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Comedy Vehicle

An otter, looking inquisitive and stuffMost of the television I watch has some sort of soporific purpose, or at the very least is kind of there for passive enjoyment, to help me unwind, to offer mild escapism etc etc. And this is not necessarily a slight on the majority of what I watch. We’re not huge TV-watchers in my household, and generally turn to it towards the end of the evening once work/chores/general cultural stimulation are out of the way/no longer an enjoyable or viable prospect. However, one series is proving a little more thought-provoking – Stewart Lee’s Comedy Vehicle. Read the rest of this entry »

An unfunny night at the Greenwich Comedy Festival

My Significant Other and I last night made our way down to the Greenwich Comedy Festival. We like a bit of stand-up comedy, it’s not far from where we live, and we’ve made plenty of trips to the Sunday Special comedy night, from which this festival has sprung up. Yet things didn’t go exactly to plan. In fact, this night of comedy wasn’t funny at all. Here is my (non) review. Read the rest of this entry »