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Tim Key interview

Saturday 8th February 2014

Tim Key might have been a journalist, or a criminologist. Thankfully, he became a comedian instead. He tells us more in this interview.

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Tim Key writes a love poem to pubs

Tim Key has written a poem to celebrate the reopening of the pubs after lockdown. And his words will be displayed on the pavement outside ten pubs in London, with the lines spaced a metre apart to help social distancing in the queues.

Chortle, 3rd July 2020

The lockdown sketches continue with appearances from Tim Key, who provides a noirish spoken-word interlude on social distancing, Morgana Robinson's Cheryl Cole on snoozing self-care and the return of Charlie Higson's lascivious Swiss Toni. Plus Tez Ilyas has some absurdist tips on solo exercise.

Ammar Kalia, The Guardian, 15th June 2020

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A feel good and sweet natured British film focusing on the strained relationship between a mother and her 15-year-old son.

Sarah Morris, The Fan Carpet, 9th June 2020

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Minor-key and understated to a fault, Days of the Bagnold Summer is an accomplished directorial debut for Bird.

Tom Beasley, Flickering Myth, 7th June 2020

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Alice Jones, i Newspaper, 28th April 2020

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Christ alive, we could all do with a laugh. Fortunately, take a wander into the podcast world and you'll soon be ankle-deep in funny stuff. Where to start, though?

Esquire, 18th April 2020

Comedy's coronavirus crisis

With gigs cancelled and no support given to an art form that Art Council England does not officially recognise, comedians fear the worst.

Brian Logan, The Guardian, 18th March 2020

Days Of The Bagnold Summer review

Days Of The Bagnold Summer is an endearing, accessible film for anyone who's struggled through puberty, or, indeed, struggled to connect with a family member going through it.

Jay Richardson, Chortle, 5th March 2020