Jay Cowle: Hello Humans – Review

Jay Cowle: Hello Humans 15:30 1-27 August, Cabaret Voltaire (Venue 838)

Bunbury Magazine: ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

Bunbury Award: Best Cat Impression Of The Fringe 🏆

From the outset, Jay Cowle is friendly, approachable and at east with the audience. He mixes observational humor with warmth and looks at things upside down and sometimes, sideways. The show has dark elements excellently worked into th conversational & relatable material.
He is a smooth talker who controls the room superbly and it is plain to see that he could effortlessly entertain a crowd of any size. Beautifully sarcastic with powerfully surreal aspects, it feels at times like having a conversation with close friends over a fw drinks.
Jay, throughout, highlights the preposterous qualities of modern life, the Universe and, well, everything all the while playing with perspectives and thoughts of the audience. Provoking well-rounded, dep laughter, I was often laughing some time later about punch lines said at the beginning and am still giggling as I write this about some observations.
intelligent and well written, Hello Humans is a wonderful show that will leave you wanting more with left turns that make you wonder why you’re suddenly thinking about your own sanity and the sanity of those around you.


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