Addy Van Der Borgh
An Audience With Peter
Angie Le Mar
Anthony J Brown
Saturday 0th Apr, '01-
This guy didn't make me laugh once.
An absolute joy. Ihaven't laughed so much in ages. By far the best act of the night
Hmmm, his act played on the comment that his name is White, but he is not. I would say observational humour is not this man s strong point. While Eddie Murphy, Richard Pryor and Paul Mooney etc have paved the way for modern day young bloods and minority based humour, there is a disturbing shadow of self hatred hovering over his own brand of stereotype based stand up. He comes across as the devil spawn love child of Bernard Manning and Uncle Tom. It is a shame the black and white minstrel show is gone. This bloke missed his calling.
A pleasure and a joy
The funniest and freshest comedian since Harry Hill. Saw him on Sunday at King Knuts in Peterborough, and he oozed comedy His press photo must be off an old school bus pass because his afro has grown out of control since he won The Weaklest Lin'. Highlight of his act was seeing him deal with an imaginary heckler (the mic gave 3 random feedback hisses during his set), but he worked into his routine so by the creating a new character 'the Peterborough poltergiest. Lovely stuff.
Fantastic, I haven't laughed so much in a long time. Really really enjoyable.
Andy's always been a good comedian, but now at the end of 2004 I must say he is without doubt one of the most enjoyable comics to watch perform. Laugh out loud funny from the start of his set right through to the end, with no dips whatsoever. Brilliant.
I thought he was amazing. A fresh look at comedy and an ever changing style really keeps the audience on their toes.