Review by Cathy Culliver
Greg Fleet isn’t really going for the big laughs with this new show, the sort-of sequel to his world-renowned “10 Years in a Long-Sleeved Shirt”. The appeal of this show is more Fleet’s abilities as a storyteller, and my goodness, does this man have some stories to tell. By his own admission, he should be dead; he’s used every drug he could get his hands on, he’s lied, cheated, stolen and come perilously close to having his face mangled in a Glasgow laneway.
But for all its darkness, this show still has some genuinely funny moments and it’s really enjoyable to hear Fleet be brutally honest about his own failings as a person and his long path to redemption.