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All his favourite techniques are in use here: the repetition, call-backs, nonchalant delivery and deconstruction. The routine is rigorously well-timed and the audience knows what to expect as with every deliberate pause comes a wave of laughter in anticipation of the punchline. I’m betting this crowd might have seen him before.
His final 20-minute routine demonstrates some superb comedy-building skills as what starts off as a sarcastic pop at Magners advertising slogans turns into a hysterical pedant’s rant. It appears Magners have also ruined Lee’s favourite song ‘Galway Girl’ and used it in their adverts.
To overwrite the now-spoiled memory of the song, he finishes the show with his own rendition of Steve Earle’s track. There’s a further climactic twist to the song but before that, in this unexpected and heartfelt performance, Lee proves that comedy doesn’t have to break taboos. It just needs to be done “sincerely and well”.