Excellent comedy let down by a silly premise
Like Sherlock, and not in a good way.
Beasts Gone Wild: this animalistic sketch show provides a wacky, wild and wonderful night out.
So much drama
I was going to joke about how this show was highly a-moose-ing, but I wanted to retain some journalistic integrity
An imperfect but entertaining show that provides endless surprises, says Dani Cugini.
Boundless energy, slick performances and endless variety: The Footlights take us on a journey from A to Z.
Lia Johansen-Villanueva was promised cocktails and an evening of laughter. The team behind And Then There Were Nuns delivered, and even threw in a lovely furry hat.
Hilarious, entertaining and witty – Luke had high expectations of these three experienced Footlights comedy-makers and they failed to disappoint.
A bit like quinoa itself, this show was a hit and miss mixture of amusement, hilarity and awkwardness.
Adam Woolf is in a flap over this hilarious sketch show.
Elliott Wright enjoyed the company of these six promising performers
Get voting on the first installment of the ‘comedy’ nominations.
ARCHIE HENDERSON has an extraordinary encounter with the cast of a new sketch show
Absurdity, lunacy, and intelligence: presenting Bafflesmash’s second show
WILL POPPLEWELL gives this sketch show a vote of no confidence
Telly Visions is alright…
CONSTANCE CHAPMAN interviews top impressionists from the cast of Telly Visions who have got their roles down to a tee.
OWEN BRAY is impressed by this ambitious sketch show, which lives up to its high expectations.
OLIVIA BELL is underwhelmed by this disappointing sketch show.