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Weekly Edition - Publication date:- 2016-11-17

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Gig Review:- 'Seann Walsh'
Review by Jo Forrest,

SEANN Walsh is an observational comedian, who has the brilliant ability to make the ordinary everyday things in life seem really funny. Playing his '1 For The Road' tour in Liverpool, on 16 November 2016, in the beautiful Concert Room of St Georges Hall, Seann played to a small and informal audience.

The show opened with his support the very funny Mark Simmons, who liked to point out the he was a one liner comedian, and every time someone came in late he jokingly complained and said he would have to start all over again, which he did to the amusement of everyone and eventually asking the audience to deliver the punchline.

After a brief 10 min interval, Seann, who is very animated in his performance, starts by discussing how having reached the age of 31 he has now reached adulthood and this means cutting down on everything that is good for you. He reminisces about how good it feels to stand in front of the fridge eating and how it is the only time in your life where you can eat a kit Kat and ham at the same time. Although this is not something he is able to do anymore as his girlfriend is vegan and the "in" thing is now juicing. His take on this is hilarious, and wonders why people don?t just eat their broccoli as it is, because he has never had to juice a chicken nugget. We progressed onto a spiralizer which makes courgettes into courgetti, this, he found not only amusing but repulsive at the same time..

Eating out and having a "Nice Time" is something Seann does a lot of these days and his take on the etiquette in restaurants especially the novelty of booths was brilliant. His take on trying to get the waiters attention to get the bill was something we can all relate to, however watching him play it out on stage had the audience in an uproar. He packs a lot into 60 mins, from DVD binge watching to an Alan Partridge impression, an hysterical take on cheeseboards and the ?cafe culture? as he likes to call it. Instead of coming back for an encore Seann stays on stage stating he wasn?t sure if he left we would all still be here.

He ends the show on his post bed time anxieties that come back to haunt him as he tries to sleep. Seann Walsh may not be everyone's cup of tea, but he has proved without doubt that his relatable style of comedy is a huge hit with audiences.


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