Dan Clark at Knock2Bag

Note: This review is from 2009

Review by Steve Bennett

Effortlessly inviting, Dan Clark genuinely engages with the audience, building a natural rapport as he drifts seamlessly between unaffected banter and material. It may not be the most challenging set, nor boast the punchiest gags, but it’s a warmly witty collection of observations that are well-made and skilfully exploited.

His personality is his biggest asset; he first appears the epitome of laid-back metrosexual cool, but it’s laced with a disarmingly self-effacing wit that only enhancing his underplayed charisma. It would be a hard heart not to warm to this charming man, and he didn’t break a sweat in getting the crowd chuckling throughout.

Review date: 19 Nov 2009
Reviewed by: Steve Bennett
Reviewed at: Bar FM

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