james Corden

TV Review: The Wrong Mans, BBC2

James Corden has certainly had a rollercoaster of a career in recent years. He has gone from award-winning hero in Gavin & Stacey to zero in his sketch show with Mathew Horne and then back to award-winning hero again with his acclaimed stage performance in One Man Two Guvnors in London and on Broadway. By the law of averages he should be due for another flop. But it doesn't look like backlash number two is going to happen with six-part comedy thriller The Wrong Mans, which he co-created and co-stars in.

Review: Reggie Watts, Royal Festival Hall

How do you write about someone who defies description? Is Reggie Watts a comedian? He certainly doesn't conform to any stand-up template I'm familiar with. Is he a singer? This gig, part of Yoko Ono's Meltdown Festival, was a terrific showcase for his voice. What does he want to be? After his 75 minute set I'm still not absolutely sure. What I am sure about though is that his show was an absolute blast. Funny, soulful and deafeningly loud. At one noisy point I was almost literally blown away.


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