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Comedy 2007 Archives - Page 16 of 16 - One4Review

The Queef of Terence

August 8, 2007 |

What can I say about the Queef of Terence? It seemed a good idea at the time. There is no doubt about the quality of the three performers but I felt most of their material let them down. The … Read More

Terry Saunders  –       Missed Connections

August 8, 2007 |

Saunders’ show’s mix of stand up and storytelling examines the missed connections ads where strangers can post a description of a person they fancied on sight in the vague hope that they might see the ad and respond to … Read More

Best Western

August 8, 2007 |

Rich Hall is probably best known for his stand-up comedy but over the past few years he has written directed and starred in several plays, this years offering is "Best Western". Rich seems to almost to romanticise the old … Read More

Jackie Loeb – Things I Can’t Talk About  

August 8, 2007 |

Jackie Loeb is a self-styled Jewish lady from Sydney. She is a bit of an enigma to me in as much that she has so much potential talent but never seems to realise her potential. At times she comes … Read More

Micky Flanagan – What Chance Change 

August 8, 2007 |

Geoff first saw Micky Flanagan some time ago with Nina Conti as they shared a show. This is Micky’s first full Fringe show, it describes his life so far, from school, to becoming a porter at Billingsgate Fish Market, … Read More

The Runaway Lovers

August 8, 2007 |

This five strong troupe are yet another performing a sketch show in the Baby Grand. Okay comedy is personal but their material, although well presented did little for me. Unlike others in the same space they didn’t, for me … Read More

Wil Hodgson – Straight Outta Chippenham

August 8, 2007 |

If you’d asked me what material Will Hodgson would begin his set with I certainly wouldn’t have suggested the various merits of My Little Pony.  To see a pink-mohawked punk standing on stage relating his fondness for Care Bears … Read More