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REVIEW: Garrett Millerick: SMiLE – 4*

REVIEW: Garrett Millerick: SMiLE – 4*

Radio Ha-Ha! talks Ha-Ha! Written by Sarah Exton Review date: 1st August 2019 Millerick opens with commentary on his previous show “Sunflower;” before plunging straight into humour surrounding his wife’s near-death trauma. Dark, but all in good jest! Millerick’s ...

Radio Ha-Ha

August 3rd, 2019

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REVIEW: Ray Badran: Everybody Love Ray, Man – 3 ½*

REVIEW: Ray Badran: Everybody Love Ray, Man – 3 ½*

Radio Ha-Ha! talks Ha-Ha! Written by Ciara Kelleher In this highly interactive and entertaining show entitled ‘Everybody Loves Ray, Man’, Australian comedian Ray Badran talks the audience through some of the sitcom-esque situations that have happened in his life. ...

Radio Ha-Ha

February 7th, 2019

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REVIEW: Love Songs – 4*

REVIEW: Love Songs – 4*

Radio Ha-Ha! talks Ha-Ha! Written by Sarah Exton ‘Love Songs’ is an autobiographical one-woman show performed by Alissa Anne Jeun Yi. Throughout the hour, Alissa recounts her experience with romance over the years and how the influence of the media creates unrealistic ...

Radio Ha-Ha

January 11th, 2019

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REVIEW: The Lost Disc – 4 ½*

REVIEW: The Lost Disc – 4 ½*

Radio Ha-Ha! talks Ha-Ha! Written by Sarah Exton The show follows Stu Morecambe (portrayed by John Lightbody) on his search for a lost record created by three musical geniuses, Roger LaFevre, Tony Noel and AP Williams; whose tales seem to have been forgotten throughout time.

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October 19th, 2018

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REVIEW: Dylan Moran: Dr Cosmos – 5*

REVIEW: Dylan Moran: Dr Cosmos – 5*

Radio Ha-Ha! talks Ha-Ha! Written by Sarah Exton From seeing him in ‘Black Books’ and watching his previous stand-up shows, I’ve always admired Dylan Moran for his ability of giving an incredibly polished performance in quite a dishevelled manner. Dylan delivers everything ...

Radio Ha-Ha

October 10th, 2018

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REVIEW: Ivo Graham: Motion Sickness – 4*

REVIEW: Ivo Graham: Motion Sickness – 4*

Radio Ha-Ha! talks Ha-Ha! Written by Sarah Exton Ivo has an incredibly likeable demeanour and a subtle charm, making ‘Motion Sickness’ a delightful hour of entertainment. Kicking the show off with the topic of ‘trains’, Ivo is able to turn a usually mundane topic into a ...

Radio Ha-Ha

October 10th, 2018

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REVIEW: Andy Kindler: The Ugly American Tour – 3 ½*

REVIEW: Andy Kindler: The Ugly American Tour – 3 ½*

Radio Ha-Ha! Talks Ha-Ha! Written by Sarah Exton This was Andy Kindler’s first UK show in 13 years and my very first time watching him perform. Holding no expectations, I went in with an open mind and blank notebook. Coming on stage, Andy was quick to comment on the small ...

Radio Ha-Ha

September 12th, 2018

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REVIEW: Adam Hess: Seahorse – 4*

REVIEW: Adam Hess: Seahorse – 4*

Radio Ha-Ha! talks Ha-Ha! Written by Sarah Exton From seeing his shorter sets in London where he performs 5-10 minutes of material, I was fascinated with how this highly energetic, and spirited comedian would portray himself over an hour-long show. Would he be able to ...

Radio Ha-Ha

August 20th, 2018

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REVIEW: Reginald D Hunter: An American Facing the Beast and Niggas – 3*

REVIEW: Reginald D Hunter: An American Facing the Beast and Niggas – 3*

Radio Ha-Ha! talks Ha-Ha! Written by Sarah Exton Reginald D Hunter performs once again at the Fringe Festival, making it his 20th Fringe – this big fish in the pool of comedy definitely doesn’t seem to be leaving us anytime soon. From only following his work recently, I’ve ...

Radio Ha-Ha

August 20th, 2018

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REVIEW: Rose Matafeo: Horndog – 5*

REVIEW: Rose Matafeo: Horndog – 5*

Radio Ha-Ha! talks Ha-Ha! Written by Sarah Exton As we enter the final full week of the Fringe, it is easy to lose steam and find that you’re dragging yourself across the finish line. The idea of going to another show just chips away at you ever so slightly, and you wonder ...

Radio Ha-Ha

August 20th, 2018

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