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Comedy 2008 Archives - Page 3 of 19 - One4Review

Neil Delamere: Creme Delamere 

August 8, 2008 |

I don’t know what it is about Ireland but it seems that there must be something in the water that helps in producing great comedians. There hardly seems to be a year that goes by that at least other … Read More

Rule of Three  –   Sketchual Healing

August 8, 2008 |

Sketch comedy is on the surface I suppose a fairly easy option for any group to perform. I said on the surface, because in my opinion if it is done well it seems easy, but if it isn’t for … Read More

Why We Ate Cliff Richard 

August 8, 2008 |

Jonathan Donahoe and Daniel Benoliel, aka The Roaring Boys take us on a sort of ‘Summer Holiday’! It is a journey to find and meet Cliff, not travel with him. On the way they miss the bus, are the … Read More

Chris Neal’s Got a Bun in the Oven

August 8, 2008 |

Chris Neill manages to do something in this show that benefits the male population as a whole. He disproves the theory that men can’t multi task!! Neill manages to deliver an hours worth of funny comedy yet also literally … Read More

A Guide To Sexual Misery

August 8, 2008 |

Carrying the heady claim of “Austria’s #1 comedy” the expectations are high for Wolfgang Weinberg’s Guide to Sexual Misery.  The first thing we learn, however, is that we should lower our expectations when it comes to sex.  Only then … Read More

Ladies in Waiting Brownie Re-Union

August 8, 2008 |

t is twenty five years since Brown Owl Valerie, Gareth Corke (!) got married accompanied by a round a dozen of her  girls as bridesmaids and she is holding a reunion in the old Brownie hut to celebrate the … Read More

Patrick Monahan Time Bandit 

August 8, 2008 |

I have been an admirer of Patrick Monaghan for quite a few years now ever since I saw him in a ‘best of’ so I always try to see him early on in the Fringe run. You see I … Read More

Sound & Fury’s ‘Cyranose’ 

August 8, 2008 |

Three brave Antipodeans strive to bring class and comedy to the masses at The Edinburgh Fringe Festival by presenting their adaptation of ‘Cyranose’. Immediately they terrify playgoers by coming amongst us to encourage audience participation. Faced with the shock … Read More