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Micky Flanagan: What Chance Change?
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From the Leicester Comedy Festival preview show, January 2009
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2007 if.comedy best newcomer nominee
Flanagan's first full-length show takes you on a journey through the ups and downs of his life from Billinsgate fish-porter to successful stand-up.
Original Review:Micky Flanagan is a one-man case study in social mobility. His CV, rising from Billingsgate fish porter to full-blown middle-class Kierkegaard-quoting ponce, mirrors the changing lifestyle of so much of society. As he races through the years, and the class strata, thereís sure to be something everyone can relate to.
Itís rather a belated Edinburgh debut for 44-year-old Flanagan, whoís well established as one of the more enjoyable, personable and cheerful acts on the circuit. The conflicts between his working-class roots and his current aspirations provide plenty of fodder for sharp gags with the ring of truth, and he knows how to tell them.
There are, indeed, lots of proper jokes in What Chance Change? In fact, itís built entirely on the most efficient way of getting from one to the next, so the solid laughs keep coming as he pounds the punchlines.
Yet thereís also something missing. Thereís not much drama or emotional attachment to Flanaganís story, nothing other than a linear sequence of events from one year to the next. Itís possibly only battle-hardened critics whoíll see a comedy show thatís one laugh after another and complain that itís not enough Ė punters looking for a no-frills fun time wonít go far wrong here.
Flanagan is a lovely performer. Part nice-but-dim cockney Herbert, part astute observer. His innocence, modesty and cheek wraps every comment in a warm, unthreatening charm, best illustrated by an amusing demonstration of his wooing techniques thatís daft rather never lascivious.
Flanaganís got a couple of the funniest routines in the festival, especially one about asking for ketchup in posh restaurants which is not only hilarious, but fits beautifully with his theme of being stuck between classes.
All in all, itís a mighty fine show, missing just one tiny element of extra drama to make it a great one.
Reviewed by: Steve Bennett
Hilarious stand up with punchy delivery and excellent execution of some very funny stories about his life! Definitely recommend. (fringe 2009)
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