Kandi Kane Baxter
Kevin Bloody Wilson
Monday 1st Mar, '04-
Show - Edinburgh Fringe 2006 -
Seen this guy a few times and I always like him but never love 'im. Some of the twisted logic gags've been done before and a lot of the routines kinda meander about without any punch. Still funny though.
Dunno about this review, Kevin was kind enough to fit his act into a criminally short 20 minutes for us, and kept the laughter rates at a ridiculously high level. Nice one liners to start with, followed by some well written, absurd stories. Very popular up here, I'll be booking him in for a longer slot.
Oh dear. He inadvertanly does a Harry Hill impression. What are the chances of that happening...?
I saw Kevin do an m.c. job and he did it very well. He succeeded in engaging the audience really well, and being just as funny if not funnier than the comedians he presented. I'd want to see him again.
A very lazy comic. You'd want him sitting at your table down the pub, but on stage it seems that he can't be bothered.
Great gags, superb stories, and brilliant banter with the audience
Soulless? Very likeable laddy charm. Some good jokes and an ability to energise a room. Has gone down very well on each of the 7 or 8 times I've seen him.
A warm and likeable stage persona backed up by some nice material. A set peppered with some lovely lines has grown markedly stronger over the last few months, particularly with the addition of more personal material. The section on his experiences as a new father is an undoubted highlight
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