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I'm going to see him do stand-up tonight, what degree of hilarity should I be prepared for?
do one of the warmup shows and he was on for like 2 hours. he is amazing. yay
of hilarity, I seen him last year in Northampton he was brilliant!
best stand-up ever' tour still? it's really amusing - which is what you want really isn't it. enjoy!
but i do! :(
but no one else wants to...:(
I'm going to see him in Burnley a week on Thursday. I was supposed to be going with a friend, but they've got a work placement all next week, so I'm having to go on my own. Can't wait.
i love him now
IF YOU HAVE NOT ALREADY
I think his first one was about £4 on Amazon or Play recently.
he has put on a little bit of weight.
Though funny-ness compensates for this.
was right up high.
the carphone warehouse bit was especially LOLsome
the support was okay as far as musical country & western comedy probably goes.
"PS..." bit, that was my favoutite
that was brilliant
and his realisation about playing pestival
its only £5 and really good, he goes so far beyond the line
that after a while you're going with him enough that he can do that for ages and everyone's engrossed, and stuff like just wandering off around the venue ("ten feet back from the stage and there are people in the front row who can't be bothered to turn round")
I saw him in my local venue The Shed which is a village hall not long ago. It only holds like 100 odd people he was on for ages and was just well amazing.
he was in Glasgow and it was absolutely hilarious. I'm very jealous.
the first time I heard the Diana memorial joke I was in hysterics..
I'm getting a ticket now, although it'll probably be standing. Should be well worth it, sounds like more great stuff, even if I am going on my own.