The Quotidian Revue (3 stars)

Interesting, absurdist comedy lacks cofidence

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This article is from 2011.

The Quotidian Revue

With its database of sneeze counts, Twirl stats and celebration of a multi-storey car park’s midweek solitude, this show swings between the absurd and the beautiful. Where it falls down is in the delivery, with two out of the three performers seeming to lack confidence. Sort that out and you’re left with something very interesting.

The Bongo Club, 557 2827, until 28 Aug, 7pm, £9 (£8).

This article is from 2011.

The Quotidian Revue

  • 3 stars

This is a show about the everyday, mundane, invisible details of life that are often ignored or dismissed, but on closer examination turn out to be funny, entertaining and unexpected. Lewis Dryburgh 'showstopper' (Independent on Sunday), Peter Fletcher 'legendary' (Irish Times) and James Ward ‘strange, funny, moving…

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