Paul Foot: Ash In The Attic
Show type: Edinburgh Fringe 2010
Paul sweeps the loft conversion of his mind for comedy lampshades, bronze slapstick geese and Persian golf balls. Directed by Noel Fielding
Higgeldy Piggeldy - 06/12/2010
Paul Foot does not need to be directed by anyone! He is wonderful
Melvin Cornhill - 10/08/2010
I have attended many many comedy shows at the Fringe and found this laboured show very confusing. It was not comedic in the slightest, nor was this drama or performance art. I believe that the applause at the end was relief that the show had ended, and talking to others afterwards confirmed this. I understand that previous shows have had an element of surreal and manic humour which is why I chose to go, however I regret this decision, a waste of time and money.
gigglingnewt - 02/08/2010
Saw Paul trying out some smaller excerpts for this year's Edinburgh show at a very small gig in London... if you like Paul's previous stuff you'll not be disappointed and the samples that Paul displayed for us (still needing some refinement by his own admission - during the performance) nodded towards something that could potentially be sublime. I shall be beating a path to see the full show in Edinburgh. If you like stand-up to be as much about performance and something to wrap yourself up in, as well a laugh, then I'd heartily reccommend him. Nomination this year? PS - I don't think Paul would mind if I stated that if you're into Jethro and/or nob gags it might not be your cup of tea. Still, always nice to try new things though, mmm?