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Tag Archives: political comedy
Here’s a tip for appearing younger. Join the queue for a show that’s all about tax. Of course this theory may not stand up to statistical or empirical scrutiny but it was anecdotally and personally true when I went along … Continue reading
As far as setting yourself apart from the swarm of other white blokes – in their thirties doing stuff about domesticity and reaching their own personal mid-life crisis – billing yourself as an unapologetic Tory would appear to be quite … Continue reading
I like political comedy but I know it’s not everyone’s cup of tea. US politics has a bit more of a universal appeal though. Maybe it’s the dumbing down of the political message and the jaw-droppingly awful gaffs and infomercials … Continue reading
When David Mills rolls into town the competition should just roll over in its bed of unwanted flyers and forget about it. But actually – there’s no competition. There’s nobody doing his unique brand of super-cool, politically-aware lounge lizard with … Continue reading
Richard Brown pretty much belongs to the ranty school of comedy. I can’t be too mean though as I pretty much come from the same places he does – politically, philosophically and geographically (as in Scotland). But I also happen … Continue reading
I’m gutted that I can’t get along to see the inimitable Daphna Baram at The Stand in Edinburgh tomorrow night (17 Nov). But if you’re in the area and want a reminder of those heady, laughter-filled days of last August’s … Continue reading