Ben Elton - The Musical
The Black Sheep
Breakfast Bedlam, Live!
Cambridge Medics Revue
DJ Danny - Music Therapy
Dutch Elm Conservatoire in Prison
Ed Byrne - Standing Up and Falling Down
Gary Le Strange - Beef Scarecrow
Janey Godley & Ashley Storrie
Jim Henson's Puppet Improv - Adults Only
Michael Piper - Best Newcomer
My Brother and I Are Porn Stars
Penny Spubb's Prawn Free
Simon Munnery's AGM
This Is So Not About The Simpsons
We Are Klang
'Comedy Blue' the show is called and believe me unless you've spent the last hour on public transport you will not hear more profanity than in this show. Unashamedly un-politically correct and not afraid to say f*ck when sh*t would do this is a somewhat over the top swear fest which is occasionally just a little too much. Wilmot delivers more gags per minute than any other comedian on the circuit and his show is as entertaining as it is occasionally shocking. Joined by two different guests each night who are also not afraid to push the boundaries of taste and decency until they squeal, this is a great late night show which is just right for the boozy crowd it attracts.
Hecklers are inevitable and are dealt with in the brusque manner you might expect from these top comedians. Rich Hall dealt with them masterfully barely swearing at all but Wilmot was a little more annoyed at interruptions and rather than clever retorts resorted to abuse. This is a great foray into the dark, nasty side of comedy and long may it have it's own show, perhaps then a few more comedians would realise that swearing has it's place, but not as a substitution for great comedy writing and performing.
Do you kiss your mother with that mouth?