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ED2012 Comedy Review: Parris And Dowler Know What They’re Doing (Parris And Dowler)

By | Published on Friday 10 August 2012

The show starts with a song repeating the lines “Paris and Dowler know what they’re doing” to the same four notes, and this kind of demonstrates how the show will go: Paris and Dowler are an impressionist and a musical comedian respectively, with the show divided between them, and while the impressions are good, they do get rather tiresome because of a build up of repetition, plus the songs are hit and miss. The saving grace is when the two get together, because there’s a good chemistry between them; they work well, bouncing off one another to produce a decent act. Overall it’s a good performance, but one which would benefit from less repetition, and more interaction between the two acts.

Laughing Horse @ The Free Sisters, 4-26 Aug, 3.10pm.
tw rating 3/5 | [Miranda Cannibal]


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