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The Mash Report's Tim Telling pens killer squirrel comedy The Scurry

The Mash Report creator Tim Telling has written his first film, The Scurry, a comedy-horror about killer squirrels starring Rhys Ifans, Pixie's Olivia Cooke and I May Destroy You's Paapa Essiedu, directed by actor-director Craig Roberts.

British Comedy Guide, 20th March 2024

Still Up review

After the success of Trying and Ted Lasso, Apple TV+'s new British comedy Still Up feels like an updated version of Sleepless In Seattle, but written during lockdown.

Steve Bennett, Chortle, 23rd September 2023

Still Up review

Craig Roberts and Antonia Thomas are utterly charming.

James Hibbs, Radio Times, 22nd September 2023

Still Up review

This is a chemistry-packed show about two friends who can't sleep, so phone chat through the night. The leads' charisma will pull you through to the final episodes - where things get really meaty.

Lucy Mangan, The Guardian, 22nd September 2023

Still Up: The stars of this charming British comedy are a genuine revelation

This sitcom about two friends who phone chat their way through insomnia is an absolute delight. Its leads' chemistry is impossibly fizzy - you'll root for them like never before.

Joel Golby, The Guardian, 16th September 2023

Apple's Still Up to launch on 22nd September

Apple TV+ has announced the September launch date for its latest British comedy, Still Up.

British Comedy Guide, 9th August 2023

Antonia Thomas and Craig Roberts to star in Apple series Still Up

Still Up[/c], a new Apple TV+ comedy series about two insomniacs, will star Antonia Thomas and Craig Roberts.

British Comedy Guide, 26th October 2022

Film review: The Phantom Of The Open

The Phantom Of The Open is Mark Rylance's vehicle to strut both his comic and dramatic chops and is destined to find an appreciative audience.

Thomas Duffy, Film Book, 27th June 2022

The Phantom Of The Open: Gentle comedy makes the cut

True-ish comedy celebrates 'world's worst golfer'.

Donald Clarke, The Irish Times, 18th March 2022

The Phantom Of The Open review

Mark Rylance plays golfing imposter Maurice Flitcroft in a buoyantly comedic take on this astonishing true-life tale.

Emma Simmonds, The List, 18th March 2022

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