AAA Stand-Up - One4Review
The Pleasance Cellar is not the biggest space on the Fringe, but when full, and it was, has loads of atmosphere and the feel of a comedy club, so could be seen as an ideal venue for three up and coming comedians to play their first Edinburgh.
The compere for the night was Sally Ann Hayward, who did a good job of warming up the audience, chatting with them and setting the scene for her colleagues Sally had some funny material, generally from a somewhat from a female perspective.
South African Martin Evans strenuously denied he looked like Jack Osbourne, although he certainly does. I really enjoyed his set he had some good ideas and he worked the room well.
Pete Cain was the final act and he sold himself well. His material was a lot darker than the other two, with one or two radical ideas about the population explosion and how to cope with it, and like Sally and Martin previously I’d like to see a longer set.
Three immerging talented comedians, who deserve more recognition, and hopefully this won’t be too long in coming.