Natalie Haynes – Original Review | Review by Steve Bennett

Natalie Haynes – Original Review

Note: This review is from 2001

Review by Steve Bennett

Lively Haynes babbles her way through her ridiculous neuroses in an entertaining and uniquely-skewed routine. Her particularly peculiar set of phobias (opticians, deaf rapists, etc) proves a great source for her offbeat, cynical and politically incorrect material. Occassionally the quality dips and more familiar turf is ploughed, but overall hers is a class act.

Review date: 19 Mar 2001
Reviewed by: Steve Bennett

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