In his debut solo hour, Glenn Moore presents a truly polished performance. Flaunting the Queen’s English in a voice posh enough to make the royals hang their heads in shame, he tells us of his hysterically isolated adolescence in an English village that time forgot and hi struggling transition into that infamous dream-shatterer – London.

With deadpan delivery and excellent timing, he has his audience hooked from the get go, roars of laughter coming thick and fast as he flows from joke to joke, constantly developing an absurd caricature of life in the far out sticks.

A intelligent talent, whose writing is strong enough to play with self-deprecation without leaning on it, Glenn Moore is the perfect act for a reliable show, with consistent laughs.

Words: Chiara Margiotta

Glenn Moore: Glengarry Glen Glenn, Just the Tonic at The Caves, 6-28 August (not 15),6pm>

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