Paul Foot: Still Life (3 stars)

Childish ingenuity and some laughs but feels like going through the motions

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This article is from 2011.

Paul Foot: Still Life

Like Frankie Howerd before him, procrastination and performance deconstruction filtered through a mesh of silliness are Foot’s stock in trade. Despite previous Fringe prowess, Still Life has him going through the motions. There’s childish ingenuity and some laughs but it all feels as tonsured and teased as Foot’s mullet.

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This article is from 2011.

Paul Foot: Still Life

  • 3 stars

The walls of Baron Ryan Carter's castle have ears and a rudimentary mouth that whispers the 23 comments of old that changed the world – now in the hands and voice box of Mr Paul Foot. 'Quite simply he is mind blowing, so if you fancy your mind being blown Paul is one of the few comedians working today who can do it for…

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