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For the love of money. Or maybe not…

Wednesday, February 10, 2010

The rumours are true. Audience members are shredding their own £10 notes every lunchtime at Òran Mór during Gary McNair's Crunch. If you have not yet been along, here’s a video interview with rehearsal footage to whet the appetite Is it a lecture? Is it a test? Is he really serious? Get along to Crunch this week to find out. And don’t forget, if you leave a review you could be in the chance of winning a bottle of Malt Whisky! Just visit the Critics' Circle section of the website for more details.

Latest comments

  1. cameron mcdougall said;

    10 February 2010, 3:49 pm

    Have just got home from seeing Crunch—gary Mc Nair was excellent as an American evangelist preaching his Richism philosophy—–hugely entertaining and thought provoking!
    I ALMOST got my wallet out ?

  2. Peter Griffin said;

    11 February 2010, 1:00 am

    Critic’s Circle Review

    A winning performance from Gary McNair,his character, a cross between Rodney Trotter and Jonathon Ross easily seduced the OM regulars.
    Having said that, I felt that some of his interaction with the audience was simply padding out a rather clever sketch.When it comes to the crunch I think ‘Crunch’ would benefit greatly from a minor rewrite.Nevertheless,its still well worth the admission money and if you are in luck Gary might even give you your money back.

  3. Alasdair Kelly said;

    11 February 2010, 3:20 pm

    Really liked Gary’s performance – as someone who presents personal development sessions myself I found his delivery strangely familiar! The content was entertaining throughout however the ending, ironically, was not sufficiently on the money.

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