Started by Captain Crunch, November 11, 2023, 09:56:13 PM
Quote from: oggyraiding on November 12, 2023, 03:19:09 PMIs he getting bigger? When I saw him in Nottingham 11 years ago it was a in a shitty smallish fairly intimate comedy club. Now he's at the Theatre Royal.
Quote from: sevendaughters on November 13, 2023, 12:34:37 PMBristol Hen and Chickens is relatively small, also I imagine they might get a case of the liberal anxieties before then
Quote from: Memorex MP3 on November 14, 2023, 11:44:14 AMDoes he attract different types of crowd in different areas?
Quote from: Tarquin on November 15, 2023, 12:19:59 AMSheffield City Hall, The Forum and...The Komedia, that's a weird downsize?Haven't seen him live since the disaster of the double-act at Reading Festival but getting spat on at The Komeda sounds great. [/quoteNo - as mentioned above, there's been such in the past; I wouldn't say that's unique to Sadowitz.
QuoteWe've moved the Kray Sisters back, so it's nowDes Haemorrhage and Maggie Mussolini.- OK,- Right. Then comes Jerry Sadowitz.
Quote from: Blinder Data on November 19, 2023, 09:12:21 PMseen him a couple of times about a decade ago, both during the fringe. once in the playhouse which was my first and best experience. he said some horrible racist nonsense which a load of skinheads were laughing at. he then goes on a tirade against "our brave boys" which led to many of those skinheads leaving, the sound of the seats flapping up echoing in the auditorium.one of my favourite bits was him recounting crushing up custard creams, putting them down his urethral opening and spunking them into a mirror. honestly it's the way he tells them...I'd be tempted to see him at one of his shows in a smaller venue but I suspect post-"cancelling" he's more repentent than ever and attracted a worse crowd. also, his excuse that he insults everyone equally isn't true. I don't think he adequately attacks racists, homophobes, sexists or white people. many of his targets for his more offensive material (e.g. Diane Abbot) is the same as those of dodgy old blokes telling jokes down the pub
Quote from: El Unicornio, mang on November 19, 2023, 07:09:41 PMNoticed a bit during a rewatch of One Foot in the Grave recently (episode "Who Will Buy") where he's mentioned as one of the acts performing on stage before Victor.There's then a Sadowitz lookalike at the beginning of the next episode.
Quote from: Ignatius_S on November 19, 2023, 09:47:00 PMWhere was it that he said that?
Quote from: jobotic on November 19, 2023, 10:51:04 PMWill there be a load of terfs in the crowd, after they adopted him earlier this year?
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