The final episode of the enjoyable Ripper Street-style romp (but with laughs) around the seedy underbelly of Victorian East End … [ Read More ]
Another half hour in the company of Matt Berry’s potty-mouthed Victorian sleuth-cum-nincompoop, Inspector Rabbit. Rabbit’s mission to save his lover … [ Read More ]
Gang warfare is raging in the East End, with the Flower Girls and the Stepney Boys – two rival gangs … [ Read More ]
Following a successful crowdfunding campaign, a new CGI animated version of the Moomin stories has been produced, airing across Easter.
Having previously worked together on Toast of London, Matt Berry and Arthur Mathews collaborate on this one-off Brexit comedy.
This week featured a character with pervasive Spanish guitar theme music, a Doctor of Drums, and a cyclical alcoholic. The … [ Read More ]
An impressive episode of TOL. Very ‘stream on consciousness’ writing, classic loosely connected plot, and featuring a live performance of … [ Read More ]
The strongest of the season so far. Featuring the inexplicably charming Jon Hamm, Brian Blessed, and the world’s tallest castle. … [ Read More ]
The thick slice of comedy that is the Toast of London was a little mellower this week, compared to the … [ Read More ]
Toast of London should not work as a show or a comedy. The elements of the narrative float around each … [ Read More ]
The nominations for this year’s British Comedy Awards have been announced and, as is traditional, if you look hard enough … [ Read More ]