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Jeff Green

Note: This review is from 2000

Review by Steve Bennett

Jeff has always had an amiable, easy-going style that belies a very keen observational eye and some killer one-liners.

He has a charming knack of leading audiences to believe this is gentle, relaxed humour ­ yet the subject matter can be as crude as they come.

And there's no change to this winning formula at the Edinburgh shows.

Covering everything from pets' passports to his father's unnatural obsession with toilet paper, this experienced stand-up ambles from topic to topic, always with the audience in the palm of his hand.

The material meanders along, sometimes taking substantial detours, and frequently refers back to itself. But it's certainly an enjoyable trip and the hour zips by.

This is a hugely entertaining show by one of Britain's foremost stand-ups.

Review date: 1 Jan 2000
Reviewed by: Steve Bennett

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