Harry Hill: First Class Scamp - Live at the London Palladium
I have been a fan of Harry Hill since I started watching TV Burp, about two or three years after it started, and so I thought I'd see what his career was like before his BAFTA winning success. I have to be honest, this wasn't what I was expecting, there was quite a lot of rambling and random music and sound effect moments, and at times, I'm afraid to say, I found it just the tiniest bit annoying. However, I still enjoyed most of the jokes, including some ones I recognised from another live stand-up show, e.g. the explanation of Joseph the musical, the problem with heroine, and the tiny holes in biscuits, oh, and the small appearances of Stouffer and Burt Kwouk. If you are a fan of his, this is certainly one to try, I suppose it has its moments. Harry Hill was number 26 on The Comedians' Comedian, and he was number 5 on 100 Greatest Stand-Ups. Okay!
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