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| || |Gently recovering from a great night out. The acts were good fun as were the organisers. I expect those Russians went on to the Film Festival
Look forward to the next shows
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Yeah and fair play to the Florida guy for getting up on stage. He didn't tell any jokes per se just observations. But when he talked about the 'beings' hanging around Stauffacher tram stops, I could rally relate to that. If he could've spun that into a joke it'd have been comedy gold. And Bob Miils was dynamite. He did what no other comedian has done. He took a reality check. He questioned if non Brits in the audience knew British chocolate bars and realised that not everyone knew what he was referring to. Top drawer. But he said, now you can't make jokes about stereotypes, and then made fun of people from Newcastlet. From watching British comedy on TV it seems people from Norfolk are the only group of people you can aim at now.
I felt sorry for the first Canadian guy Wade, his material was good but the crowd wasn't hyped enough to get into the groove so it was either a UBS night out or Guy hadn't motivated us enough. The response to Guy's opening was quite subdued so t seemed that after a while he dropped his cleverer material for sure fire sex jokes which seemed to go down well ...... apart from the couple who walked out.
Felt sorry for the single guy at the front who was in between two couples, I hope he took advantage of the opportunity of the single girl who said she'd give him a shag. :-)
Cheers Guy for another great show.