Paul B Edwards
Paul F Taylor
Paul Harry Allen
Paul T Eyres
Peter Buckley Hill
Peter von Natzmer
Piff The Magic Dragon
Priorite A Gauche
Self-styled rock and roll poet Edwards has a real hotch-potch of an act, in terms of both style and quality of material. He's at his best with the comic songs lamenting his lost punk youth that form the backbone of his act, but these are fleshed out with some more traditional stand-up stuff - parts of which are very strong and parts of which (most notably a painful sequence of quickfire puns) verge on the embarassing. Still, see him for the songs alone, he's worth it.
|Date of review: Feb 2001|
Wednesday 0th Feb, '01-
He's nothing special. He's all ego and no substance.
Thoroughly enjoyed his set last night at Maidstone's Walnut Tree. Paul kept the audience with him throughout his 35 min performance and has become a very popular regular at this club. Cheers mate.
Saw him in Galway, he was rubbish
Shocking, Saw him at the Leeds festival and dont really know what to say. Really hit low when he sang a song about a "cow-poke." Did try to fit in with us "kids" though by promising one idiot at the front a joint everytime he came out...never did appear though.
Paul has great laid back, confident and original style. His songs are great and his gags delivered with astute timing.
Saw him headlining and was very underwhelmed with his lowest-of-the-lowest common denominator humour. He barely managed a quarter of an hour on a night when all the other acts had stormed. The compere had to do 20 minutes at the end to make up for him. He is probably most appreciated by pissed up Jongleurs crowds.
A refreshingly light-hearted giggle.
I saw him at Reading Festival and he was absolutely brilliant. Very witty and a delight
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