Chris Luby at Good Lord! It's The Raymond & Mr Timpkins Revue And Friends

Note: This review is from 2009

Review by Steve Bennett

Dressed in indeterminate military uniform, Chris Luby’s unique speciality is to re-enact the pomp of Trooping The Colour, the massed bands of the Grenadier Guards and a Spitfire being scrambled for the Battle Of Britain, using his voice alone.

It might be a limited party trick, unlikely to make him star, but it's served him well, as he’s still going strong more than 25 years after he was discovered by the legendary Malcolm Hardee. The ridiculous façade is heightened by Luby's rigid military demeanour and flight-commander moustache. It's an entertaining and very different, variety act.

Review date: 26 May 2009
Reviewed by: Steve Bennett
Reviewed at: Hove Fletch at St Andrews

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