Julian Barratt

Queen of discomfort Julia Davis reigns again in Sally4Ever

By Roxanne Sancto

This pitch-black relationship comedy is one of the year’s most excruciatingly awkward – and best – viewing experiences.

Brakes

By Sarah Gosling

Julian Barratt and Noel Fielding head up this dark improv-based comedy from fist-time director Mercedes Grower.

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Julian Barratt and Simon Farnaby reveal their comedy heroes

By Little White Lies

The writer-stars of Mindhorn interview each other about their comic influences.

Mindhorn

By Adam Woodward

Julian Barratt gives the finest comedy performance of his career in this hilarious caper.

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Watch the gloriously silly first trailer for Mindhorn

By John Wadsworth

Julian Barratt plays a washed-up TV actor in this brilliant new comedy.

Mindhorn – first look review

By David Jenkins

All hail Julian Barratt, star of this exceptional – and exceptionally silly – British character comedy.

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