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Hugo Chegwin and Big Zuu to star in new Dave sitcom Sneakerhead

Channel Dave has ordered Sneakerhead, a new three-part sitcom set in a sports shop. Hugo Chegwin and Big Zuu star.

British Comedy Guide, 17th January 2022

Mae Martin, Sarah Kendall and Aisling Bea's shows up for writing award

The Writers' Guild Of Great Britain Awards shortlist features Feel Good creators Mae Martin and Joe Hampson, Sarah Kendall (Frayed) and Aisling Bea (This Way Up).

British Comedy Guide, 7th December 2021

Allan Mustafa and Hugo Chegwin on the climate crisis

Kurupt FM stars Allan Mustafa and Hugo Chegwin, better known as MC Grindah and DJ Beats from the BAFTA-winning People Just Do Nothing, are tackling climate change in the latest episode of their podcast. Here, they tell Sky News why it's such an important issue to address.

Gemma Peplow, Sky News, 17th November 2021

How the gap between music and comedy has disappeared

Some of my favourite music of this year was made by a comedian, and some of my favourite comedy by musicians.

Rachel Aroesti, The Guardian, 29th September 2021

Tom Davis and PJDN team begin filming Channel 4 heist comedy The Curse

Tom Davis, Allan Mustafa, Steve Stamp and Hugo Chegwin write and star in Channel 4's 1980s crime caper The Curse.

British Comedy Guide, 26th August 2021

People Just Do Nothing: Big In Japan review

The Kurupt FM crew strike it rich in Tokyo in this warmly funny spin-off feature.

Simran Hans, The Observer, 22nd August 2021

People Just Do Nothing: Big In Japan review

A Kuruptingly good comedy.

Dulcie Pearce, The Sun, 20th August 2021

People Just Do Nothing: Big In Japan review

Fails to deliver on its eastern promise.

Damon Smith, The Irish News, 19th August 2021

People Just Do Nothing film is a fun misadventure

Like every other movie spin-off, People Just Do Nothing: Big In Japan is for people who can't get enough of these characters. Even in a story that feels like Spinal Tap lite, their antics will ensure the fanbase will get what they paid for.

James Luxford, City AM, 18th August 2021

People Just Do Nothing: Big In Japan review

Although it's largely one for the fans, there are enough explainers to allow newbies to get quickly up to speed.

Emma Simmonds, The List, 16th August 2021

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