Garrett Millerick: A Selection of Things I've Said to Taxi Drivers

Hysterically loud.

Garrett Millerick: A Selection of Things I've Said to Taxi Drivers

When you mix blunt honest and comedy together you get, "A selection of Things I've Said to Taxi Drivers". The Irish lad humours us with his funny stories and quick puns.

Garrett did well in a hot room with a fairly small crowd. His energy made the delivery of the each gag funnier, but some of his exaggeration was a little overboard and wasn't received as funny. This is especially true when he built up to a particularly anticlimactic punchline at the end of some jokes.

The way he explained his frustration against gay marriage in Ireland was far from offence and more hilarious as he explains how he has no excuses or why he's single at weddings.

My favourite joke was the one at his God child's christening. That was truly memorable and hysterical. Want to know which joke I refer to? Go and see the show!

A good comedian to see, his honesty may be his best policy. He has a smattering of great content, but too many fell flat to set the world alight.

Garrett Millerick is performing at the Underbelly Med Quad, Teviot place, until August 30th (not 17th), at 21:25. The show lasts an hour.

For info on tickets click here


Idriss Assoumanou

Idriss Assoumanou Contributor

Idriss is a Film Maker and photographer based in Birmingham. He has directed and produced many films over the years and has mentored a lot of people on their first journey into film making. He likes to write articles based on art and creativity, like his industry 'how to…' guides, where he explains and shares his experiences in film making and other areas. He also films and edits professional showreel scenes for actors to add to their portofio.

Recent posts by this author

View more posts by Idriss Assoumanou


Post A Comment

You must be signed in to post a comment. Click here to sign in now

You might also like

Want my job? with Debutots franchisee Jennifer David

Want my job? with Debutots franchisee Jennifer David

by Saskia Calliste

Read now