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Ben Van Der Velde
Boy With Tape On His Face
Brian Damage & Krysstal
Monday 0th May, '01-
Right up my street, I loved his off-beat appearance and style, some comedians don't need to interact with the audience to own the stage, his ability to make you think you know what he is going to say next is fun in itself, even when I predicted correctly what the next line was going to be his delivery made sure that it was still funny.
Bruce Griffiths is hilarious. He's smart, surreal, clever and funny. He lets the strength of his brilliant funny one liners carry him completely. His ego takes a back seat to his intelligence and whimsy. A joy to watch. If you're looking for bells and whistles and pyrotechnics, he isn't going to satisfy you. But if you want intelligent, crafted and original one liners, he can't be beat. He's up there with Steven Wright and Emo Philips and Milton Jones as one of the finest writers of these brilliant little bubbles of ideas that are so hard to come by these days - and they just keep coming. It's quite remarkable to see someone with such an arsenal of these brilliant gems.
One of the funniest guys ever. I think he was brilliant
Jongleurs: Every set comprehensively hilarious, I don't think anyone with an ounce of sobriety would criticise his image or delivery! I have never been so suprised by a comic's ability to have everyone in stitches with no pause for mercy.
He is beyond shadow a of a doubt the funniest man on the planet. Laugh a minute? He's more like laugh a second.On Live At Jongleurs the guy was 110 per cent on form
I saw Brucie Baby at the Liars Bar on the Gold Coast, I thought he was hysterical and from my point of view the audience loved him. Great techniques and presentation used, his chosen content was put forth in style.
The funniest guy I have ever seen in my life on stage. I was crying with laughter most of the way through the performance. If you have this guy' s sense of humour then you'll be in stitches. Totally off the wall and very clever.
Awful, such a long 20 minutes. He has to have the most boring and monotonous set and voice ever. He was greeted with silence from start to finish with an audience of over 300. All the jokes (if you can call them that) are just too obvious. A poor man's Milton Jones.In short: Dull and painful