- Sam Healy
- 14 August 2008
This article is from 2008.
Engaging in concept, Kamali's show is narrated by his key character, Terry the Bristolian handyman. On a backpacking holiday around India, Terry meets an international gallery of fellow travellers, all played (with varying plausibility) by the British-Iranian comedian. There are occasional laughs but too much of the material is undercooked and aimless. Those accents just aren't funny enough to survive without good lines to give them.
Sweet Grassmarket, 0870 241 0136, until 24 Aug, 7.20pm, £7.50–£8.50 (£6.50–£7.50).