Funny Girl, the musical. Sheridan Smith. Copyright: Johan Persson.

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Gavin & Stacey: Why we fell in love with Barry Island

It's been nearly 10 years since we last said adieu to Gavin and Stacey (and Nessa and Smithy, of course). But fans have never given up hope of another reunion and they've now been rewarded with the news that a second Christmas special is in the works.

Emma Saunders, BBC, 28th May 2019

Jack Whitehall leads all-star voice cast for The Queen's Corgi

The voice cast has been announced for forthcoming animated comedy The Queen's Corgi. Stars include Jack Whitehall, Julie Walters, Ray Winstone, Sheridan Smith and Matt Lucas.

British Comedy Guide, 6th December 2018

In praise of Benidorm, the UK's most under-rated sitcom

It's a funny old game, comedy. Steve Pemberton's critical accolades for The League of Gentleman, and BBC2's late night cult hit, Inside No 9, are legion. But you'll be hard pressed to read glowing reviews of his eight years starring in the ITV comedy Benidorm. In fact you'll be hard pressed to read anything glowing from sniffy critics about the hit sitcom, despite its millions of viewers, longevity and viewer-voted National Television Awards. In fact, one critic went so far as to describe the viewing public a "disgrace" for voting for it.

Andrew Johnson, i Newspaper, 20th February 2018

Ratburger, Sky1, review

Walliams' modern fairy tale was gross but good-hearted fun.

Jeff Robson, i Newspaper, 24th December 2017

With grotesque characters, cartoon violence and Groundhog Day scenes of its young hero being gobbed on by the school bully, this adaptation of David Walliams's children's novel isn't subtle. But it is good fun. The plot centres on Zoe (Talia Barnett), who's growing up with a hated stepmum (Sheridan Smith) but whose life is much improved when she encounters a dancing rat, Armitage. Trouble is, burger van proprietor Burt (Walliams) is hunting for patty meat ...

Jonathan Wright, The Guardian, 24th December 2017

Review: Sky Summer Shorts - Morgana Robinson's Summer

Sky has attracted some big talent for its latest series of shorts and none bigger than serial genius Sharon Horgan, who sadly doesn't appear in Morgana Robinson's Summer but has written this pocket-sized seaside comedy drama. Imagine Benidorm set in Thanet with a Mike Leigh sub-plot.

Bruce Dessau, Beyond The Joke, 29th June 2017

Funny Girl star Sheridan Smith has mumps

The 35-year-old actress has been forced to pull out of the Bradford run of West End hit Funny Girl.

Female First, 10th June 2017

Funny Girl review

As Fanny, Sheridan Smith, utters the line "that's where I live on stage" the meaning is felt throughout the auditorium because Smith was born to play this role.

My Theatre Mates, 26th May 2017