Richard Herring - Oh f**ck, I'm 40! Reviews
Newest Review: ... profession, talking about genitals and yoghurt when he should have been marrying and spawning little minnows (that was a sort of fish joke, because of his name). It can’t have helped that his erstwhile double act partner Stewart Lee has secretly married and had a son since his last appearance at the festival, while Richard has spent the year exhaustively touring his last show in which he invites any girls in the audience to have a threesome with him afterwards. A whole year later and another need still unfulfilled. Richard Herring’s stand-up continues to improve all the time, since his return to solo performances several years ago. Des... more
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by - written on 08/08/07, updated on 08/08/07 (Very useful, 277 readings)
Richard Herring finally understands the meaning of the phrase ‘over the hill.’ As he explains in his new show, which fuses comedy with serious depression, people spend four decades running up the hill, eager to get to the top, only to see that the other side is a steep and treacherous icy wasteland leading to inevitable death. As he looks back towards all the young people and missed opportunities he was too busy to notice on his climb, he is manhandled into a toboggan and sent hurtling towards his grave, still clutching in his hand a browning clump of grass from his attempt to remain behind with people of his own imagined age. For Richard, this handful of ... Read the complete review
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