Triptych – A Review

Josh Dolphin, George McGoldrick and Will Rees make up the 3 constituent parts of the Oxford Revue’s Triptych, their so-called ‘Show with Sound’. So named, and walking into a darkened room with a laptop placed center stage, I was almost expecting to see a parody of a Ruskin student’s installation. But then, as I listened to Rees earnestly reciting from the notebook […]

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Three cheers for comedy: Huzzah Comedy Night at the Jericho Tavern

Huz·zah (hə-zä′) interj: Used to express used to approval or delight Despite this being its fifth installment in Oxford, I knew very little about the Huzzah Comedy Night that had me Jericho-bound on Tuesday evening. To my approval and delight, what was on offer that night was a wonderfully bizarre mix of performances that all varied […]

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Mild Friends Comedy Club, The Library Pub, Cowley

Mild Friends comedy is “only eleven months old” according to the enthusiastic press release put forward by creator and sometime-performer, Patrick Turpin. In this regard the ‘club’ is still very much in its foetal stage; the resident compere, Jack Barry, continuously insists that he is “getting worse at this” while performing to an audience that may […]

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