Sarah Bennetto (3 stars)

A thoroughly engaging and charming storyteller

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This article is from 2010.

Sarah Bennetto

In this heart-warming little show, Aussie Bennetto tells the story of how, as an impoverished stand-up and one-time satellite TV presenter, she found herself invited to Clarence House to have tea with Prince Charles. This may not be the slickest or the funniest show at the Fringe but Bennetto is without doubt a thoroughly engaging and charming storyteller.

Pleasance Dome, 556 6550, until 29 Aug, 1.30pm, £8–£9 (£6.50–£7.50).

This article is from 2010.

Sarah Bennetto: The King and I

  • 3 stars

It's the most important party of her life. To her horror: she's late, dressed in polyester, and probably not invited. Her mum had taught her about savvy socialising: just arrive with gift and help the host around the house. The problem with this party is: the host is Prince Charles and the house is the palace. This is a…

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1. Shemsworth22 Aug 2010, 11:09pm Report

I lost the will to live listening to this 'comic'. The only show I paid for at the festival and the worst. The longest hour of my life, thought it was never going to end. With barely a titter in the audience will hopefully have made you realise you are in the wrong job. Don't give up your day job Sarah.
You don't deserve a star because you my dear aren't one.

2. Shemsworth22 Aug 2010, 11:28pm Report

Mad about Comedy?
Want to enjoy the fringe?
Want to be engaged by a stand up Comic?
Want to listen to a great story?
Want a good belly laugh?
Want to spend your hard earned crust on an hour of fun?
Want to spend what little time you have at the fringe at a good comedy/ story telling show?
Curiosity got the better of you?
WELL GIVE THIS SHOW A MISS!!
IT IS DREADFUL............................BORING...BORING ....BORING..ZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ
Sorry Sarah I am sure you are a super person in real life but you are no stand up comic..................


Sarah go to art lessons so you can draw a bigger crowd!

3. to your self be true22 Aug 2010, 11:39pm Report

Sarah I am sure your visit to the Palace was awesome and funny -for you (we all have similar stories that are much funnier) but to pay for an hour to listen to every detail of this 'unfunny' story is mind numbingly boring..........you are not a natural comic - read your audience or didn't you n
notice they were asleep. A tip that may help you - go and sit in the audience in the comedy clubs in Liverpool and find out what really funny story tellers do to engage their audience!

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