A private show in the Sound Gallery
Friday 8th February 2013
Laughing Matters Presented 5 star comedy
(well occasionally 4) courtesy of a
2012 Edinburgh Festival
Foster's Comedy Award Nominee
maximum nonsense & brilliant banter in
105, Faubourg du Temple Paris 10
Tuesday 9 October 2012
Tony is half Canadian and 50% Tinidadanian and 100% qualified for a show in Paris, a city where he was once (briefly) a tour guide. Not that he knew anything about either the French capital or it's culture.
The seat of his pants have had a sheen ever since despite spending most
of his professional time standing in front of a microphone keeping an audience in hysterics thanks to his wacky acid casualty, off beat delivery.
"delivers the kind of deliciously demented stream of consciousness you might get if you put Harry Hill and Sean Lock in a blender.
So Brilliant I saw him twice"
Bruce Desau Evening Standard
"playful, mischievous, mercurial and infinitely lively...
believe me: seldom, if ever, will you have laughed so much."
Mark Monahon The Telegraph
"this show is so brilliant I fear I'll run out of superlatives for it before I finish, but - in my case at least - the cheek-and-stomach ache induced by laughing at Law's comedy does make the line completely true, if rather recklessly misleading. But then, in going for the dangerous option I am only following Law's own lead."
Anna Lowman Comedy.co.uk
"Tony Law is the Sherpa of stand-ups,
leads an expedition to undiscovered alpine uplands of laughter"
so says Stewart Lee (and he should know)
Laughing Matters Ordered
Tuesday 24th March 2009
a cracking show from an ex-tour guide who was unaware that there was a time difference
between london and paris. when he was supposed to be on stage he was in his underpants in his hotel room.
15 minutes later he was under the spotlight where he stayed for the best part of 2 hours.
Tony Law laid it right down.