Review by Cathy Culliver
If you don’t think depression and suicide makes for great comedy show material, Nob Happy Sock will make you think again. Right from the rather startling opening, Keck takes an unapologetically honest but also often light-hearted look at the period in his life that led to the night he decided to kill himself.
The show is brilliantly balanced with light and shade; it’s at times deeply serious but then Keck cracks the tension with a gag just often enough to remind you you’re at a comedy show. This is a brave, wonderful show and Keck deserves a lot of praise for having the balls to put on such a gut-wrenchingly honest but altogether entertaining show.