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Flange Krammer – Drei, Zwei, Eins.

Hopes were high given that the star of this show is an international sportsman.  Especially so because his inspiration, Franz Klammer, is a regular on the pro-celebrity golf circuit. We were not disappointed, as the warm-up guy kicked off proceedings … Continue reading

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Malcolm Head – Poetic Justice

Head made his way to the microphone looking snazzy in a red baseball cap obviously inspired by Ricky Fowler.  However, any comparisons with the cocky young American ended there, as Head was more jittery than Lee Westwood trying to sink … Continue reading

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Sean Hughes – Penguins

Dressed 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 … Continue reading

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Knightmare Live

A live action version of the hit 80s and 90s kids TV show sounds straight-forward enough.  However, it soon becomes apparent that in this version, Lord Fear is actually John Paramor, and the Dungeoneer is Guan Tianlang, with Mark McCormack … Continue reading

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Simon Munnery – Fylm

An extremely promising beginning as, in an innovation clearly inspired by Simon Holmes and Denis Pugh in the Sky Sports Shot Centre, it quickly becomes clear that the show is to be performed projected onto a big-screen. However, in an … Continue reading

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Max Dickins – Dear Ray

I must say that I very much enjoyed the first ten minutes of this show.  However, it then became apparent that the eponymous Ray was not in fact Ray Floyd.  This is a clear oversight by Dickins, as Raymond’s extra … Continue reading

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