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Comedy 2008 Archives - Page 19 of 19 - One4Review

Plested and Brown in Health and Stacey

August 8, 2008 |

Clare Plested and Adam Brown are the intrepid duo who have been delivering excellent comedy shows over a number of years and having discovered them a year or two ago there is no chance of any of our review … Read More

Steve Williams : Ultimate Worrier 

August 8, 2008 |

It’s been years since I had seen Steve Williams perform as it usually requires prizing the reviewing ticket out of Sheila grasp, and having won the battle this year, I can understand why she is so loathe to give … Read More

Arnold Brown Presents Happiness

August 8, 2008 |

Arnold Brown is a joy. No gimmicks, no frills and, indeed, no swearing but what he has is immense stage presence and style. His measured, relaxed pacing and the quality of his material hold the attention of the audience … Read More

Elizabeth and Raleigh: Late but Live

August 8, 2008 |

Miles Jupp and Simon Munnery have not long finished a tour of ‘Johnston and Boswell: Late but Live’ written by Stewart Lee. Lee’s latest creation sees Munnery and Jupp as ‘Elizabeth and Raleigh: Late but Live’. Along with Sir … Read More

Jim Bowen – Look What You Could Have Won 

August 8, 2008 |

Jim Bowen very definitely belongs to the ‘old-school’ stable of comedians so in a way it’s interesting to see him at the Fringe, competing for an audience against some of the shiny comedy newcomers.  Due to ‘Bullseye’s’ epic run … Read More

Michael Fabbri – Dumbing Up

August 8, 2008 |

Being a self confessed twat, Michael Fabbri makes a pretty good job of doing stand up comedy. From an early age, he realised he was not the brightest spark, dyslexia didn’t help. He recounts some of his most embarrassing … Read More

Rick Shapiro – Wild Card 

August 8, 2008 |

Tonight I witnessed a rare event. A comedian who had a great opening and I am thinking what a natural, but, with 15 minutes to go, I wished he would just finish. A number of the audience took the … Read More

Vladimir McTavish:

August 8, 2008 |

Vladimir McTavish describes himself as looking like the love child of Rod Stewart and a West Highland white dog, I must admit I can see why. This Fringe he is sharing with us his top fifty Scots ever, going … Read More