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    In Conversation With Mae Martin

    There’s something slightly surreal about emailing someone whose comedy routines regularly pop up on your Facebook feed, whose new hit comedy ‘Feel Good’ got...

    In Conversation with Catherine Cohen

    There’s only one Catherine Cohen. It’s something you realise about five minutes into watching her perform — she’s just burped. “I’m sorry,” she says nonchalantly,...

    Review: Oxford Mind Comedy Gala

    "There were two questions heading into the night: how much money could the crowd raise, and how well have the comedians adapted their acts to fit the online format? Both questions were answered emphatically, as the audience raised over £3000." Noah Cohen-Greenberg and Owen Foster review the Zoom comedy fundraiser, Oxford Mind Comedy Gala

    Dip your toe into Schitt’s Creek

    Schitt’s Creek is a show where the main character talks to her many, many wigs. It is a show which manages to make a...

    The comedy bug

    No sympathy laughs from your mate when the joke doesn’t quite land; no in-jokes to fall back on; no new haircut to make fun of. Comedy is a savage mistress.

    A Recipe for the ‘Great British Sitcom’

    It seems difficult to think of anything so integrally British as the phenomenon known as the ‘Great British Sitcom’. Up there with scones, Big...

    A Worm on What If

    "A delicate chain bobs around his neck (his neck being the whole length of his body, which is just one long neck really); he bought it after watching Normal Worms. Maybe if he looked like worm-Connell, he imagines, things would have been different. Maybe worm-Sharon wouldn’t have left him for worm-Darren."

    Eagerly Anticipating: Sex Education Series 3

    "I am desperately hoping Sex Education returns as planned in January – we don’t need any more bad news this year."

    Preview: V-Card

    "V-Card looks to be one to remember"

    Learning From Blackface Comedy

    conformism to a prejudiced society shapes our perception of humour more than we may realise