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Murder for Two | Review

By Emily Stanton
The clue is in the title when it comes to this murder mystery comedy musical. Two actors smartly play all 14 characters in the two...

Film & TV

Review: Stath Lets Flats

At this current time, we have a huge wealth of comedic talent coming through and performing in Britain. This talent is predominantly demonstrated through TV...

Culture Theatre

Review | The Flop

By Max Modell
The Flop, Stand up for a show about not being able to get it up!
Absurdist comedies can often go too far and be too...


Interview: Chris Ramsey

Chris Ramsey has just embarked on his biggest tour to date, Is That Chris Ramsey?, culminating in a massive homecoming gig at Newcastle’s Metro Arena...


Interview: Carl Donnelly

Edinburgh Fringe favourite Carl Donnelly’s style of comedy has landed him nominations for the Edinburgh Comedy Award in 2013 and for Best Newcomer in 2009...

Film & TV

Review: Ordinary World

If you know the name Billie Joe Armstrong then it’s probably as the frontman of Green Day, the ringmaster of one of the biggest rock bands of the last twenty...

Food & Drink

Review: Buffalo

By Ellie Philpotts
What is this!? Going to Buffalo on a.. Tuesday?!
OK, that makes it sound like an unpopular place. It’s not. It’s just that it’s...

Film & TV

Review: Bridget Jones’s Baby

Note: Falling face first into mud is the way into a man’s heart.
Bridget is back. After 15 years, the third instalment in the beloved franchise, Bridget...


No Laughing Matter

As Mrs Brown’s Boys is voted the best sitcom of the 21st Century, I argue the case for the shows it beat- and what this says about the state of British...

Film & TV

Genre in Review: Comedy

From one of the broadest genres out there; we delve into what it is that makes a good comedy.
As an aspiring journalist, we’re taught at times to try and...


Twenty Years of Glee!

The comedy scene in Cardiff is growing in leaps and bounds, and the city‘s got quite a few places to thank for the rise of this new trend. One of them’s...


Hidden Gems for the Curious Student

Culture editors Jasmine Freeman and Elouise Hobbs bring you ten of Cardiff’s cultural treasures you wish you knew about. Go unearth them!
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