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ED2012 Comedy Review: All The Fun Of The Unfair 2012 (Pete Starr, Henry Perryment and Guests / PBH’s Free Fringe)

By | Published on Thursday 16 August 2012

You may feel somewhat hesitant about attending an afternoon show at a burlesque bar, but in reality, All The Fun Of The Unfair 2012 offered enough laughs to make it a worthwhile venture. Pete Starr, Steve Garland and Henry Perryment performed short sets of their very English, laddish material before a mystery stand up rounded off an enjoyable enough hour of comedy. The main three acts differed enough in manner and delivery to ensure that the show did not become monotonous, though the material was often based on stereotypes, despite the performers’ apparent distaste towards such kinds of humour. Not so much all fun for everyone, more some fun for the lads.

Siglo, 4-25 Aug, 2.00pm.
tw rating 3/5 | [Christopher Rumbles]


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