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Feta With The Queen, The Camden Head – Review

Katerina Vrana Presented by Angel Comedy ★★★★★ Pros: Stand Up doesn’t get better than this. Intelligent content; expertly crafted humour; deliciously responsive audience dynamic and performance skill so good it actually hurts a little bit.Cons: Guilt. She’s not charging for this show. Verdict: I’ve seen a *lot* of stand-up comedy and Vrana’s set is one of the cleverest, funniest most skilfully delivered shows I’ve seen, ever. Courtesy of Angel Comedy Katerina Vrana’s stand up comedy set, Feta with the Queen, ...

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Camden Fringe: It’s All Geek to Me, The Camden Head

Part of the Camden Fringe 2013 Pete Dillon-Trenchard ★★★★ Pros: Laugh-out loud funny with both niche and more accessible humour. Pete Dillon-Trenchard handles his audience beautifully. Cons: One can get a little lost if you’re not a geek of a certain brand, but as the show says, let the geek references wash over you – you’ll still laugh at most things. Our Verdict: Whether you’ve sat through a Star Wars Marathon ten times or whether you haven’t read a comic ...

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Camden Fringe: Is Monogamy Dead?, The Camden Head

Part of the Camden Fringe 2013Written and performed by Rosie Wilby★★★★ Pros: Rosie’s very natural, relaxed and inclusive style of stand up and intelligent, piquant material provides continuous laughs throughout. Lots of variety in the approach keeps the pace and the interest up. Cons: I’m not sure who was seated in the front row to my left, but I felt the show was almost exclusively for them. It would have been nice to see Rosie spread her eye contact around ...

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Erich McElroy is Presidential, Slug and Lettuce Southbank

Written and Performed by Erich McElroy★★★ Pros: Crammed with interesting facts, amusing comparisons and bawdy humour. Very well woven together. Cons: Light on his own content while relying too heavily on asides about the media. Our Verdict: An entertaining show which will have you smirking and sighing at the insanity of American politics. Courtesy of Erich McElroy It’s a warm summer evening so sitting in a basement of a Slug and Lettuce bar doesn’t feel that appealing – until Erich ...

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