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Gold announces Dial M For Middlesbrough star cast

Gold has announced the stars for its third murder mystery comedy featuring Johnny Vegas and Sian Gibson, Dial M For Middlesbrough. Jason Donovan and Joanna Page are amongst the cast.

British Comedy Guide, 9th September 2019

Review: Urban Myths - Trump & Andy Warhol, Sky Arts

A great cast is well-served by a strong script by Ben Boyer.

Bruce Dessau, Beyond The Joke, 17th April 2019

Man Down review

The end of the fourth series of Man Down had plenty to get your teeth into, with chaos, comedy and pathos all thrown in.

Ian Wolf, On The Box, 29th November 2017

TV review: Man Down, C4

Greg Davies returns for a fourth series of Man Down and I sense a bit of a theme emerging. He has previously had a run-in with a turkey and in the first episode of the new run of this tragic, anarchic sitcom he has an oversized chicken thrown at him. But that is just a small indignity compared to some of his other issues in this opening instalment.

Bruce Dessau, Beyond The Joke, 19th October 2017

Review: Prevenge on DVD & Blu-Ray

Alice Lowe's smash hit film Prevenge is released on DVD and Blu-Ray in the UK on 5th June, which gave TVO an ample excuse to revisit a film we'd previously called "a startling debut from an incredibly talented individual".

The Velvet Onion, 29th May 2017

Prevenge: movie review

Despite what might be implied by its title, Prevenge will still no doubt present something unexpected to most: the first pregnant serial killer the big screen has ever seen. Gore, horror and psychopathy meet the viewer through a deadpan, blacker than coal, comedic lens.

Sarah Bradbury, The Upcoming, 6th February 2017

Preview: Prevenge

Featuring a cast primarily made up of TVO regulars, and with Alice Lowe writing and directing as well as leading that incredible cast, we were naturally very keen to see it. Our editor, Paul Holmes, shares his thoughts below...

Paul Holmes, The Velvet Onion, 18th October 2016

Prevenge - review

Prevenge was screened in the 'laughs' comedy strand of the London Film Festival, but the humour in Alice Lowe's directorial debut most definitely of the jet-black tone. Its tone is bleak and unnerving, with only the occasional dry comic moment offering relief from the brutal actions of its serial-killing anti-heroine, Ruth.

Steve Bennett, Chortle, 17th October 2016