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Been an Eddie Izzard fan for years. Wunderbar does not live up to previous tours. It simply was not funny. Didn't flow. He seemed distracted, while unsuccessfully trying to tie things together. Numerous people were commenting they couldn't understand him frequently. To garbled, so we lost some of the content
from San Francisco, California
I have never seen anyone funnier or with better material than Eddie Izzard in Dress to Kill. Yet, I have never seen him come near that in his subsequent performances. I literally walked out of Wunderbar after 10 min of his idiosyncrasies, that are hilarious in context and not when there is no real material. He did say he did the show mostly for himself. I guess it is true, but thousands of people came out, spent money, drove, parked and walked through the crappiest neighborhood in the City to see him and he did not deliver. He just wasn't funny. What a shame.
David Bennett from San Francisco, California
Not very funny. Thought it would be funny but seemed like the audience was forcing the laughing.
Would not recommend this show.
Sam from Seattle, Washington
EDDIE IZZARD IS COMEDY AND HUMANITY AT ITS FINEST
He is a comedic genius and all that is good about humans. I laughed until I cried. Have seen him several times and was disappointed with his book tour show, so was hoping he was back to form for this go round. He did not disappoint! I would go see Wunderbar again if I had the opportunity. He’s saying this is his last tour before heading into politics, so if your a fan...go!
Shanon from Seattle, Washington
have been following Eddie, since I saw his Dressed to Kill act via DVD rental. Just love him. Went to the 3rd show at the Paramount - He was dressed to the nines in a blue plaid skirt, black leather jacket and stiletto boots for the 1st set and then in black short short outfit for the last bit. Some parts dragged (ha ha) a bit - but all in all I was laughing through the whole show. Highly recommend seeing Eddie in person!
Sheila from Seattle, WA
I've been a fan for a long time, but I've never seen Eddie live. Unfortunately, I couldn't hear much of what he was saying due to his penchant for mumbling. I had decent enough seats, so my location shouldn't have been an issue. What I did hear was disjointed and not really compelling. I felt like he was rambling and not trying to take the audience anywhere. His political stuff was not particularly insightful. Simply saying one hates a certain person isn't comedy. I wish him the best, but I won't pay to see him again. We left at intermission, disappointed to have wasted so much money.
Jennifer from Seattle, Washington
RECYCLED ALLUSIONS TO OLD INSIDE JOKES, PLUS POLITICS
I was ridiculously excited to see my first live show, after seeing almost all of his previous routines. Within the first ten minutes, I was ready to walk out. He had very little new material. Every now and then he’d deliver a good laugh, but most of the time, it was just a sort of “wink wink nudge nudge” reference to his earlier stuff. It felt like he knows he’s so big now that the audience will laugh at whatever he says, so there’s no need to really work on more material. It was plain lazy — and incoherent, to boot. I think he’s more focused on his political career at this point; that would explain why the first 20 minutes was essentially a stump speech for his upcoming Parliament run. He can do so much better than this.
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