Harry Hill: Sausage Time
With the tour now a good few weeks in, here in the latest round up of reviews, interviews and a few extra bits for luck!
Firstly, Tanya Raybould for Nottingham Live has reviewed Sausage Time at the Royal Concert Hall, with praise of the show and suggesting that it may be a “cross between insanity and comedy genius.” Sean Hewitt for Nottingham Post also reviewed the show at the venue, commenting that the show was hilarious and hoping his review would explain why! Overall, he commented that “Sausage Time was a real sizzle.”
Over in Southend on Sea, Veronica Lee for The Arts Desk reviewed the show at Cliffs Pavilion commenting that due to Harry’s charm, he can get away with some content that other comics would struggle with. Overall, Veronica summarised the show simply as “pure joy.” Canterbury City Crier also reviewed the show at Marlow Theatre.
Also on the tour, James Kettle for The Guardian has featured the tour in his line up of the week’s new live comedy and London Evening Standard have also featured the tour for their spotlight on London comedy for March. Andy Hollingworth’s portrait of Harry, as shown on the site previously, has alos been on shown through the last two weeks at Dave’s Leicester Comedy Festival, as shown on Comedy.co.uk.
Harry has also been out and about whilst on touring, visit The Beatles Shop, City of Caves and Galleries of Justice to name just three, as shown below:
Moving away from the tour, Time Out have looked at Harry’s art exhibition, currently on in London, alongside that of Vic Reeves. in TV Burp news, Comedy.co.uk has reported that Fool Britannia, ITV’s replacement for TV Burp, has been recommissioned despite a lacklustre performance late last year and the Daily Mail also reported that Simon Cowell is pitching an idea for TV Burp slot.
Finally, the Daily Mail has reported that Alexandra Burke turned down the lead role in The X Factor Musical.
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