Tag Archives: absurdist

Joz Norris: Hello, Goodbye

Man in a box with only head visible inviting audience to come in and sit down. Now that’s what I call absurdist silly comedy. What follows is a quick visual introduction to the man via family album photos spilling out … Continue reading

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Bob Blackman’s Tray 2

What can I say about Bob Blackman’s Tray that I haven’t said already? Furthermore how can I convince you to go and along and see them? As ever the guys are keeping well below the radar of the thundering Fringe … Continue reading

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Ed Aczel’s Foreign Policy

If I’d Googled Ed Aczel before going to his show I would have discovered he’s an anti-comedian. Not necessarily a bad thing as Count Arthur Strong also is – apparently. I have to confess I still have love-that-dare-not-speak-its-name feelings for … Continue reading

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Olaf Falafel and the Cheese of Truth

‘So what’s this guy like, then?’ asked the Edinburgh woman of a certain age standing behind me in the queue for Olaf Falafel the other day. ‘Well, he’s a bit surreal,’ I replied. ‘What’s that, then?’ ‘Erm… you know Vic … Continue reading

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