In tune with a great night at Plymouth Comedy Club
Plymouth Comedy Club
Citybus Social Club, Milehouse
One night only
WE'VE experienced some remarkable comic moments at Plymouth Comedy Club during the past year but witnessing the entire sell-out audience singing Robbie Williams' Angels has to be among the most memorable.
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The bizarre, yet hilarious, stunt was the consequence of compere Chris Brooker's astute observation that we know the words to rubbish songs, but not good ones.
Chris was on sparkling form, his affable style warming the audience nicely ahead of a triple bill of comics kicked off by Dan Mitchell, from Wales but possibly by way of Broadmoor.
Dan appears to have erased the line between comic genius and full-on lunacy, his brand of rambling surrealism included tales of kitchens infested with TV chefs and why a tiger is not the best animal to promote Frosties.
Next up, Scott Bennett, from Yorkshire, raised the roof with a tour de force performance, his machine gun delivery leaving little time for breath among the laughs, as he gave us brilliantly worded observations on everyday behaviour in supermarkets and all-you-can-eat carveries.
A tough act to top, but Manchester's easy-going John Warburton just about shaded this mirth-filled roses battle, effortlessly ad-libing, engaging the crowd, responding with razor wit to every sound from the auditorium, and this all orbiting a brilliant tale concerning his expectant wife and his longing for an iPhone.
All in, another fabulous offering from this rapidly expanding comic enterprise.