Adam Bloom: Look At Me, Anybody! Reviews
Description:Pleasance Courtyard / 60 The Pleasance / Edinburgh. 03 Aug 2007 - 27 Aug 2007. / The multi award-winning star of BBC ... more
Newest Review: ... attempt by the comedian to write more proper jokes, a concern of many comedians this year it seems, while also making sure to include a couple of instances of the word ‘poo’ for long-time fans. An underlying theme of Adam’s show is his attempt at anger management, which it soon becomes obvious he hasn’t succeeded in partly due to the incompetence of his short-tempered anger management ... more
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by - written on 11/08/07 (Very useful, 301 readings)
Some see Adam Bloom as the Josie Long of the late 90s, his material being based primarily around the re-telling of amusing events from his recent life and when criticised for not being a proper comedian, attracting the defence of fans who claim he is ‘so nice in real life.’ Winning a couple of prestigious awards in 1998, and being nominated for, but ultimately failing to win the coveted Stella Artois award in 1999, Adam has remained a firm presence in the comedy world, producing a forgettable radio show ‘The Problem with Adam Bloom’ for a few series and having a single stand-up routine about Fanta repeated endlessly on the Paramount Comedy channels to the point of ... Read the complete review
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