Reviewing a new Alan Partridge comedy is like supporting England in a penalty shoot out; there is no winning. I could watch this hour, tell you it is brilliant, and get “you would say that” taunts. Equally, it could be
It is not very often that we are afforded the opportunity to review an album on The Comedy Journal. It wouldn’t take much market research for a music exec to decide against any budding musical comedy acts standing hopefully before
Perhaps it’s my desire to become a sitcom writer (without any of the talent or vocabulary to do so) that makes Episodes appeal to me. It certainly isn’t the humour. For all its failings as a comedy I actually quite
Believe It! is the ‘radiography’ of Richard Wilson, or at least it would it be if he hadn’t made half of it up. It’s quite a wonderful experience listening to woven tales that may or may not be true. It
As you’re no doubt aware, we’re huge fans of funny adverts here at The Comedy Journal. In the featured videos on the homepage alone you can find Dollar Shave Club, one of the funniest adverts I’ve seen for a while.
It’s not often that I thank my lucky stars for Geoffrey Palmer, star of As Time Goes By. Every two or three days at the most. Last night was certainly one of those moments, as Palmer performed the role of
Cardinal Burns is a new comedy sketch show written and performed by Seb Cardinal and Dustin Demri-Burns.
Camden Town is precious to locals and tourists alike, constantly evolving with the times, and over the years many of Britain’s favourite acts have cut their teeth in the pubs and clubs of this famous old North London area. It
It’s interesting (or almost definitely not interesting, depending on your opinion), that in a week when we talk about comedies focusing on reality or an extension of reality, Grandma’s House should return; an embellished version of Simon Amstell’s life, solely
As a collection of plays, prose and short stories, there a few finer – and none funnier – than Without Feathers. Those hoping for negatives should look away now.
Heading towards its final stages, Stephen Merchant’s Hello Ladies Tour was in Portsmouth tonight ahead of a series of shows in London. TCJ’s Tom Chant went along to find out just how good TV’s unsung hero is on stage.