Katie Mulgrew – Original Review | Review by Steve Bennett

Katie Mulgrew – Original Review

Note: This review is from 2007

Review by Steve Bennett

A relative newcomer, Katie Mulgrew’s friendly technique triumphs over rather ordinary material. Her North-West bluntness is appealing and she has a seemingly limitless confidence as she effortlessly chivvies along the audience.

But her material – of repressed childhood, Disney princesses and tales from the classroom where she worked – doesn’t really stand out.

She also incorporates some dreadful one-liners worthy of any Christmas cracker, using her charm to try to celebrate their naffness. But there’s no disguising they truly are awful.

Review date: 3 Jul 2007
Reviewed by: Steve Bennett

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