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Would you like to add more entertainment to your kid show routines? This is a collection of funny, clean and usable ideas that will give your children's show that standout edge.
- Comedy Publicity Ideas
- Comedy Gags
- Comedy Magic
- Comedy Props
Whether you're a magician, clown or all-round family entertainer you'll find something new in the content of Gobbledygook
1st edition 2014, 11 pages.
2nd edition 2015, (revised, edited, expanded), 19 pages.
word count: 3706 which is equivalent to 14 standard pages of text
Reviewed by Troy Murphie
★★★★★ Date Added: Tuesday 05 May, 2015
This second and much improved edition of my e-book Gobbledygook, released 6th May, has been given an entire makeover and now includes...
Comedy Publicity - A simple way to add comedy to your website.
The Bucket - A fantastic piece of comedy business for your kid show, and all you need are two volunteers and a bucket.
A Comedy Funnel Tip - I show you my fail-safe method of covering the air hole on this great prop.
Comedy Props - A selection of easy to build comedy props. (Remote Control Car, Tennis Elbow, Ringing Ears, Ear Plugs, Dog Eared Pages, Letter from Santa, Male Box, Walking Stick)
Animated Walking Stick - A routine utilising my 'Walking Stick comedy prop' and a third hand gimmick.
Gags - A selection of my favourite sight gags. (Lolly Bag Gag, Fast Asleep Gag, Paper to Confetti Gag, Flying Saucer gag, Cutting a Lady in Half Gag, Card Trick gag)
This is professional material at a bargain price!
Reviewed by Ray Ouellette (confirmed purchase)
★★★★★ Date Added: Wednesday 04 February, 2015
A very nice compilation of some different gags and business for the kid's show performer. Not your run of the mill gags you have heard a million times but some really nice ideas in this little book. I particularly like the lolly bag gag and letter from Santa. Well done!
Reviewed by Troy Murphie
★★★★★ Date Added: Monday 26 January, 2015
The One Star review in my opinion is ‘weak judgment’. Book was released on the 1st January, negative review placed on the 2nd. From this it’s clear the reviewer didn’t have the decency to trial my ideas before an audience before commenting. I have successfully used these clownish ideas for years in my kid’s shows. To prove they work, I have even included video clips with this E-book showing some of the material performed before a live audience. At the end of the day everything depends on the ability of the performer to successfully get things across. What’s Gold in one person’s hand is Tin in another’s.
Reviewed by Greg Phillips (confirmed purchase)
★★★★★ Date Added: Friday 02 January, 2015
Save your $10. Weak material. Wished I would have waited for reviews.