Mickey D – Original Review | Review by Steve Bennett

Mickey D – Original Review

Note: This review is from 2003

Review by Steve Bennett

The stereotypical Aussie guy is a fun-loving, good-humoured sort - maybe not the deepest of thinkers, but a good host, always up for sharing a tall tale or two over a tinny or a barbie. Well, Mickey D is that image made flesh.

As welcoming as any beach party, he's an engaging and open raconteur with a fresh, sparky manner.

There's a mischievous glint in his eye as he recounts his witty anecdotes of being an antipodean abroad, or his exploits as a children's entertainer.

It's all fairly inconsequential no-brainer stuff, but this Adelaide lad is such a naturally funny guy, his bonhomie spreads through the audience like the bleach through his hair. Great fun.

Review date: 1 Mar 2003
Reviewed by: Steve Bennett

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