HELL’S KITCHEN – RHINO ROOM – Wed 08 Mar
Bron Lewis is a relative new comer to the comedy world. In just three years she has gained a lot of stage time, become a writer on The Project and not only entered the annual Raw Comedy, but only gone and won the whole flipping thing with performing at The Edinburgh Fringe Festival part of her prize.
Tonight it is not difficult to see why. Lewis has the material and on stage confidence of a performer a decade into a career when she has barely started. Great work with the intimate audience of Hells Kitchen, impeccable timing and fantastic observational humour. She talks about her family, attacking magpies, her home town, and a recurring theme is avoidance and how it as a coping with life mechanism, is not perhaps a good choice. Better perhaps to aspire to be the 1980’s Chico Roll lady.
The chap beside me was pissing himself for the entire show. Gasping for air and howling with laughter, I thought we’d have to get him an ambulance. Great performer, great show. Maybe make sure your ambulance cover is up to date.
Bron Lewis – ‘Probably’ continues at Hell’s Kitchen at Rhino Room at 6.15pm until Sun 12 Mar.
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