Aug. 13th, 2007

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I have always like improvised comedy and Paul Merton has been one of my comedy heros for a long time so combining the two was always a big hit. He and the rest of the company where on really good form. They performed some great sketches including Suki Webster using water to cover her fellow players. Jim Sweeney made up an interesting song about not being thrown out of a hot air balloon which based on the idea he was in a wheel chair.

They took several suggestions from the audience being rather fair to make sure not just the loudest voices got heard.

Adam Hills

Aug. 13th, 2007 09:00 pm
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I have seen Adam Hills several years running but this was the first time I had seen him with his signer for the deaf. It made the show very different as I found myself watching her almost more that I was watching him. He also had a good start to the show as Batman and Bat-girl were in the front row and he spent several minutes talking to them finding out about them. The rest of his act was very funny as well he talked about so many different things he is much more an of an observational humorist talking about everyday life and the funny things that happen. He also got to dance on the roof of a car which is very impressive when he jumped off.

I have also learnt a few BSL signs of interesting words that will never be used in polite conversation but were interesting.
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Very exciting after a bit of work of learning new things about code and how to run terminal (a clever application on my mac that ran a very smart programme) I know have a complete back up of my journal over at insane journal. I will now get round to taking from here a few things that are not needed. This is the link to the new journal.
http://d-violetta.insanejournal.com/

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