Christmas is a comedy hero
THE Comedy Show kicked off to a great start thanks to Stuart Goldsmith. The comedic compere energised and warmed the sleepy Saturday night audience, propping them up in their seats for the fantastic Tom Allen.
Tom came on to the stage modestly and almost inaudibly, but soon opened up with his rib-tickling tales of school yard antics and the unsung joys of using online dating.
A completely different act followed. True to "Aussie lass" form, Celia Pacquola catapulted on to the stage with immediate high volume, brash sexual humour and plenty of profanities.
Despite the excellence of the first two acts, the highlight of the show was the fabulous Jarred Christmas. Having seen him perform before, I was familiar with his gift for animated story telling, crippling self-ridicule and cringe-worthy self-revelation. The kick-ass Kiwi didn't disappoint – his new material was delivered with fresh vitality to the expectant Bristol audience.
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While, like all comedians, he brought out a few golden oldies, there were no complaints as the stories were just as hilarious, if not more so, the second time round.
Jarred's onstage persona wants to become more macho, heroic and optimistic – and here, that aim was achieved.
This was an action-packed, uproarious performance, in which Jarred proved himself as a first-class comedian who can make us all feel more optimistic, heroic, and, for some, more macho!