Louis Martin – Original Review

Note: This review is from 2003

Review by Steve Bennett

A straightforward pun merchant, his wordplay skillfully avoids the twin traps of being too groany or too contrived - and his teaching background gives him a relaxed air in front of an audience.

He doesn't yet have enough solid material to fill even a shortish set, but his best is very good indeed, and it surely won't be long until he does.

Review date: 1 Nov 2003
Reviewed by: Steve Bennett

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