Review: Emmy Blotnick: Party Nights at Underbelly, Bistro Square

Words Harry Seymour

Emmy Blotnick makes comedy look easy and her latest show, Party Nights, is an hour of brilliant, side-splitting stand up.

Drawing on her experiences of being a Jewish, millennial New Yorker, her self-effacing jokes touch on topics including Nicki Minaj being paid to attend bar mitzvahs, flying while high, and anxiety caused by social media stars drinking iced coffee.

While the subject matter isn’t particularly inventive, its Blotnick’s witty observations, infectious smile and modest and charming delivery that bonds her to the audience.

With observational comedy and story-telling as fantastic as this it is easy to see why Blotnick has appeared on CONAN, The Late Show with Stephen Colbert and has had her own Comedy Central special.

Emmy Blotnick: Party Nights at Underbelly, Bistro Square 31st July – 26th August 2019, 7.55pm

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