Self-proclaimed “remoaner” funny-man Nish Kumar unleashed an impassioned tirade of fire and fury on the people of Salford at the Lowry Theatre, the biggest audience that he has ever performed for.
In the 90s Netflix CEO Reed Hastings was so embarrassed by a $40 late-fee that he incurred for a copy of the movie Apollo 13 at his local Blockbusters, that he came up with the idea for a company.
Director David Lowery’s last film A Ghost Story (2017) showed the torment of death, so it’s fitting that his follow-up The Old Man & the Gun celebrates the joy of life – whether that is found robbing a bank or being on the tale of a criminal.
Bigmouth Strikes Again: May is attempting to spin historical narrative with her defence of Brexit deal
The Prime Minister wants the awkward Abba dance moves and her perceived incompetence to fade from the electorate’s minds.
UK Battle Rap is in a peculiar place right now within its history.
Adam Rowe hosted an eventful night of comedy with a measured performance that carried a serious message about how he felt his current girlfriend wasn’t “the one”.
“It is an odd thing where you’re doing comedy and getting paid to comment on the collapse of western civilization,” reflects Nish Kumar on his job as a political comedian.
Ian Rankin’s latest instalment to the Rebus saga has all the moody hallmarks of its predecessors.
Man Bites Frog hosts Man Bites Comedy nights every month including Barbara Nice headlining on Oct 22.
‘I will tour every year for the rest of my life’: Scouse comic Adam Rowe on his ‘complex’ new show Undeniable
The sofa in the green room of The Comedy Store is leopard print. It’s a loud vibrant fabric, unashamedly honest. Very much like scouse comedian Adam Rowe.
Video game addiction now an illness says World Health Organisation with conflicting treatments available
The gaming disorder refers to people whose lives have been consumed by videogames to the point where their health is in jeopardy.