Posts Tagged ‘comedy’
With the news that Community has been renewed for a fifth season, Emma looks at it and other shows that should've quit while they were ahead.
Gervais returns to our screens with a comic yet sincere and heartfelt examination of the role elderly and disabled people play in society.
"Judd Apatow" might as well be code for "hugely successful modern mainstream comedy" such is the man's legacy. Emma Kelly gives us a countdown of his best ever moments.
So, Judd Apatow is to thank for all of this fresh female-friendly comedy? Maybe, says Deirdre McMahon, but there's a big difference in quality between Bridesmaids and Girls.
Dara O'Briain's brilliant new stand-up DVD 'Craic Dealer' is out... and we have a couple to give away. Here, catch!
The Rubberbandits favourite sandwich. Don't try this at home.
The idea is simple. Pick a legend. Make the pitch. Let you, the reader, decide if they get a place on the Ramp Legend Wall. Today, Conor Ross-Magahy nominates comedy legend Bill Hicks.
In 1995, independent filmmaker Tom DiCillo made an independent film about independent filmmakers making an independent film. The result was Living In Oblivion, and it is spectacular.
The Rubberbandits are packing for an Edinburgh run, but they want to douse you in the new stuff before they go.
ROC'K is back with an 11th installment. Claire Gleeson checks out what the fock he's up to this time.
Spend your life dreaming of the day you'll become a top comedy writer? Let Ramp.ie help by telling you how to get into the company producing the best comedy this world has ever seen - RTE.
Veep has all the makings of a brilliant comedy show with great writing and a funny cast, but somehow it's less than the sum of its parts.