Dougie Dunlop – Original Review | Review by Steve Bennett

Dougie Dunlop – Original Review

Note: This review is from 2002

Review by Steve Bennett

An affable Scot, Dunlop regales audiences with reliably amusing anecdotes about his new life in one of London's less salubrious corners - and his last one living with an aged grandmother.

Some of these home truths may be on the verges of good taste, but the gags are strong enough for this barely to be an issue.

It's all good, solid stuff - nothing historic, but jolly enough - and told with the skill of a seasoned raconteur.

Review date: 25 Oct 2002
Reviewed by: Steve Bennett

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