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Tania Edwards, Sometimes Interrupted
Stand-up comedy from London comedienne Tania Edwards. Comedy circuit favourites will also be dropping in for surprise performances throughout the week. This will give Tania the chance to refresh at the bar.
I saw the first show and had a lovely lovely time! Tania rocks and created a very enjoyable atmosphere.
Great to see someone with actual stage presence. Very endearing and could listen to her tales all night. Comments about her being too scripted are irrelevant. Have you ever been to a Daniel Kitson gig? If we followed the Hitler-like command to comedy that Pete & Dave insist on we’d only have Bernard Manning to 'laugh' at. Keep at it Tania. An absolute pleasure to watch. Interesting to see how she’ll develop.
If you have two brain cells you will LOVE Tania - I have seen her do her thing a few times - it is definitely clever. I think her jokes may zing past a few dummies, though.
Top show, real star of the future if she keeps going like this.
this show seems to have attracted an unusual number of comments considering it only ran for about a week...but having seen Tania I can say (for the record) that she has a lovely style with the audience and while her material is clearly tightly scripted, that's actually a good thing: it means she's got some really funny lines without having to always fall back on predictable pullback and reveals etc. Also the guests at this show (Wozniak, Simonson, Ryegold. etc) were all top class, which nobody seems to have mentioned but should have.
Brilliant! very engaging and endearing stage presence and a joy to watch
I have to agree with Jo, maybe because it was only a small audience but she doesn't really have any jokes and comes across as pretentious. No real crowd interaction either she is not horrible but she is not good.
Grand show, she's excellent - worth it just for the bunny joke. Leule Saunders (?) rocked also. Nice to see comics from across the border - eirh
We all thought she was hilarious
I thought she was hilarious
I think she's hysterical.
Avoid like the plague. I thought you were meant to have jokes in comedy.
This was entertaining - it was more of a drama piece than a comedy show as the above poster mentioned, but she still has good stage presence she just needs the jokes. She also comes across as a little too scripted.
I have seen Tania perform many times. It is not comedy it is a more of a monologue from a drama school drop out.