McNeil and Pamphilon (3 stars)

This article is from 2011.

McNeil and Pamphilon

Enjoyable sketch comedy from two chaps who should know better

Steve and Sam open with a knowingly sheepish confession: they are ‘two middle-aged, white thirtysomethings who won’t give up the dream’. Thankfully they bring something fresh to that already over-cluttered table. A seductive Wham dance, McNeil’s ability to ‘turn alcohol into sadness’ and a crap dad reacting in a wholly inappropriate way to his son’s sexual foibles buoy their set.

Pleasance Dome, 556 6550, until 28 Aug, 5.40pm, £8.50-£9.50 (£7-£8).

McNeil and Pamphilon - Antiques Roadshow

McNeil and Pamphilon: Which One Are You?

  • 3 stars

After performing their debut show Addicted to Danger! (Top 10 EdFringe Sketch Comedy Shows, to sell-out audiences, award-winning double act and 2011 Hackney Empire New Act of the Year finalists McNeil and Pamphilon return with an all-new hour, developed at their London residency (Time Out Critic’s…

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