REVIEW: Alasdair Beckett-King: The Interdimensional ABK – 4½*

REVIEW: Alasdair Beckett-King: The Interdimensional ABK – 4½*

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Written by Sarah Exton

Review date: 1st August 2019

Alasdair Beckett-King isn’t your every day comedian, oh no, he is so much more! This wonderful hour of comedy is brought to you by an interdimensional traveller; specifically come to share his thoughts of how we conduct ourselves in our world.

The Interdimensional ABK wastes no time, starting the show with a kick-ass cartoon opening title sequence. This alone gives audience members a heads up that they’re in for a whacky hour of observational comedy, from an alien yet, familiar visitor. Originally hailing from the “A Timeline”, Alasdair Beckett-King points out how baffling our Universe on the “B Timeline” really is.

This show just flies by, filled with visual gags, many skits, and a perfect amount of audience participation. ‘The Interdimensional ABK’ really is a show for people of all ages, as long as everybody who watches it is open to embracing this silly but wonderful narrative that Beckett-King creates. I, for one, never knew I could have so much fun in an hour!

Catch this Interdimensional traveller at Pleasance Dome (JackDome), every day (except the 19th) at 6:50PM. Buy your tickets here:

Radio Ha-Ha

August 4th, 2019

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