REVIEW: Puns come thick and fast from Milton Jones, the king of the one-liners
COMEDIAN Milton Jones proved why he is the reigning king of the one-liners.
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The puns and laughs came thick and fast on Friday as Milton cleverly took full advantage of the quirky aspects of the English language and culture, sometimes with the aid of an overhead projector.
Milton first appeared in the guise of his own grandfather, a character which deserved a show in his own right, and later as his usual wacky-haired, deadpan self.
In between, Chris Martin took to the stage for some well-received social commentary and observations which marked him as a comedian with a bright future ahead of him.
Both comedians interacted well with the audience.
The refreshing lack of swearing in the routine meant nobody in the audience was likely to have taken offence — unless, perhaps, they came from Paignton, but hopefully the Paignton jokes were taken in good humour.
My respect for Milton increased another notch due to the professional and efficient manner with which he dealt with the moron at the back who was louder than one of Milton's shirts and who started to spoil the show for everyone else.
Milton's reaction to the heckling meant it was the comedian who had the last laugh.