Tag: comedy

In Conversation With: Charlie Higson

Mollie Carlyle in conversation with author, comedian, actor and former funk-punk singer, Charlie Higson

Through The Lens of a Camera: Comedy Virgins

Lina Pavlova reviews Comedy Society’s first show of the year.

Interview with Marshea Makosa, President of Comedy Society

Izzy Swanson talks to the president of Comedy Society, Marshea Makosa, about their plans for the upcoming year and how to get involved.

Interview: Callum Pardoe takes the Reigns of Holloway Players

Olivia Duckworth talks to Callum Pardoe, Drama Society’s “Players Rep”.

Late Night Laughs

Michele Theil talks to Philipp Carl Kostelecky about his new project, Late Nights in Egham.

In conversation with: Alex Horne

Mollie Carlyle picks the brain of Alex Horne, a stand-up comedian and co-host of the BAFTA nominated show, Taskmaster.

A Comedic Break from Valentines Day

George White reviews Comedy Society’s Post-Valentines show while exploring the trials and tribulations of stand-up comedy.

Celebrating The Comedy Society

Michele Theil attends and reviews Comedy Society’s latest show: ‘Celebrating the Birth of Christ’.

Comedy Society Showcase

Royal Holloway’s Comedy Society is popular for one reason: everyone wants to laugh. There are around 20 regular members of the society as well as many others that attend and perform at specific events, making the eventual number of participants in the Comedy Society uncertain but high. The Santa Isn’t Real event on the 7th […]

Hail, Caesar! Review

The Coen Brothers’ Hail, Caesar! is one of their most hilarious, absurd and grand films yet. What the film lacks in emotional depth is more than made up for in laughs and often stunning spectacle. Taking place in 1950’s Hollywood, the film stars Josh Brolin as Eddie Mannix, the man who makes sure everything at fictional […]