Tom Wrigglesworth (3 stars)


This article is from 2009.

Wil Anderson

From the moment Wrigglesworth embarks on his extended anecdote – about a train journey in which the comic initiated a whip-round for an elderly woman whose entire savings had been gobbled up by a jobsworth ticket collector, before ending up being arrested for begging – you know you’re in safe hands. A relaxed, confident storyteller with a fine line in amusing wordplay, his narrative is gently funny and, at times moving, despite occasional rambling digressions that rather disrupt his flow.

Pleasance Courtyard, 556 6550, until 30 Aug (not 18), 7pm, £9–£10 (£7.50–£8.50).

This article is from 2009.

Tom Wrigglesworth's Open Return Letter to Richard Branson

  • 3 stars

Having witnessed a train manager abuse his position, (Hitler would've watched admiringly, taking notes), Tom tells Richard how random acts of kindness make good triumph over evil. 'Joy to watch' (Scotsman).


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