Can comedy bounce back after the pandemic? Joshua Bates reports
Benjamin Forrest tackles the issue of joke stealing and questions why it seems to be overlooked within the comedy world
Dash & Lily is an American Christmas-based rom-com Netflix show based in New York City. The show is based on the young adult book series by Rachel Cohen and David Levithan, with the first book […]
Spotlighting some great artists this Disability Month, ranging from sculptors to revered writers.
Take a look back at how the arts world has treated President Trump over the years and what new material he has given them to work with.
From talking pregnancy tests to your least favourite colleague in HR, Harriet Purbrick explores the podcasts you should be listening to but probably aren’t.
When I first saw Netflix’s new teen series Never Have I ever I honestly did dismiss it for a day or two, thinking it looked too young. I was wrong. But not about it being […]
Trixie Mattel is undoubtedly one of the biggest stars to come from RuPaul’s Drag Race. From her short stint on season 7 to winning All Stars 3, this is a queen who showed incredible growth […]
Amongst all the anxiety of the current environment, “Feel Good” is the much-needed tonic to life’s woes. As much of the media speculates about the ongoing dreaded C-word pandemic, Canadian comedian Mae Martin’s semi-autobiographical TV […]
The return of the BAFTA award winning mocumentary This Country offers an oasis in this time of endless deadlines and storms. Real life siblings Daisy May and Charlie Cooper play cousins who live in an […]
Gryphon writer Chloe Lovatt interviews Dane Baptiste about his upcoming tour ‘The Chocolate Chip’, being angry and social media.
Ejiro Obonobor describes his experiences at The Scribe’s Open Mic Night