Van Morrison, Woodstock, NY, 1969. Moondance album cover shot. Photograph: Elliott Landy/LandyVision Inc.

(...) mean, it was more local than British. I loved all the British comedy programmes when I was a kid and(...)

As with Kafka, what gives the fable its power is a combination of a religio-comic vision that sees seeking as spiritually essential but laughably futile and a fastidious style that enhances the comedy by deadpan delivery, the craziness by matter-of-fact logic and both by ridiculously prosaic detail

(...) style that enhances the comedy by deadpan delivery, the craziness by matter-of-fact logic and both by(...)

(...) fall apart. So much British comedy is about class. But, after the First World War, the caste(...)

Eoghan MacNamara, also known as Gugai, is the booker, promoter and co-owner of the Róisín Dubh in Galway. Photograph: Boyd Challenger

(...) itself a stalwart of the comedy circuit with Stewart Lee, Phill Jupitus and Rich Hall making regular(...)

(...) my having a mind of my own must only have been a source of darling comedy, this alignment of the(...)

(...) recent novel, Toploader, was a black comedy about drone warfare (...)

(...) comedy about the human detritus left behind on a decaying grand estate in the wake of the failed(...)

The Charlie Chaplin Comedy Film Festival takes place in Waterville Co Kerry from Friday until(...)

Charlotte Rampling and Tom Courtenay in ‘45 Years’, a quietly devastating drama that lingers long after the final credits have rolled 10:00

(...) wrote and directed for HBO. The comedy-drama, which chronicled the lives of three gay men in San(...)

(...)-brow comedy has become drenched in vomit and ordure. There is some of that here – Christina Applegate(...)