David E.J.A. Bennett breaks down the opening sequence of Will Sharpe’s dark and desperate masterpiece.
FEATURE: Turning Tragedy into Tee-Hees: Rebecca Sayce’s Top Comedies for Mental Health Awareness Month
Rebecca Sayce runs down her top picks of British comedy programmes to enjoy this Mental Health Awareness Month… because laughter IS the best medicine!
FEATURE: Capers’ Newby, Frankie Yates, Casts Her Insightful Eye Over Brit-com’s Dealings With the Mind…
Frankie Yates drops her first piece for Capers Magazine and its a corker!
REVIEW: Attack the Block (2011): Rebecca Sayce Takes It To The Streets of South London With Her Take On This Classic British Sci-fi Horror-com
Sayce on Attack the Block (2011)
FEATURE: The Meaninglessness of Verbosity: Meditations on The Deeper Meaning of Liff by John Lloyd and Douglas Adams (1983)
John Lloyd and Douglas Adams’ unnecessary and brilliant contribution to the English language.
Capers Magazine pays tribute to the marvellous Paul Ritter
REVIEW: David E.J.A. Bennett Wipes Up the Sticky Mess Left Behind by Adventures of a Taxi Driver (1976)
Directed by Stanley Long Breaking the fourth wall with this barrel of tits from 1976, as Joe North – played by Barry Evans from Mind Your Language – self-commentates his predatory escapades […]
Bennett on Kat & Kat’s ‘Lads’ Series 1
Our editor, David E.J.A. Bennett, takes a dive down into the concept of ‘capes’ in British comedy
Bottling It: Bottom S2, E2 – ‘Culture’: The Comedy Doctor gives her prognosis on the importance of boredom in this classic Bottom episode
Imagine the scene. You’re skint. There’s nothing to do. You only have one friend, and you live together. And you hate him. The bastards have taken the telly away, and you’re incapable […]