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Just the Tonic Comedy Club
This show has not yet got a description.
Green's traditional and dependable approach to stand-up never lets him, or his fans, down - a comfortable format for tried and tested material.
He covers the usual topics of relationships, sleeping positions and acrimonious holidays, gently coaxing the audience into familiar realms.
Then we move smoothly on to schoolday nostalgia, parental difficulties and DIY stores, the usual safe and suburban stuff providing a string of mildly amusing observations.
Green even managed to stretch one gag, albeit in different guises, to its maximum capacity, and it certainly started to feel a bit laboured.
As a seasoned comedian, Green seems to rely a little too much on past triumphs, sometimes appearing bored with his own material.
Perhaps talking about your life and experiences relentlessly can become somewhat unwelcomingly cathartic when you have been doing it as long as he has.
Someone should give Jeff a medal for being one of the stalwarts of the Live scene. He is something of a trooper. I appreciated the Edinburgh show, as Jeff is still funny about toilets, partners, socks and such forth. Jeff will still be doing this when he is 70, is my guess. Seven out of 10.
His derivative, unisnspired smut degrades the Festival, and infects Edinburgh with a small-minded unhumorous sexism the city could do without. Why do talentless drones like this insist on coming back and making us all embarrassed?