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Curtis Stigers and Phill Jupitus talk music and fun ahead of their appearances at this month’s Henley Festival more

Interviews

Alice Cairns talks to Shappi Khorsandi about humour, history and the hero that England forgot more

Theatre/Arts

Comedian Shazia Mirza talks to Jane McGowan about questionable beach attire more

Interviews

4 STARS, April 18-21. New rep company receives rapturous welcome with a revival of an 80s TV great, writes Jane McGowan more

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Manuel Harlan

4 STARS, March 8 – April 14. Amanda Hodges finds plenty to enjoy in the first major London revival of Charlotte Jones' multi award-winning comedy more

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4 STARS, Feb 28 – March 3. A fun-packed and inventive production which lampoons theatrical clichés, says Alice Cairns more

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4 STARS, January 17-20. Richard Davies enjoys a Noel Coward classic at the Yvonne Arnaud theatre in Guildford more

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Comedian Stephen K Amos has never courted controversy. But it tends to find him anyway. Now he’s limbering up for a new stand-up tour, Bread and Circuses. William Gadsby Peet meets the man behind the mirth more

Interviews

5 STARS, June 20 – July 23. Simon Collins is left in stitches from an uproarious performance of wordless comedy by America's Got Talent finalist, Tapeface more

Theatre/Arts

Hold onto your pelvic floor. Samantha Laurie discovers a lunchtime comedy club for new mums and their babies more

Kids/Schools

Brooke Theis rounds up the top events happening in Surrey this summer more

News

Richard Herring is one of Britain’s leading comedy pioneers. William Gadsby Peet reels him in ahead of his tour dates at Camberley Theatre, Reading's Hexagon and Dorking Halls more

Theatre/Arts

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4 STARS, March 29 – April 1. Riddled with some wonderfully bawdy songs and quick witted humour, it is unsurprising that Nell Gwynn won Best New Comedy at the 2016 Olivier Awards, says Richard Davies more

Theatre/Arts

4 STARS, April 4-8. Ray Cooney's Out of Order proves that farce handled properly can still make for a brilliant evening's entertainment at the theatre, says Andrew Morris. more

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4 STARS. Catherine Wilson enjoys a most unconventional futuristic love story at the Theatre Royal, Windsor. Alan Ayckbourn’s Henceforward is showing until Feb 18 more

Theatre/Arts

A quick fire interview with funny man Josh Howie ahead of his Messed Up tour's pit stop at Crawley's Hawth Theatre more

Interviews

On the Razzle is a fast and furious farce full of double-entendres, witty wordplay, incidents of mistaken identity and even a pantomime horse, says Janice Windle. 4 STARS more

Theatre/Arts

Three families married on the same day in the same chapel gather to celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary. The celebrations are short lived, however, when they discover the vicar wasn’t licensed and they aren't actually married! more

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Part master magician, part stand up comedian, Pete Firman presents a unique evening of entertainment in his new show Pete Firman: TriX. Hattie Curl gives this brilliant night out 5 STARS. more

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A brilliantly funny comedy based around a series of hilarious and quintessentially British misunderstandings. 5 STARS more

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