In spirit, it’s Fargo: Alabama, in every other way. It’s a perfect dark comedy that had me falling off my seat in fits of laughter, writes Tobias Soar
Anuli Changa talks to Foxdog Studios’ tech-comedy duo Lloyd and Pete about their production of Robot Chef in Salford
Camila Florencia Rusailh reviews Amy Vreek’s comedic retelling of her struggle with endometriosis
To study the themes of wholesome male relationships in film look no further than 2009’s I Love You, Man which unravels itself after repeated viewings.
Jon S. Baird’s Stan and Ollie (2018) is a sweet reminder of the humanity behind humour, and the pleasure of those who make us laugh, and love.
Their performances involve real-life head shavings mid-show
Your new drunken addiction is here, courtesy one of Fuse TV’s most exciting projects to date
Sex, STDs, and Primark tops, Chloe Hatton reviews Annabelle Devey’s latest stand up.
Arts and Theatre editors Bella Jewell and Anuli Changa review ‘Titters and Tassels Burlesque and comedy show’ hosted by comedic double act Toots and Leigh
The University of Manchester hosts the Sexuality Summer School: a five-day, city-wide, public conversation on gender, sexuality and culture open to all
Luca Mariani reviews The Evolution of Testicles, which focuses on the awkwardness of self examination to help in the fight against testicular cancer
From indie success in Japan to international adoration, One Cut of the Dead reanimates the horror-comedy genre with a wholesome tale
Anuli Changa talks to comdeian Ken Cheng about his first UK tour and his comedic experience
Colman may have transformed from sit-com staple to genuine big screen royalty with The Favourite
As we come ever closer to the close of Store Street, contributor Alex Coupe reviews Kurupt FM’s first, and very possibly last, visit to the legendary Warehouse Project
Chloe Hatton spoke to Annabelle Devey and Jordan Vincent about why you should join the Comedy Society.
Chloe Hatton reviews Fuse FM’s latest event, a CALM time, which was organised in collaboration with the Comedy Society in order to raise money for the Campaign Against Living Miserably