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Comedy 2006 Archives - Page 2 of 14 - One4Review

Over The Hill

August 8, 2006 |

Matt Byrne’s one man show in homage to Benny Hill is no doubt sincere and accurate but the comedy is weak and the jokes fall flat. I found the use of numerous music clips annoying and some out of … Read More

Tricks I Have Learned Since Being On Telly

August 8, 2006 |

Kevin McMahon, a first time performer on the Fringe, presents a humorous blend of comedy and magic. He opens as himself as the warm up for a variety of different characters who have their own style of magic. There … Read More

Andrew Maxwell – Round Twilight

August 8, 2006 |

Andrew Maxwell, The King of Comedy, is another off that endless conveyor belt that is Southern Ireland, but unlike his manic fellow countryman Jason Byrne, Maxwell is almost so laid back in his approach, he is almost horizontal. That … Read More

Karen Dunbar

August 8, 2006 |

Karen Dunbar is a huge comedy talent in Scotland with numerous TV credits as both a comic and a comedy actress and although I was well aware of her from this, it was the first time I had ever … Read More

Kirsten O’Brien & Ruth Bratt  –  Lesley’s Lunch Hour

August 8, 2006 |

Kirsten O’Brien & Ruth Bratt  –  Lesley’s Lunch Hour CBBC’s Kirsten O’Brien and Kellog’s girl Ruth Bratt perform this lunchtime sketch show daily in the Pleasance Attic. I had first seen them work together in the 4 Queens Poker … Read More

Breakfast Bedlam, Live!

August 8, 2006 |

I found this a confusing how, even from entering the venue. This play obviously draws its inspiration from Ministry of Mayhem, SMTV Live etc as high energy Saturday Morning kids show. We have jealousy between the two main presenters, … Read More

Gordon Southern  –  The Solutions

August 8, 2006 |

Gordon Southern  –  The Solutions I must admit to not have heard of Gordon Southern before this years Fringe, and initially he wasn’t originally on my list, but having seen him on Lunch Box Live and the BBC Stand … Read More

Mount Rushmore’s Babes

August 8, 2006 |

Mount Rushmore’s Babes are Anna Neill, Harriet Fisher, Catrin Jones and Lydia Outhwaite who met at Loughborough University and set themselves a challenge of creating a cabaret style sketch show for this years Fringe. Well they achieved their goal … Read More

Stephen K Amos & Guests: It Just Might Happen

August 8, 2006 |

With Stephen K Amos as compere of a chat show almost anything could happen. We saw a filmed introduction to the show in which he displays a flavor of the Fringe, followed by recordings of him inviting various celebrities … Read More