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All Two Girlie
Girlie. Grisly. Great. A refreshingly diverse double act importing their strange brand of sketch comedy to Caledonia's Comedy capital. Journey through our unique collection of charasmatic and cringeworthy characters that you just love to hate, and know only too well. Bursting with energy and definitely NOT too girlie
The first sketch in this young duo's debut show imagines them proudly displaying a huge great stinking turd. Now that's just goading reviewers into making analogies...
They've developed a whole new genre of comedy: one with no jokes at all. They come on, do their actressy bit to general bemusement, then go off again. Not with a punchline or dramatic climax, they just go.
In one scene, the blonde comes out wearing a coat covered in sanitary towels and tampons, scrounges another one off the brunette, and just as quickly shuffles off. Don't know why. The only saving grace is this, as most sketches, are mercifully short, so the pace is brisk.
Amid all the baffling bilge, there are a couple of appealing and convincing character portraits: the Primark-shopping teenage laddette and a wife burdened with crippling insecurity about her looks. But that's not much in a whole hour.
Most tedious is the recurring character of the office worker always trying to draw attention to herself. If it wasn't funny the first time, endless repetition is unlikely to convince us it is.
In their favour, the pair do appear to be good, naturalistic actresses but not for them the idea of playing to their strengths. Instead they're forever showing us exaggerated caricatures and silly accents to little avail. Maybe they're just going through their Spotlight CVs and checking off all the voices and skills (opera singing, cartwheeling, and some impressive dancing) they boast for the benefit of any casting directors who might happen to be in the room.
Their publicity boasts 'not just pretty faces, Lynham and Curtis write all their own sketches' which might just be the problem. That's the one talent they simply don't have.
I must say, I think Steve Bennett hit the nail on the head...
Saw these two perform at the Boardwalk, Greek St and they were certainly my personal favorites of the evening.
They are very sexy and I agree that they could easily end up on a BBC sketch show in the future. Clearly two talented actresses. Their material, however, is very obvious and female based despite one of them (blonde one, personally my favourite) promising us on the street that it wouldn't be too girly. I have to say I didn't find them funny at all. Though me and my mate did seem to be in the minority at the gig we went to.
Great performance. Some very funny sketches, some just funny, and one or two slightly obscure! On the whole can't fault the show, but the Wee Room (Gided Balloon) is a sweatbox...dont wear a jumper
Just got back from the Fringe and I have to say that this was one of the best shows I've seen for a long time. Not only is the material extremely fresh but both girls delivered an outstanding performance. Don t be surprised if we re all watching these girls on BBC in the near future
Really good performances - their physical comedy is easily their strongpoint - but with more polished scripts they could go a long way. Definately worth seeing.
Very good performances by both, but the material they were working with was very weak. However, given decent material they could go far. The fact that we were flashed at the end was a positive though
You must must must see these two! Some surreal comedy together with accurate observational comedy. Anyone who loves a laugh will lurrrve this dynamic show. Yey!
Saw these ladies perform at the Brighton Fringe a few month back and they rocked. Very funny and sexy too... What else can a man ask for?