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General Chat Thread, stand up comedy in General; Went to see Richard Herring on Friday and he was awesome. Was supported by someone else who was brilliant I ...
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    Went to see Richard Herring on Friday and he was awesome. Was supported by someone else who was brilliant I hadn't heard of before: Chris Ramsey. Both were previews of their Edinburgh shows and both were great.

    Other's I have enjoyed live: Harry Hill (best when he came on as a surprise guest in a little comedy club in London), Bill Bailey (amazing show at NEC), Jimmy Carr was great, Ed Burne was pretty good.

    Last week I watched a friend so his first stand up routine. Although he did pretty well, I appreciate how good the professionals are.

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    Quote Originally Posted by synaesthesia View Post
    James Cordon? We're talking comedians! The bloke hasn't got a funny bone in his body
    Seriously, you mean he has no elbows??

    Agree with a couple of others -

    Ross Noble is very funny, but like Milton jones, he has a type of humour not everyone likes/gets.
    Frankie Boyle does seem to want to offend people which is only funny for so long.

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    Quote Originally Posted by superfletch View Post
    Frankie Boyle does seem to want to offend people which is only funny for so long.
    Agreed. I used to really like Frankie Boyle until he just replaced humour with offensiveness.

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    +1 Doug Stanhope. IMO he is the funniest man alive at the moment.
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