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Title: The Power of Two Funny Men. "The Pleasure of Their Company" by Shaun Micallef and Glynn Nicholas. The Arts Theatre [review]
Authors: Bramwell, Murray Ross
Keywords: Theatre Reviews
Drama Reviews
Issue Date: 1-Apr-2005
Publisher: The Adelaide Review
Citation: Bramwell, Murray 2005. The Power of Two Funny Men. Review of "The Pleasure of Their Company" by Shaun Micallef and Glynn Nicholas. 'The Adelaide Review', April, no.265, 20.
Abstract: There have been plenty of comedy double acts in recent times - HG and Roy, John Clarke and Bryan Dawe, Mick Molloy and Tony Martin, to name just a few. But, on first glance, Glynn Nicholas and Shaun Micallef seem an unlikely combination. For a start, Nicholas has forged a very successful career as a solo comic with a memorable range of signature characters and impressive physical skills. Shaun Micallef, on the other hand, has for some time featured in television - in sketch comedy, the sitcom Welcher and Welcher and with a Tonight Show whose demise, many thought, had more to do with ratings panic than any lack of merit.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2328/8242
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