Pathological ineptitude

For reasons of immodesty, I ought to mention that The Rise and Fall of Deon Vonniget has been rather flatteringly reviewed on the Rogues and Vagabonds website – you can read the review here.

Fellow performers will see at once that it is emminently quotable, with gems such as “panache and charm that can veer uncomfortably on the side of manic paranoia and pathological ineptitude”, or the simple and straightforward “Lark is engaging from beginning to end”. But my favourite bit is this:

“Lark’s easy manner enchanted the female members of the audience and left us males gobsmacked at his nerve and unbelievable success with women.”

Evidently, I had a good valentine’s day after all.

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