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Comedy 2005 Archives - Page 2 of 10 - One4Review

Paul Kerensa’s 26

August 8, 2005 |

I first became aware of Paul a few years ago when he wrote and starred in the excellent play Spinning Jenny so I was keen to see what his inventive mind had come up with for his stand-up show entitled … Read More

Pam Ann: Flyinghigh

August 8, 2005 |

Australian Pam Ann has produced a stylish and razor sharp blend of humour for our enjoyment. She plays the role of the air hostess the prospective traveller would not want to meet for real.

The opening consists of a hilarious … Read More

The Oxford Revue

August 8, 2005 |

I have been attending the Oxford Revue Fringe Shows for a number of years, some I’ve hated, some I’ve loved others, like this years offering is up with the best.

The talented group of students have written and perform their … Read More

The Oxford Imps

August 8, 2005 |

There seems to be an awful lot of impro comedy on the Fringe this year, could be it is making a comeback? Now impro can be very god and when it is it’s one of my favourite comedy mediums, but … Read More

Owen O’Neill: Chasing My Tail

August 8, 2005 |

I have only seen Owen O’Neill in straight plays, ‘Twelve Angry Men’ and ‘One flew over theCuckoos Nest’, Geoff has seen him as either compere of a best of Irish or doing a 15 min slot. I decided it was … Read More

Omid Djalili – No Agenda

August 8, 2005 |

What would a Hollywood ‘Actor’ who has been in a TV sitcom with the amazing Woopie Goldberg be doing in Edinburgh In August?

Why performing stand-up comedy at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival!

This is what the multi talented Omid Djalili … Read More

Not the Footlights

August 8, 2005 |

I must admit I hadn’t expected too much prior to visiting this show, Northern Youth Theatre appearing to cash in on taking the mickey out of Cambridge Footlights at best I’d expected.

I was wrong, quite wrong. What was served … Read More

Noel Faulkner: Shake, Rattle & Noel

August 8, 2005 |

Why I choose some Fringe shows I can’t always remember, this was one of these shows. I hadn’t realised Noel Faulkner has a mild form of Tourettes. Actually I wasn’t sure who Noel actually was.

Having spent an hour listening … Read More

Newsrevue 24/7

August 8, 2005 |

Newsrevue holds the Guinness World Record for the longest running live comedy and it is not hard to understand why. I have been attending their shows in Edinburgh for at least ten years and it is always one of the … Read More

Monty Python’s Flying Circus

August 8, 2005 |

Tremendous from the first “It’s” to the very cheeky finale. I must admit to being a Python fan since the first TV airing of the original Pythons over three decades ago. Therefore to impress me, the standard would have to … Read More