ED2012 Comedy Review: Bad Bread 2012 – Survival Guide (Bad Bread)
By Nathaniel Meyers | Published on Tuesday 14 August 2012
This is a delightfully creative show, with a variety of sketches that could only have been imagined by the quirky trio behind it. By dramatising mundane events and characterising inanimate objects, they find the non-obvious comic potential in dog walks, Teletubbies and even Monopoly. The sketches were imaginatively performed too – in spite of the patchy accents – and linked neatly through the apparently impending apocalypse, fuelling the endless energy on-stage. The show does try to be a bit too clever in parts, venturing a Holocaust gag and even a Maddy McCann joke that crowd members visibly disapproved of, but the strength of this show lies in creative, surreal and truly random sketches, for which it is absolutely brilliant.
Underbelly Cowgate, 2-26 Aug (not 14), 5.20pm
tw rating 4/5 | [Nathaniel Meyers]