- Sam Healy
- 23 August 2007
This article is from 2007
An irredeemably bland interactive format, in which the audience does most of the creative work, kiboshes the good offices of Dolan’s natural charm. Showgoers write their problems on paper and the comedian riffs weakly on them, but the fatal flaw is obvious: audiences aren’t funny. If they were, they wouldn’t need to pay to see comics frittering away their charisma on lazy populist twaddle. (Sam Healy)
Gilded Balloon Teviot, 668 1633, until 27 Aug, 6.30pm, £9 –£10 (£8–£8.50).