Comedy

Milked - Pentabus Theatre - UK Tour

Milked is a riotous comedy from Channel 4 bursary award-winning playwright Simon Longman. His first play, it charts the experience of being out of work in the countryside; how the emptiness can be a safe haven as well as a dark terror. Brilliantly sharp a

Yap, Yap, Yap! - Alan Carr - UK Tour

Television presenter and comedian Alan Carr will be heading around the UK & Ireland with his brand new show Yap,Yap,Yap! from February 2015.

The Fitzrovia Radio Hour’s Dracula - Mercury Theatre, Colchester

We interrupt the horror to bring you this urgent newsflash… clutch your crucifix and grasp your garlic as we recreate the glamour of a 1930’s BBC Radio play, inviting you to take the role of studio audience as West End and Edinburgh Fringe sensations

Grand Guignol - Southwark Playhouse

“‘Horror and comedy combine to outrageous effect in this gory romp. A gleefully silly piece that also says some smart things about creativity – and even about theatre reviewers” "a delightfully ghoulish evening of demented indulgence!” “

Dapper Laughs: laddish banter banned from Cardiff Uni

The ITV2 star's brand of douchebag humour doesnt appeal to everyone.

John Bishop, Supersonic tour, Cardiff, review: 'king of the one-hundred liner'

John Bishop is a marvellous raconteur, but at his best when dwelling on his foibles not triumphs, says Mark Monahan

Review: Jeeves and Wooster in Perfect Nonsense (Tour - Salford)

James Lance delivers an excellent comic performance in Jeeves and Wooster - Perfect Nonsense at the Lowry.

Grand Guignol, Southwark Playhouse, review: backstage at the gory theatre of horror

So legendary were the gory, blood-spattered productions of Paris’s Theatre du Grand-Guignol at the end of the 19th century, the name itself became shorthand for horror. Simon Stokes’ revival of Carl Grose’s affectionate pastiche leads us backstage -

The Man Who Attempted to do as Much as Such - UK Tour - Reginald D Hunter

Having had a busy 2014, Reginald D Hunter shows no signs of slowing down as he announces a brand new 45 date tour for 2015. In the time that he has spent in the UK, he has become best known for his distinctive take on subjects such as race and sexuality.