Stewart Francis - Pun Gent
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Stewart Francis, the star of Mock The Week, Michael McIntyre's Comedy Roadshow and Live At The Apollo embarks on a brand new stand-up tour, starting in Spring 2015 and extended into 2016 after phenomenal demand with his fantastic, hilarious new show Pun Gent!
Stewart has devoted this show to his father, who was a roofer. So dad if you're up there? He and his wife have decided they don't want kids. If any one does, they can drop them off tomorrow. Oh he's just kidding of course, he has a beautiful daughter who he named after his mum, and in fact passive aggressive psycho turns five tomorrow. On an unrelated matter, Stewart likes what mechanics wear... overall.
With Stewart Francis it's all about puns. And he's a gent. If time is money, Stewart's the man to do your shopping for he'll fill every minute with comedy bargains in the form of non-stop quick-fire gags, rarely giving you time to cease giggling until the next one starts. And it's not cheap produce either, previous goods winning awards such as Dave's Funniest Joke Of The Fringe Award 2012 and earning him a reputation as one of the finest comics around. Quite simply, the service Francis provides is good old-fashioned joke telling with a hook, punch-line and a dose of panache thrown in for good measure. So where's the catch? Well there probably is a pun-related answer, but only word wizards such as Stewart Francis could find one.
'A brilliant comic brain... this stand-up cracks some of the best one liners I've ever heard' - THE GUARDIAN
'Perfectly crafted gags' - THE SUNDAY TIMES
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I saw this show live 1 year prior to purchasing the DVD, it was as funny as I remember.
I didn't score it a 5 because it is a bit slow-paced compared to his previous 2 DVDs, it is on the short side (just over 1 hour) and there are no extras, but if you know and like Stewart's style, you won't be disappointed.