With his tales of failed boxing matches, fictional girlfriends and troublesome youths, Paul Foot's "very effective and entertaining" (Time Out) act is a triumph for the lily livered and the weak bladdered over the aggressive and the oafish. His diffident delivery complements an original and enjoyable performance.
"He's honed his diffidently delivered stand-up into a masterpiece of camp surrealism that's one of the circuit's most surreptitiously hilarious turns - a definite must see." The Latest South
"Foot is Kenneth Williams on acid, a hilarious camp combination of pedantry, bluff, innuendo and surreal non sequiturs. Too young to be this funny." The Scotsman
"Britain's brightest new comic talent . . . . . clearly destined for greatness." The Face
"Rarely, if ever, has this reviewer seen an audience laugh as hysterically hard or long." The Scotsman
"Brilliant . . . . very original." The Daily Star
"Brilliantly delivered material." Time Out
"Mr Foot's camp and slightly surreal act won universal praise. TV stardom surely beckons." Daily Telegraph