punch

"It could have easily taken my hand. I count myself very lucky."
The internet is a breeding ground for a risky challenge. But coupled with alcohol and a video camera it often goes very, very
A young father is believed to be the first vicitm in an internet craze that sees two contestants punch each other until one
We have reached the end of our third week at the Edinburgh Fringe and it feels like about a century since we all rocked up on the train at the end of July. And London seems like the other side of the world. In my final week here, I'm going to be running around trying to catch all the shows I've been intending to see all month but haven't got round to.
The central character in Punch is the most heinous, twisted, barbarous person I have ever tried writing. He's impervious to any shred of empathy, tact or compassion and yet I agree with (almost) everything he says.
Ronald Searle, the creator of the terrors of St Trinian's, was the most biting satirical cartoonist of his generation. His