Norman Lovett's Slide Show Reviews
Description:Pleasance Courtyard / 60 The Pleasance / Edinburgh. 03 Aug 2007 - 27 Aug 2007. 'If you only go to one show at this ... more
Norman Lovett's Slide Show ... year's fringe, then don't bother coming to mine you tight gits! Seriously, it'll be funny!' Norman: 'exquisite stand-up comedy' Guardian, 'a natural-born comic' (Edinburgh Evening News) / The Pleasance Courtyard (located at 60 Pleasance) has over 300,000 visitors, fourteen venues, six bars, three cafes and every kind of entertainment under the sun. It's little wonder that for many people the Pleasance is the Fringe. 'The best of all possible worlds' The Observer.
Newest Review: ... I can remember was him displaying a long plastic bag and saying something about houses using them to do poos in. This year’s show, which has been performed before earlier in the year around England, is quite different, and is essentially and honestly billed as Norman Lovett going through some slides and talking about them. Fortunately for all, it’s not simply his holiday snaps from Tenerife ... more
Customer Norman Lovett's Slide Show Reviews (1)
by - written on 07/08/07 (Very useful, 130 readings)
It’s no sign of independence that Norman “Holly” Lovett even refers to his role in Red Dwarf within his solo show, the polar opposite of the ‘I have done other things’ attitude so ineffectually taken by Leonard “I Am Mr. Spock And Nothing Else” Nimoy since the seventies. Norman had developed his miserable, dead-pan stand-up persona before being cast in Rob Grant and Doug Naylor’s sit-com as the ship’s irascible cockney computer, but he admits that most of his work since has consisted of travelling around the country to science fiction conventions to make some money off the back of this character, and meet his interesting and unusually dressed fans. That’s not to say that Read the complete review
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