Mark Gatiss.

Mark Gatiss

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The League Of Gentlemen to reunite on stage once again?

The League Of Gentlemen will reunite for more live shows Steve Pemberton has predicted.

British Comedy Guide, 12th May 2021

Little Britain removed from streaming platforms

Hit BBC Three sketch show Little Britain has been removed from many streaming platforms, reportedly due to its use of cross-dressing and portrayals of ethnic minorities.

British Comedy Guide, 9th June 2020

Culture in lockdown: Mark Gatiss

From an Adam Sandler film to 1940s murder mysteries with titles such as Vegetable Duck, much-admired creator of theatre and TV favourites Mark Gatiss tells Tim Bano about the culture he has been enjoying during lockdown.

Tim Bano, The Stage, 29th May 2020

Review: Stay At Home Festival

When the coronavirus hit home last week there was a lot of talk about comedians setting up online gigs as their touring workload dropped off a cliff.

Bruce Dessau, Beyond The Joke, 24th March 2020

Stay at Home festival review

Mark Gatiss's dystopia flashbacks kick off comedy series.

Brian Logan, The Guardian, 23rd March 2020

Streaming with laughter: 50 best stand-up comedy shows

From Bill Hicks to Hannah Gadsby, Dave Chappelle to Josie Long - here are 50 specials you can watch right now.

Paul Fleckney, Harriet Gibsone, Ellen E Jones, Brian Logan and Graeme Virtue, The Guardian, 22nd February 2020

Dracula viewers spot spooky Inside No. 9 Easter egg

Titled 'Blood Vessel', the second instalment of the three-part series saw Dracula and a host of new characters sail a ship to England, with the Count struggling to keep his fangs in his mouth. Throughout the episode, the ship's captain and his crew kept alluding to an ill passenger who was resting in room 9.

Chris Edwards, Digital Spy, 3rd January 2020

The most memorable comedy gigs of the 2010s

Here Chortle editor Steve Bennett recalls the shows that had the biggest personal impact since 2010.

Steve Bennett, Chortle, 31st December 2019