- Kirstin Innes
- 9 August 2007
This article is from 2007.
Watching someone ponder the potential of an idea or flail around improvising a punchline is easier when you’re sitting on the carpet, paper cup of wine in hand as they play pool than when they’re spotlit onstage. Munnery’s baggy, genial AGMs are much better suited to the former setting; when he inevitably overruns his timeslot, everyone decamps to Arthur Smith’s art gallery for a pleasant afternoon’s musing.
The Stand, 558 7272, until 27 Aug (not 13), 4.30pm, £8 (£7).