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Paul Foot

21 April 2016 | 1:06 pm | Helen Lear

"Delivered with his trademark screeching, shouting and prancing around the stage like an erratically bucking horse..."

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One of the UK's most eccentric comedians began his one-hour Comedy Festival set in classic off-the-wall style with a 25-minute offstage announcement and run through of the show's entire contents before it even began.

Delivered with his trademark screeching, shouting and prancing around the stage like an erratically bucking horse, Foot had the audience in stitches with his wacky "humour from the briefcase".

The show's themes included favourite 'disturbances', hilarious musings paired with some clever storytelling; "entertainment from Penny", including the mounting of one unfortunate audience member while disguised as a woman; and "my madness" — two and a half minutes of completely random rambling.

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A pledge to return to Australia spoken in total nonsense finished the show to huge applause and a brief encore gave the crowd one last unexpected nugget of comedy gold.