Kenny – Original Review

Note: This review is from 2000

Review by Steve Bennett

Scottish newcomer Kenny is either a spoof of a bad comic or simply a bad comic, depending on where you draw the line. When he performs his ten-minute sets, almost half of the time is taken up with him rave dancing in an unfunny one-gag routine. Still, it stops him talking, for which we should be grateful. "I want to talk to you about euthanasia. Never mind the euthanasia, what about the youth in Hackney?"

Review date: 1 Aug 2000
Reviewed by: Steve Bennett

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