A naturally gifted comic who can go all the way, Katie Mulgrew packs plenty of laughs into her debut What a delightful hour. From the moment she steps on stage, Katie Mulgrew emits friendliness and charm, and quickly gets into her stride with a few laugh-out-loud jokes – way to put a room at ease(…)
In their second show, The Pin nail sketch comedy with room to spare, and a massive pile of cherries on top Love these two. Alex Owen (left) and Ben Ashenden are a pair of ex-Footlighters who are on their second full-length show now, and it’s pretty immaculate. From the flair in their writing to the(…)
Musical show by Beatles obsessive Mitch Benn is interesting if fusty You can almost hear Mitch Benn’s offspring crying “oh GOD, Daaaaad, you’re SO embarrassing”, for here is a 43-year-old man acting out his rock star fantasies, performing rewritten Beatles songs as if he’s the fifth Beatle. Or in this case, the 37th Beatle, for(…)
Gentle stand-up, beautifully done, by Ivo Graham He really sneaks up on you does Ivo Graham. And I’m not talking about his skulking around in the undergrowth. The first impressions he gives are of a slight young lad whose is almost apologetic for being there and doesn’t want to take up too much of your(…)
A show that gets better as it goes along … Even before his show starts it’s difficult to know what to make of David Mills. Flyering outside the venue, full of bouncy patter in his smooth American accent and even smoother suit – “Hey kids, come on in!” – I wasn’t sure if we were(…)
I thought contentment was supposed to be the death of comedy. Having something to kick against is the starting point for virtually all comics, whether it’s remote controls or theistic beings. Henry Paker has achieved domestic bliss having got engaged and nailed co-habitation in comfortable west London.