Poor Mikey Mileos - the night I saw him, there must have been a convention of the worlds worst hecklers in town who decided to descend on his show all at once. He handled them well and I was definitely on his side but the venue he's in doesn't really lend itself to his brand of confrontational comedy. More your standard pub fare. The premise of the show is to deconstruct words and issues that people in general feel uncomfortable confronting like the holocaust and 9/11. The problem on this night was Mikey didn't seem to be too into the crowd - there was tension from the get go, which doesn't help when you're already broaching what can be for some people touchy topics. His style is not overly upbeat or effervescent either - its direct. He put's considerble effort into researching and preparing effective visuals to support his views. He gets full marks for perseverance too - as there were times when a lesser person would have given up and walked off stage. This is not the show for you if you don't want to think but I'm quite entertained by watching other people squirm.