Dance Monkey Boy Dance
Show type: Edinburgh Fringe 2004
The show that has been rocking Scotland all year makes its Fringe debut. A mix of gags, sketches, improv and music from four of Scotland's top comedians plus the musical talents of Allen Chalmers
Patrick Rolink - 31/08/2004
The humour was off the cuff, hard hitting and took no prisoners. Raymond Mearns will surely have a future on the big screen he is a stick out as a comic actor. Des McLean is as good as his five stars reviews said he was, and is as bankable an act as you will get.
Joe Heenan and Sandy Nelson compliment the others well, they are sharp, very funny and give the impression that the love what they do. Alan Chalmers is excellent with his timing and his music adds much to a great show.
Jim - 24/08/2004
Thought the show was quite tired to be honest, seen it all before. Agree that Mearns and Maclean are good not impressed with the other two, pay to see comedy not bad singing and amateur films. Whats to recognise, inside or out of Glasgow? They should have danced, be more entertaining.
Paul Neill - 21/08/2004
Just wondering why this has not yet been recognised (outside Glasgow) for the original, fast paced piece of comedy genius it is, Raymond Mearns is without a doubt the best comic in Scotland and Des Mclean is his equally funny sidekick,. Brilliant.