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Comedy 2004 Archives - Page 2 of 9 - One4Review

Dara O’Briain

August 8, 2004 |

Dara O’Briain is certainly not the smallest comedian on the comedy circuit, and he is certainly not the smallest in talent either.

He is a genuinely funny man who knows how to play his audience as a virtuoso plays their … Read More

Ed Byrne: Me Again

August 8, 2004 |

Ed Byrne is back where he belongs. Ok it was good to see him in a play on the Fringe last year and we have seen him on TV in both adverts and a sitcom.

I think however that Ed … Read More

Beyond A Joke

August 8, 2004 |

The history of Cambridge Footlights has alumni that features many a star and each year there is an aspiring new generation of Stephen Frys and Emma Thomsons.

I have been watching them for a few years myself, some better than … Read More

Best of Irish Comedy

August 8, 2004 |

The best of Irish follows the time-honored practice of a M.C. and a couple of acts Time honored maybe, but the practice works so why even think about changing it?

Our M.C. was Michael Moore, very distinguishable by his luxuriant … Read More

BBC Stand Up Show Live!

August 8, 2004 |

The BBC Stand Up Show is always as good value for money as it can be, with Auntie able to attract the cream of comic talent to sustain the ever hungry for more monster that is getting bigger each Fringe.

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Barry Cryer and Ronnie Golden – Men in Beige

August 8, 2004 |

Following hard on the heels of last years success, Barry Cryer and Ronnie Golden return for another helping of those Men in Beige.

They mix comedy with comic songs mostly based on their, and others, advancing years and the packed … Read More

Barbara The Vampire Slayer

August 8, 2004 |

Barbara is an ordinary housewife with a family of five kids. It’s ok for her to make us laugh but please don’t let her laugh, as in her own words we might unleash a flood. If her entry isn’t spectacular … Read More

Bangers and Slash

August 8, 2004 |

Bangers and Slash conceived as part of the girls A-Level work, received by such acclaim they brought it to the Fringe.

Emily Houghton, Sophia Minden and Harriet Webb play three women who destroy the men in their lives. The motives … Read More

Angel of the North

August 8, 2004 |

Its actually quite pleasant and relaxing to see a comedian whose show is not an all out assault for laughs. Marian Pashley is the self-professed ‘Angel of the North’, her nose was a little put out of joint by the … Read More

Andy Parsons: Eat My Satire!

August 8, 2004 |

Why did I pick this show? Honestly it was initially to fill in a gap in the schedule, I usually leave potentially political stuff to Geoff. I actually had quite a good time although I’m sure some of the politics … Read More