Tuesday 29th July 2014
Stand-up comedian Rhys James has published a five-part sitcom online to help promote his Edinburgh Fringe show. You can watch it here.
I suppose a new generation of TV editors thinks this is how telly must work. They never watched it when they were growing up, of course, because they were glued to their phones.Christopher Stevens, Daily Mail, 2nd June 2020
Brilliant, miniature satires on the way we live now.Sean O'Grady, The Independent, 1st June 2020
This must have been one of the easiest comedy compilation shows to curate. With the live circuit in its induced coma, so many stand-ups are pumping out online content online that the whole internet is one giant audition room.Steve Bennett, Chortle, 1st June 2020
Following E4's Remote Comedy From The Paddock the BBC launches with their own self-shot lockdown rapidfire sketch show. And on the basis of the first episodes - not that this is a competition - the BBC has the edge.Bruce Dessau, Beyond The Joke, 28th May 2020
Talk about comic timing. On Friday, Rhys James was cracking coronavirus gags to a sold-out but half-empty Leicester Square Theatre. A couple of days later, the theatre closed indefinitely, owing to... Christ, do we even need to say it?Will Noble, Londonist, 19th March 2020
The Greenwich Comedy Festival is always a late-summer treat: a chance to catch top names on a line-up bill, often after they've done boot camp of Edinburgh and before their autumn tours.Steve Bennett, Chortle, 5th September 2019