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Comedy 2004 Archives - Page 3 of 9 - One4Review

An Audience with Dominguez

August 8, 2004 |

Dominguez the award winning TV star, pop idol and Latin lover has deigned to grace a local hotel with his presence. Along with his guitar playing Bodyguard and his nephew, Dominguez at long last grants his fans the opportunity to … Read More

Amused Moose Comedy’s Hot Starlets

August 8, 2004 |

The Amused Moose Comedy Hot Starlets is in essence a show case for up and coming young stand up comedians and the line up changes frequently.

The time-honored format sees a compere, and five aspiring comics strutting their stuff for … Read More

All’s well that ends as you like it

August 8, 2004 |

One of Michael Green’s series ‘Four Plays for Coarse Actors’ designed to encourage actors to ‘unlearn’ their skills in order to present themselves as an imbecilic local group, this the company did with gusto much to the delight of … Read More

All You Need is Gloves

August 8, 2004 |

It has been a tradition for sometime that the St. Georges Medics Revue, a group of medical students play a very short season during the Fringe and I have made it a tradition of mine to attend.

They … Read More

All Consuming

August 8, 2004 |

To be invited into someone’s personal life can be daunting, but to invite a room full of strangers into your own life night after night must be scary. Especially if you are a recovering alcoholic with the eating disorder … Read More

Adam Bloom – Entertaining the Thought

August 8, 2004 |

I have loved Adam Bloom for years and was delighted to see him back where he belongs, on stage during the Edinburgh Fringe. Having just seen him in a charity gig in April I wondered how much material would … Read More

(A)dult (B)oarding (C)entre

August 8, 2004 |

Alice, Bunny and Bronwyn have returned to Edinburgh and once again brought with them the dysfunctional staff and pupils of the (A)dult (B)oarding (C)entre.

This is essentially the same show that was on offer last year but  is as good if … Read More

The Ambassadors

August 8, 2004 |

The history of double acts shows us the egotistical conflicts, where the act suffers because of the personalities behind the couple. The dominant character often pushing the other into situations they would normally find unacceptable. This along with the different … Read More

Willy Russell and Tim Firth

August 8, 2004 |

I have loved Willy Russell’s writing for as long as I’ve been aware he was the author of ‘Blood Brothers’, ‘Educating Rita’ and ‘Shirley Valentine’. On the strength of this I went to see him as part of the Mersey … Read More

When Shakespeare’s Ladies Meet

August 8, 2004 |

An interpretation of what Katherine, Portia, Ophelia, Desdemona and Cleopatra would say to Juliet, after she confesses falling in love with Romeo.

We initially see the (Not-So-)Balcony Scene followed by each of the ladies receiving a letter from Juliet inviting … Read More