Gareth Gwynn, Sian Harries and Tudur Owen explain how they plan and write Tourist Trap, the semi-improvised sitcom on BBC Wales. They offer up some great insight and tips.
The Comedy Women In Print (CWIP) prize is now open for 2020 entries.
Dave Cohen shares advice on the nine Ps of plotting sitcom episodes: plan, personal, proactive, point of no return, pendulum, peril, pathos, punchline and persist.
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Komedia Bath will be running its Comedy Launchpad competition in January and February 2020. Entry is now open.
Dave Cohen explains how a sitcom set can be a character in its own right.
Through the works of JK Rowling, Dave Cohen explores the roles and importance of secondary characters.
Shaun The Sheep Movie: Farmageddon co-director Will Becher discusses his career in animation and the making of the new blockbuster feature film.
An event is being run on Sunday 10th November 2019 in London, giving comedians a chance to meet the organisers of numerous comedy festivals.
Are comedy writers putting in enough work when creating new characters? Dave Cohen looks at the art of character creation.
Dave Cohen explains how coming up with key words to describe your characters can be very helpful.