All BCG Features Page 174

Colin Hoult review

Monday 15th August 2011

This show offers an exquisite series of character portraits, but there are simply not enough laughs to qualify as a comedy show.

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Robin Ince review

Monday 15th August 2011

This is everything the Fringe should be. A tiny, stuffed, sweaty, un-soundproofed room where one of our most interesting working stand-ups can say whatever he damn well likes.

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Jollyboat review

Monday 15th August 2011

You know that a comedy show is brilliant when the time just seems to fly by and you leave hungry for more. This describes musical duo Jollyboat's show.

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Ava Vidal review

Monday 15th August 2011

Ada Vidal talks about subjects including race and prejudice, subjects she has covered many times previously.

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Mike Newall review

Monday 15th August 2011

Some of Newall's jokes hit the spot straight away, but certain tangential elements of the show make it feel quite disjointed.

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Bad Bread review

Monday 15th August 2011

Bad Bread is a wonderfully funny show with three excellent comedians which telly addicts will go absolutely mad for.

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Sammy J & Randy review

Monday 15th August 2011

A wild, silly, slickly performed romp that will delight anyone who has ever watched children's TV, liked Avenue Q, or committed tax fraud.

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Henry Paker review

Sunday 14th August 2011

Cabin Fever does get off to a rather sedate start, but for the most part this is a hugely entertaining show.

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Dr Brown review

Sunday 14th August 2011

Doctor Brown certainly has balls, as you will no doubt see, and his interaction with the audience is very bold.

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