Vince Atta: Massive Attack

Comedy (music)

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Description

'Unfailingly entertaining!' (Chortle.co.uk). Fresh from a sell-out arena tour supporting Jason Manford, Vince Atta's hilarious, live-looping new show crashes headfirst into love, health, music and Hollywood via the only strategy Vince knows... Massive Attack! 'One of the circuit’s most promising acts' (Guardian). 'A double strength of musical talent and comedic genius!' (York Press). 'An unstoppable force! Forging a brilliant rapport with the audience like an intravenous shot of adrenaline!' (Chortle.co.uk). 'Brilliant writing!' (Robin Ince).

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Kevin Wilson 96 days ago

Absolutely hilarious, we all laughed from beginning to end , loved it five stars ⭐️

Graham Simons 99 days ago

A very small audience but the show started well with some improvised beat box backing to rhymes. So far so good and a good Busta Rhymes style rap. However Vince then took us to a very dark place involving his alter ego. His stories about depression, anxiety and family issues bore no resemblance to uplifting comedy what so ever. Too deep, too dark and disturbing. Lighten up Vince and give us some jokes. These were sadly lacking in the second half. Shame.


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Chortle (3/5 stars) 81 days ago

Vince Atta’s a warm, cheeky and gregarious host – not to mention a great beatboxer. However, he hasn’t tied them up in a show with enough sense of occasion, thanks to just a few too many underpowered, unlinked stand-up sections between his set pieces. ...

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