The Wedding Video. Image shows from L to R: Alex (Harriet Walter), Tim (Robert Webb), Saskia (Lucy Punch), Raif (Rufus Hound), Patricia (Miriam Margolyes). Copyright: Timeless Films.

The Wedding Video

Press Clippings

Act like you meme it: a comedy caption special

They say a picture is worth a thousand words. So we gave Edinburgh gagsmiths 8000 words worth of pictures and asked them to caption.

The Guardian, 2nd August 2014

Top 22 free shows in Edinburgh

The free part of the Edinburgh Fringe just gets stronger and stronger, and here are London is Funny's top recommendations...

London Is Funny, 1st August 2014

Robert Webb remembers his own slight wedding disaster

Only one tiny thing went wrong when Robert Webb, star of The Wedding Video, got married himself...

Caroline Frost, The Huffington Post, 20th August 2012

The Wedding Video review

The Wedding Video may not break new ground, but nor does it promise to. It's one of those comfortingly, recognisably British light comedies that does no harm, delivers a good few laughs, and boasts one or two pleasant surprises in its cast.

Louisa Mellor, Den Of Geek, 17th August 2012

Wedding Video: on set with Robert Webb & Rufus Hound

I visited Basildon Park in West Berkshire as it played host to a series of small but significant social disasters caught on camera by Rufus Hound's character and others and there was the hectic air familiar to both movie sets and wedding ceremonies.

Jon Lyus, Hey U Guys, 16th August 2012

Robert Webb: I worry people think I'm like Jeremy

Robert Webb tells Metro he's nothing like his Peep Show character Jeremy, why he hasn't watched co-star Olivia Colman in Tyrannosaur, what he has planned for David Mitchell's stag night and all about his new film The Wedding Video.

Andrew Williams, Metro, 15th August 2012

Rufus Hound interview

Here comedian and actor Rufus Hound explains how beards can titillate, his love of stripping... and why he'll never be a celebrity.

Betty Brisk, The Sun, 15th August 2012

The Wedding Video review

Rufus Hound is his usual rambunctious self, trying to force a smile out of Tim who is overwhelmed by the 'happy event' in the days leading up to it. But trying too hard means that Hound isn't always as funny as he thinks he is.

Stella Papamichael, Digital Spy, 14th August 2012

Rufus Hound interview

Rufus Hound makes his big screen debut this week as he leads an all star cast in Nigel Cole's new comedy The Wedding Video.

Helen Earnshaw, Female First, 13th August 2012