A slalwart of the stand-up comic circuit, Jimeoin continues to impress with his unique observational style. Surprisingly, patience and poise are key to the Irish comic's craft, his show a fairly placid affair. The pace is entirely strategic, Jimeoin self-cast as an introvert-friend to his fans, easing the audience through the show. His softly-spoken navigation of comedy is unusual, a kind of novelty, though it's an approach that has its merits.
From the jester's generally mischievious demeanor, to his beguiling tangents, to a few bewildering musical numbers, there's a lot to like about the act. Best of all, perhaps, is Jimeoin's ability to meticulously mine any given topic without actually saying too much at all. It's light, it's fun and Jimeoin's many pearls of wisdom, so often pertaining to truly mundane matters, are well-poised to resonate beyond their mention. The impact of the routine is pleasingly deceptive.
This is not a show concerned with side-splitting guffaws, more with tickling the audience with astute and wonderfully intricate observations easily embraced. An enjoyable experience overall, courtesy of an endearing performer.