Another Heartbreaking But Ultimately Life-Affirming Show About Death
Show type: Edinburgh Fringe 2009
Sanderson Jones, almost an orphan, already a comic, invites you to the darkly hilarious world of death, glorious death: a joyful celebration of our own mortality.
(Post-show adventures also available. Sign up for: interactive mystery, Edinburgh encounters and one-off comedy experiences)
Leo Capernaros - 16/08/2009
Weak material, poorly presented. Clumsy interaction with audience members and self indulgence if ever I saw it. People with issues should pay someone else to listen to them, not the other way round.
Denis Krasnov - 09/07/2009
Seeing one of the previews left me convinced that Sanderson’s show is gonna be a highlight of the fringe 2009. Not only he is one of naturally most talented, witty and charismatic comedians on the circuit, but also the amount of work he puts into the preparation is unprecedented. He’s done something like 50 gigs in Australia and a dozen of London previews. I’ve seen one and it’s fantastic. The most amazing thing is that the show doesn’t stop at the hour you watch at the venue but extends all over the fringe to further surprise and astonish you. Sanderson is full of gusto, his audience skills are great. He chooses the topics that are original and thought-provoking. Go see it ! And wear a corset!