BBC Stand up show live! Reviews
Newest Review: ... about cocks). I was especially pleased to see this material from his last hit Edinburgh show ‘ménage ŕ un,’ which was based around his still-unsatiated desire to have a threesome and the sad reality of his lonely nights on tour, as I didn’t see the show last year, though the great people at gofasterstripe.com will certainly be releasing the DVD any month now. Richard’s material received a fairly lukewarm response from the young and admittedly laddish crowd, who may still have been feeling annoyed about the lack of cameras to record their faces drinking beer, but it’s clear that his initial worries about returning to stand-up are long... more
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by - written on 05/08/07 (Very useful, 235 readings)
Despite its title, there are no cameras recording the comedians’ performances nor the witty hecklings of audience members at this nightly show, I should get that out of the way at the start. Rather, the ‘BBC Stand Up Show Live!’ is a finely picked batch of comedians playing fifteen-minute sets interspersed with comments and edited material from the compere, who is usually their friend. The first night, and all Wednesdays this month, the show is hosted by Josie Long, who largely told material from her solo show that I’d already seen earlier that day, though the four major acts had the liberty of trying new material or relying on their own greatest hits for guaranteed ... Read the complete review
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