Adam Vincent (3 stars)

Enjoyably oddball

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This article is from 2010.

Adam Vincent

Adam Vincent doesn’t want to be a nurse, and with the cut of his comedy jib, why bother with the arduous hours, the inflamed hypochondria and the sick people that the job entails. Sometimes preachy, his is an otherwise enjoyably oddball set that swithers between charming reverie, passive aggression and a new manifesto for the way we live featuring minestrone soup.

Assembly Hall, 623 3030, until 29 Aug, 6.45pm, £9–£10 (£8–£9).

This article is from 2010.

Adam Vincent - Vital Signs

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In November 2009 Adam Vincent graduated as a nurse. Three weeks later, on an airplane thirty thousand feet above Indonesia, he was called upon. This is the story of a boy who is a comedian who became a nurse who saved a man. 'The hour is a pleasure albeit a guilty one.' (Chortle.co.uk); 'Adam is quite simply hilarious…

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