Comedy Club

How To Win Friends And Influence People When Talking About British TV Comedy: A Guide For Americans

Andrea Mann | Posted 30.04.2012 | UK Comedy
Andrea Mann

American cousins! And other Americans to whom I am not related! Ever found yourself at a tea party - the British, not crazed lunatic Republican, kind - and suddenly been at a loss for words when the topic of conversation moves, inevitably, to British television comedy? Fear not. For here is a handy guide to What To Say in such a situation - or indeed, when conversing with Brits in the Huffington Post Comedy Club comments. The following 20 pointers are intended to make you blend in with British people...

Stiller and Apatow: The London Comedy Film Festival Recognises the Movies the Oscars Aren't

Jonathan Wakeham | Posted 19.02.2012 | UK Comedy
Jonathan Wakeham

LoCo celebrates the craft of comedy film-making through screenings, education and funding. Our mission is to help kick-start the careers of Britain's new generation of film-makers, as they follow in the daunting footsteps of Chaplin, Laurel, Ealing, Carry On, the Python team, Bruce Robinson, Ben Wheatley and Edgar Wright.

Caroline Frost

Pegg And Frost On Spielberg: You Just Say 'Scratch My Tummy' | Caroline Frost | Posted 31.12.2011 | UK Entertainment

"We feel like we've been to filmmakers' Lourdes. We've drunk his celluloid," is how Nick Frost describes the experience of working with childhood hero...

Pop Culture Round-Up: New Thundercats, American sitcoms, Attack The Block DVD, Neil Diamond & Fright Night

Ben Falk | Posted 16.11.2011 | UK Entertainment
Ben Falk

• Thundercats are ho! Or should that be hos, judging by the body on Cheetara, who's drawn to look like a slightly feline Jessica Rabbit. Yep, the Ei...

Simon Pegg To Star In 'Psycho-Comedy'

Posted 26.09.2011 | UK Entertainment

PRESS ASSOCIATION -- Simon Pegg is to star in new Brit flick A Fantastic Fear Of Everything, about a crime writer who becomes obsessed with murder. ...