Comedy Reviews Archive

  • So we enter the theatre to see the opening night of the returning ‘Spamalot’ a lovingly ripped off version of Monty Python and the Holy Grail. I am more than […] 0

    Review: Spamalot

    So we enter the theatre to see the opening night of the returning ‘Spamalot’ a lovingly ripped off version of Monty Python and the Holy Grail. I am more than […]

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  • I can’t help but be excited about tonight, the veneer of a reviewers impartiality is falling apart like a wet cake at the thought of seeing Dylan Moran’s new show […] 0

    Review: Dylan Moran

    I can’t help but be excited about tonight, the veneer of a reviewers impartiality is falling apart like a wet cake at the thought of seeing Dylan Moran’s new show […]

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  • One man stood in front of 1500 people armed with nothing but a microphone, yet there was not even a sense of fragility or nervousness; Stewart Lee displayed a complete […] 0

    Review: Stewart Lee – Royal Concert Hall

    One man stood in front of 1500 people armed with nothing but a microphone, yet there was not even a sense of fragility or nervousness; Stewart Lee displayed a complete […]

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  • The first time that I saw Richard Herring live was in the mid-90s, with Stewart Lee, touring their TV programme Fist of Fun. The first 10-15 minutes of the show […] 0

    Review: Richard Herring – Glee Club – 26 January 2015

    The first time that I saw Richard Herring live was in the mid-90s, with Stewart Lee, touring their TV programme Fist of Fun. The first 10-15 minutes of the show […]

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  • Let me start off by saying that I will be buying this show on DVD when it comes out as Mr Djalili in true fashion kept providing belly laugh after […] 0

    Omid Djalili – Iranalamadingdong!

    Let me start off by saying that I will be buying this show on DVD when it comes out as Mr Djalili in true fashion kept providing belly laugh after […]

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  • On paper an evening with Noel Fielding held promise of a zany, silly, reality bending affair; and of course on these facets it didn’t disappoint. A lifeless The Moon oversaw […] 0

    Review: Noel Fielding – Royal Concert Hall

    On paper an evening with Noel Fielding held promise of a zany, silly, reality bending affair; and of course on these facets it didn’t disappoint. A lifeless The Moon oversaw […]

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  • Comedy and magic are unusual bedfellows however; Lee Mack with his sidekick Mike Gunn combined both aspects very well. Mack’s new hotly anticipated routine certainly didn’t disappoint, and neither did […] 0

    Review: Lee Mack – Royal Concert Hall

    Comedy and magic are unusual bedfellows however; Lee Mack with his sidekick Mike Gunn combined both aspects very well. Mack’s new hotly anticipated routine certainly didn’t disappoint, and neither did […]

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  • So, Jon Richardson Nidiot tour, some fancy comedian from London.  Originally born in Lancaster and about 4 foot tall, Jon is the everyday David fighting the Goliath that is life, […] 0

    Review – Jon Richardson – Royal Concert Hall

    So, Jon Richardson Nidiot tour, some fancy comedian from London.  Originally born in Lancaster and about 4 foot tall, Jon is the everyday David fighting the Goliath that is life, […]

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  • Dawn is well known for a variety of popular comedy shows on TV, in particular The Vicar of Dibley and her work with Jennifer Saunders, so the expectation for her […] 0

    Review: Dawn French – Royal Concert Hall

    Dawn is well known for a variety of popular comedy shows on TV, in particular The Vicar of Dibley and her work with Jennifer Saunders, so the expectation for her […]

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  • Introducing himself as the support act, Paul Foot appears on stage in a characteristically eccentric get-up, complete with mullet and baby fringe. The audience are won over in an instant. He begins by presenting to the audience with […] 0

    Review: Paul Foot – Just the Tonic – 29 November 2013

    Introducing himself as the support act, Paul Foot appears on stage in a characteristically eccentric get-up, complete with mullet and baby fringe. The audience are won over in an instant. He begins by presenting to the audience with […]

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