Posts Tagged ‘comedy’

The Guardian is reporting that the health minister is pioneering a new form of politically inflected avant-garde comedy that seeks to subvert the Government and the NHS management’s credibility. A Situationist saboteur at the heart of government, enacting a detournement of the mediatic management of reality. Look out for Andrew’s own opinion unobtrusively expressed in […]



a joke

03Mar10

From Peter Serafinowicz’s Twitter: You have received a Media Message from Marshall McLuhan. Contents: blank



On Boredom

30Jan10

I’ve always thought that comedians often make the best cultural commentaries, exceeding our Adorno’s or Debord’s in fact of their concision. Recently, having moved to Dundee from London some months ago, I’ve been feeling incredibly bored. The realisation is that in this city there are, after around 8pm, two choices left to you: Sit in […]