Bill Woolland – Original Review

Note: This review is from 2002

Review by Steve Bennett

Woolland spends a lot of time geeing up the audience, but we could really with less banter and more punchlines.

In his chatty style he told of his forays into That London, reinforcing a couple of Scouse stereotypes along the way.

And some of his punchlines - among them some barely-disguised knob gags - couldn't have been more obvious if they had been heralded with amber flashing lights and a blazing siren.

Review date: 2 Nov 2002
Reviewed by: Steve Bennett

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