Cariad Lloyd.

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TV review: Out Of Her Mind Series 1 Episode 1

The whole series is available to watch on iPlayer too and given how fantastic this opening episode is I imagine I'll have binged it all within an exceedingly short time, as Pascoe has created something truly special here.

Alex Finch, Comedy To Watch, 21st October 2020

Out Of Her Mind review

Continuing the recent surge of strong, female-led series, this six-parter highlights the distressing side of long-term singledom, via sharp, fourth wall-shattering observations.

Lucy Mangan, The Guardian, 20th October 2020

Review: Out Of Her Mind

As opening lines go, 'My name is Sara Pascoe and I'm going to destroy your faith in love' is as bold and unambiguous a statement of intent as you can get. And hardly the usual manifesto for what's ostensibly a sitcom about relationships.

Steve Bennett, Chortle, 20th October 2020

TV: Out Of Her Mind, BBC Two

Sara Pascoe's self-penned new comedy is not backwards in coming forwards. As she says at the start. "I am going to destroy your faith in love." Mrs Brown's Boys this ain't then. But it might just be my new all-time favourite sitcom.

Bruce Dessau, Beyond The Joke, 20th October 2020

National Theatre to reopen with pantomime

Only one pantomime has ever been performed on a stage at the venue when a production of Cinderella was put on in the Lyttelton Theatre in 1983. It is now to return for one year only with a new version of Dick Whittington as a way to "celebrate and honour panto's place at the heart of British theatre", according to the venue. Writers Jude Christian and Cariad Lloyd said it would be filled with "irreverent jokes, talking animals, awesome songs, and wholesale destructive silliness".

BBC, 17th September 2020

Man Like Mobeen shortlisted for social impact award

Guz Khan's comedy Man Like Mobeen has been shortlisted in the Best TV Show of the Year category at the Visionary Honours 2020.

British Comedy Guide, 20th February 2020

Progress 1000: London's most influential people: comedy

The most influential people in London for comedy.

Bruce Dessau, Evening Standard, 3rd October 2019