Just look what ITV can do when the Saturday night schedules aren’t clogged up with Cowell’s creations! Yes, ‘a celebrity entertainment series with a comedy twist’. Sounds chilling, doesn’t it?
Moving swiftly on past the gruesome hosting duo of Alesha Dixon and Paddy McGuinness, we get to the fun bit of ‘Your Face Sounds Familiar’: celebrities performing as different musical icons week after week, getting marked on their performances by a panel including Emma Bunton and Julian Clary. Plucked from the same pile of ‘cheap, cheerful and up for a laugh’ C-listers are the competitors themselves. Alexander Armstrong. Denise Lewis. Bobby Davro. You get the idea.
So what stops this from being ‘Stars in their Eyes’ by another name? Well, the celebrities will pick who they imitate at random, giving them a week to prepare. A fiendish twist, we’re sure you’ll agree. It should bomb appallingly, of course, but then we thought the same about ‘Splash!’…
Institute of Psychoanalysis
A venue hosting screenings, talks and exhibitions delving into the practice of psychoanalysis.
Venue says: “Top psychiatrist Professor Sir Simon Wessely delivers our prestigious Ernest Jones Lecture on April 25 at UCL. Don't miss it!”