It’s two years since we lost one of comedy’s brightest stars. In honour of Rik Mayall’s death day, here is his first ever interview from 1981. Read the rest of this entry →
After an extremely positive reaction to the announcement of Brittas Empire returning, the BBC is inexplicably seems to be stalling the idea to indefinitely.
Jane Noriss, the wife of original writer and creator Andrew Norriss revealed this to a fan asking about the series return: Read the rest of this entry →
Watching Britain’s Got Talent last night I did wonder if it was just me and David Walliams who understood that Lorraine Bowen was actually a comedy act and a very clever one to boot.
Judging from reactions on Twitter I get the feeling most people did not, but those that did thought she was hilarious.
This made me very sad, and worried. It also explains why so few comedians try their luck on Britain’s Got Talent, Read the rest of this entry →
New article for ThyBlackman
Hey, guys!! Are you watching comedy these days? It’s never been funnier!!
There is this brilliant new thing it’s called “ironic racism”.
What is this? It is very funny, actually and there are several forms of it about: Read the rest of this entry →
Earlier this year Rik Mayall told Daily Express’ Day & Night that comedy partner Ade Edmondson had pulled out of a new series of their hit show Bottom because he thought it “wasn’t working”. Read the rest of this entry →
Rumours have reached us that THE Rik Mayall may be starring in an episode of the new Damo & Ivor TV show. Read the rest of this entry →
John Cleese will be touring Canada with a new show. Read the rest of this entry →