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BRIGHTON FRINGE: Fred Ferenczi’s Attic of Desolate Fulfilment – Sweet @ The Welly

Creator: Fred Ferenczi Reviewer: Simon Topping Fred Ferenczi walks onto the stage, he is Leicester Comedy Festival Silver Comedian 2018. Described as like a cross between a slow-burn Count Arthur Strong and Simon Munnery, the small, but appreciative crowd await expectantly. Presenting a drown trodden, bewildered persona, Ferenczi begins to talk about what it is like to be older, remembering ...

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Count Arthur Strong: Is Alive and Unplugged –  The Lowry, Salford

Reviewer: Matt Forrest Writer and comedian Steve Delany has been performing as his alter ego Count Arthur Strong for well over 20 years now. Despite the Count’s failed attempts to crack the acting world, and his career dying on its arse, this comedic creation seems to go from strength to strength with several radio programmes, his very own BBC sitcom, ...

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Aladdin – Richmond Theatre

Writers: Jonathan Kiley and Alan McHugh Director: Ken Alexander Reviewer: David Guest Biggins is back! That simple statement should be enough to tempt panto fans young and old into cleaning their magic carpets and flying off to Richmond Theatre for what must be one of the slickest, funniest and brassiest seasonal shows this year. Just when we feared the doyen ...

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Count Arthur Strong: The Sound of Mucus Tour – The Lowry, Salford

Writer: Steve Delaney Director: Graham Duff Reviewer: Jim Gillespie   Steve Delaney matures with age. Like fine wine or the “Scottish Lucozade” with which Count Arthur Strong lubricates his evening at Salford’s Lyric Theatre. After two decades bringing the Count to life, the two grow closer in age, and Delaney becomes more totally believable as the unnatural offspring of Harry ...

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Count Arthur Strong: Someone Up There Licks Me! – The Lowry, Salford

Script Editor/Director: Graham Duff Reviewer: Jim Gillespie   Steve Delaney’s comic creation is now a well-developed persona. Creating a character whose foibles can sustain more than a decade of situation comedy is no small achievement, and the Count is a brilliant and monstrous creation. Slightly deaf, slightly dim, easily confused, slightly forgetful, and easily slighted. He bumbles and blurts his ...

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