Rob Rouse: The Great Escape

Rob Rouse: The Great Escape

Brett Vincent For by arrangement with PBJ Management

With manic energy that never ceases to lull, Rouse powers through an hour of material that leaves the audience not only in constant fits of laughter but questioning the man’s sanity. Rouse’s show centres around his move to the country to escape the clutch of London life, a choice that ironically appears to have harboured far more stress and aberration then any city life could. From his impressions of the interesting locals of his village to the wider story arc, this is a captivating watch with the bonus of it being very funny. Fast-paced and unbelievable, Rouse leads his audience on a journey to the darkest depths of country life.

Underbelly, Cowgate, 5 – 29 Aug (not 16), 8.30pm , £7.00 – £12.50, fpp 116

tw rating: 4/5

published: Sep-2010

[Alistair  Quaile]

Taken from Three Weeks

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