Oh dear, the audience numbers were really low. I can only assume this was due to all the comedy last week and everyone having over-dosed on comedy.
Saying all that, the comedy was top notch. Jack Samuel Warner was a revelation
A great act. With him now married, he has a wealth of material about the ups and down of marriage. Very, very funny
Jack Samuel Warner
He was the revelation of the night. His style is similar to that other great and underappreciated UK comic, Trevor Lock. Jack made everyday mundane tales becoming increasingly surreal and laugh out loud with his circular story telling. To give an example “I was washing my face the other day with Dove soap. It wasn’t Dove soap it was an actual dove, I mean a pigeon. There were feathers everywhere”
To create a comedy act out circular story telling is so difficult and to make it funny is pure genius. With Jack Samuel Warner, everyone was praising him after the show – he was both unique and incredibly funny
I found Aaron to be very funny and if he developes this act, he could be big. He is a loud and energetic camp comic. His tales of always being invited to Hen Parties and some of the outrageous behaviour that ensues was hilarious.
I enjoyed this act. He was laid back and a complete contrast to Aaron who went on before him. He chatted to the audience and had some nice gags about the various gigs he has compered. One to watch out for.