Sean Hughes – Penguins

sean-hughes-penguins_32598_thumbDressed all in black, Hughes deliberately evoked thoughts of the great Gary Player.  He also went on to outline his relationship with the British press, which was eerily similar to that of Nick Faldo.

A routine about a laughing Frenchman was clearly inspired by Jean van de Velde’s escapades at Carnoustie, and all the better for it.  However, Hughes kept getting side-tracked by completely un-golf-related stories about his youth, which frankly left a sour after-taste following the promising start.  2 golf balls.

Reviewer – Barry Vardon

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2 Responses to Sean Hughes – Penguins

  1. nbuchan says:

    Great blog! Entertaining stuff!

  2. Pingback: A masterclass in how to perform good comedy – even at the Edinburgh Fringe | SO IT GOES - John Fleming's blog

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