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 Post subject: David Trent
PostPosted: Thu Sep 27, 2007 11:50 pm 
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Funny, Funny, Funny.

Booked pretty blind as we had not seen any of his set, hideiously(my spelling is awful) funny, I'm sure I don't need to tell any promoters to book him, but you really should. His comedy is both grotesque and light at the same time. Top act, and we look forward to getting him back in front of a proper audience.


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 Post subject: David Trent
PostPosted: Tue Dec 11, 2007 12:45 pm 
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David performed last wednesday on the same bill as us in Camden. When we first saw David in October he didnt make much of an impact but his performance on wednesday was outstanding. His whole section on pictures he has seen down at his local park when out with his kids is brilliant and had the whole 150 audience in hysterics! This is a man to look out for and a man to book if you want guaranteed laughs to any audience!


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he is a lot of fun. two thumbs up!

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I'm glad to hear all this as i've booked him to perform at my new club. You'd better live up to the hype trent!

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Was very good last night, the best I've seen him. Confident, good demeanour on stage, and a really nice routine about his kids art that cracked me up.


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:) :) adds something different to a bill. Not strange. Very funny.


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Blew the roof off the Wolverhampton Speakeasy. I'd never seen him before, but he's got jokes of a depth and quality that should see him racing away. Every time i thought he wringed every last laugh out of the situation, he'd tag on another joke.


Ultimate in cliches, I'll book him again whilst i can still afford him.

Actually, I should have just put what one of the audience said to me afterwards "Why isn't he on TV?"


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PostPosted: Fri Nov 28, 2008 12:47 pm 
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I love David Trent more than some of my own (extended) family.


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David is a very funny man. I have never seen him have a bad gig and is a lovely bloke aswell.


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Man of Trent I salute yeah!

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 Post subject: David Trent
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Really?

Just kidding Trent. Thought this thread could use a bump as the Trent is back on the scene. I wasnt around for part one but am very much enjoying what he has on offer at the moment.


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Saw David Trent's new Edinburgh preview "This is all I have" at Wivenhoe Funny Farm tonight. Absolutely brilliant stuff. Well worth checking out!

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 Post subject: Re: David Trent
PostPosted: Sat Sep 17, 2016 10:15 pm 
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Darrenmaskell wrote:
> Really?
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> Just kidding Trent. Thought this thread could use a bump as the Trent is
> back on the scene. I wasnt around for part one but am very much enjoying
> what he has on offer at the moment.

I don't swing that way!

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