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May 10, 2010 | by  | in Theatre |
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Comedy Fest

Further bits and tids in comedy fest lando

−There are reviews of Late Laughs, TJ McDonald, Jarlath Regan and a couple of other shows up on the glowing Salient website. You should read them.

−It’s the last week of the Comedy Festival. You should go see The Giant Face, Dave Wiggins and The Improv Divas at BATS and Gadgets at Downstage.

Jetlagged at Club Ivy is the cheapest show in the festival and you should go because Brad Zimmerman has a nice face.

−Just a question, nothing should be read into this but, uh, does anyone actually like Dai Henwood? I just can’t seem to find anyone. If someone out there does, comment on the Salient site.

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  1. I DO have a nice face, don’t I? This is very spot-on journalism.

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