Scottish Falsetto Sock Puppet Theatre
Simon B Cotter
Snorri Hergill Kristjansson
Special guest who cannot be named
Stephen K Amos
Steve N Allen
Original Review:A couple of years into her stand-up career, and thereís still little substance to Susan Hanksís breezily conversational set.
She opens with a bland take on the M&S Ďgastroporní ads, but most of her routine concerns the characters on the Tricolore tapes that a certain generation of schoolkids used to learn French. But if you didnít share this experience, her comments about how Pascal had a high-pitched voice or everyone lived in La Rochelle will be meaningless, exposing the limitations of her narrow observational comedy.
Itís pedestrian material, delivered just about engagingly enough.
|Date of review: Oct 2006|
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Learn to smile for god's sake. Miserable.
Totally shite. I won't waste my time offering any more info. Dull
Totally disagree! She is fantastic and one of the few comediennes who doesn't use constant swearing to mask cover up for crap jokes! The Tricolor lines are good even if you didn't have the books at school! It appears from your review that you have a fairly limited imagination!
Disagree with review. Seen her twice, stormed it both times.
I think the French tape stuff is really funny!
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