comedy

"Me: *is allergic to cats* Also me: *rubs face with cat* *boops cat nose* *sleeps right next to cat*"
Michael McIntyre: Showman was filmed in front of a live audience just weeks before the UK went into lockdown.
The comedian was only five minutes into his set when he told the fan she’d “ruined” the gig.
The Tower of London is "old". Ben Nevis is "too high". Cheers, TripAdvisor!
After spotting photos of the man modelling mismatched chairs like his life depends on it, we tracked him down and asked him all about it.
As the debate around what is deemed funny versus offensive forges on, six comedians share their feelings about the future of their industry.
British comedies are coming under increased scrutiny for their portrayal of Black people. Little Britain, The Mighty Boosh and Bo’ Selecta! have been removed from streaming services. But this isn't the only trope that comedies in recent decades have used in their portrayal of Black and minority ethnic people. We spoke to comedian and journalist Ava Vidal about these recent events.
Thank goodness The Simpsons didn't diddly-do this.