This article is from 2009.
The Brighton funnyman brings a strong, very smoothly delivered set, with tales about being employed in a job centre, and snippets of internet forum abuse making for smart comedy fodder. A section with melodramatically soppy background music is a highlight, as is his noble announcement that he might pick a ‘rescue wife from a refuge’ instead of a new bride. Destined for a bigger stage.
The Stand III & IV, 558 7272, until 30 Aug, 10.55pm, £7 (£6).