Kidz Comedy Club returns to the Guildhall
During the 2008 February half term break I took my children ages nine and twelve along to the Comedy4Kids Club at The Guildhall in Gloucester. This was going to be a bit of an interesting one for me to see how it stood up to the adult versions that I like to see on a regular basis.
The children were excited as never seeing anything like this before they didnít know what to expect. The audience was a mixture of kids, parents and grandparents with the children ranging in age from six to about fifteen.
James Campbell appeared on the stage looking very normal and smartly dressed. A good start I thought Ė no clowns! He really is extremely funny and we all chuckled our way through his first set. There were no one liners either, but a collection of funny stories which were aimed at a younger audience. But hey, we were all children once so it did take you back a bit!.
The next act was Andrew OíNeil, a Dr Who fan who entertained his young audience with more amusing stories. Itís quite an experience to see how a grown man reacts to a 6 year old heckler and there was quite a lot of audience participation. Both acts went down acts went down extremely well with the audience and a good time was had by all.
SoÖ would I go again? Yes.
Did the kids enjoy it? Yes?
Would we recommend it to others ? Definitely, but book early. The word is out there now.
The KidzComedy Club returns to the Gloucester Guildhall this autumn.
- Date: Wednesday 29th October
- Time: Doors open at 2.15pm, show starts at 2.30pm
- Tickets: £6 Family ticket (x 4 people) £20
- Where: The Gloucester Guildhall, 23 Eastgate Street, Gloucester GL1 1NS
Suitable for children (and adults) over six. This event features unreserved seating.
10 September 2008
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