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Summary

One of the hottest comics in the UK, Ed Byrne has become an assured intelligent and very funny entertainer. The Irish comic performs live on this hilarious recording.

©2011 Redbush Entertainment (P)2011 Redbush Entertainment

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Angry, ranty genius

This is essentially an entire show about the little annoyances of life. About arguments you wish you'd won and show sharp you wish your wits were; a theme which is bound to appeal to most people. Expertly delivered by an interesting performer who is charismatic actively denying he has any charisma.



I'd like to see the DVD recording though, as I feel the audio may not have quite captured the whole show.

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Ferocious humour

It is as pleasing as it comes indeed, ferocious humor combined with great spontaneity makes that a very appealing book. French is my mother tongue and I could never the less understand and appreciate the entire book. hilarious

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