What happens to satire when politics is already a joke?
Political satire makes make Brexit the most interesting it has been for years in Tasha Saunders’s biting new comedy.
We live in a society that values things that are quick to buy, quick to use, and quick to dispose of.
Prostitution, criminality, madness, lust, and squalor. William Hogarth’s collection of paintings and prints at the Sir John Soane’s Museum satirize 18th century urban crudities through graphic pictorial dramatizations and dark wit.
We’ve all heard legends of them. The mythical, aggressively friendly, Greggs-eating species of humans that populates the hills and valley of the...
Turn on the news, open up the paper and prepare to enjoy the strangest show of all – the real world.
Chris Grayling has awarded a freight ferry contract… to a company that owns no ferries.
Mercury Theatre Productions' venture into theatrical hell is impressive, but the length of the production lets it down
An acutely observed examination of inane office politics, despair, and social media
A reflection on the joys of the corporate world
12Page 1 of 2