the legacy of a television classic.
Written by comedian Harry Hill, it’s a hectic hour-and-a-half of high-energy songs and skits.
The jokes, memes and skits came thick and fast – but behind the humor were serious points.
The court would laugh at rather than with the fool.
I’ve researched women’s experience of the UK comedy circuit for ten years – this is what I’ve learned.
Kieran Hurley’s new play treads the familiar debate of millennial precarity versus boomer affluence with verve and insight.
The first series had the characters’ roles all the wrong way round. Blackadder was dim, Baldrick clever and the queen was dull. Thankfully they got a second try.
There will be almost 3,000 shows playing at this year’s Fringe, which can feel a little daunting, especially for the first timer. Here’s how to get it right.
A sex comedy that’s more like a buddy film than a romance
Deadloch is a potty-mouthed satire that is also a feisty feminist take on the more usual gender politics of the Nordic Noir crime drama.
While derision and mockery permeate airwaves and social media feeds, satire holds the key to creating a more informed, engaged electorate.
The 90s sitcom featuring Jerry Seinfeld influenced the type of cinematic television we are so familiar with nowadays.
Shakespeare’s Conrad is now an ambitious ‘story producer’. With an eye over all the ‘Nothing Island’ action, he seeds rumours that bloom into reality TV gold.
Lies that spiral out of control feature in both farce and ‘dramedy’ - but the latter deals with more serious issues.
Deepfakes have found their perfect vehicle in comedy – which allows them to be enjoyed without fear of deception.
Some comedians put race at the centre of their comedy, giving audiences a chance to release some tension. But how far is too far? Where is the line between a lighthearted joke and deep-rooted racism?
The government has backed away from broad hate speech legislation. But the law can be a blunt instrument, and comedians are still better off regulating themselves.
A talented comedian and serious dramatic actor with a gift for accents, Robbie Coltrane is a huge loss to TV and screen.
Grief is messy, surprising, revealing and honest at different times and all at once. Here, it is also funny.
In this new reality TV series, Nathan Fielder goes to great lengths to help people rehearse future events.