Kitson's latest National Theatre show is a technical feat-cum-therapy session, with little in it for the audience
Slapstick and melancholic reflection is an unusual combo, but it works, writes Will Gore
It's the big 5 stars for Bill Burr, who is now up there with Louis CK and Patrice O'Neal as a giant in American stand-up, says Sam Charles
Baddiel's comeback show is unfortunately too much of a humblebrag to be truly funny, says Sam Charles
Here's Katerina Vrana, hair like an exploding volcano, to wrestle with Greek and English stereotypes. How does she get on …?