Fringe Review: I Spy With My Little Eye Something Beginning With Why Have You Been Sleeping With My Wife @ Pleasance Dome
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Imagine Alan Partridge meets the awful school plays your parents were forced to attend throughout your primary school years. Except, they’re actually allowed to laugh at the absolute car crash direction and stiff line reading. Now, you’re somewhere near the utter hilarity of I Spy With My Little Eye Something Beginning With Why Have You Been Sleeping With My Wife. (Photo: Edward Moore) Rob Carter’s alter ego Christopher Bliss shuffles onto the stage in his signature blue shell suit jacket, off white trousers and greasy middle parting. Bliss, a ‘novelist’ from Shropshire, warms the crowd up with an intimate reading of his latest smutty novel. Following last year’s acclaimed Fringe run, the cult character sets his sight on new creative avenues, inviting both of his friends; the quiet lady next door and the one-time-village-thespian to join him.
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