Radio Hoohah (2 stars)

Very occasional glimpses of humour

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This article is from 2010.

Radio Hoohah

Photo: Steve Ullathorne

Centred on a defunct radio station peopled by obnoxious presenters and their objectionable guests, MacKenzie and McGuire’s latest offering is a pretty poor effort. The comedy is in turns laboured, random and largely devoid of comic timing as we meet a wooden newsreader, closet gay farmers and phoney psychics. In amongst the basic ideas there are very occasional glimpses of humour but sadly they’re few and far between.

Pleasance Dome, 556 6550, until 30 Aug (not 23), 6.50pm, £8.50–£9.50 (£7–£8).

This article is from 2010.

Radio Hoohah

  • 2 stars

Hell is other people, those people are live on air. Be a part of the studio audience and rubberneck as everybody struggles to stop Radio Hoohah going into cardiac arrest. After their critically acclaimed comedy ‘I’ll Always Think Of You That Way’ at Edinburgh 2009, which ended abruptly when Octavia snapped her Achilles…

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