Bill Burr Reviews
Jerry Fenski from Dallas, Texas
Ok last night in Dallas we witnessed a comic at the top of his game. It felt like he was as much improvising about the crowd and Texas as he was working material. Laughs from start and left wanting more. No question the most solid show I've seen live. All hail Burr.
Tom McLean from Ottawa, Ontario
BILL BURR GOES ABOVE AND BEYOND AT OTTAWA NAC SHOW
They say Bill Burr is a Comedian's comedian, in that other stand-up comedy performers study and admire his skill and technique on stage. On March 6th Mr. Burr showed that he's also a people's comedian, smoothly engaging the crowd in the NAC theater as he delivered entirely new material, a lot of it Canada-specific, and went 45 minutes over the 1 hour show time. Certainly it was clear Burr was playing with some new material as he covered topics from ghosts, to the way men and women commit murder, to dictators and their silly antics. Throughout, the crowd was roaring, and I lost my breath several times as Burr dove through his bag of observational humor while offering hilarious impressions of people caught in funny situations. At show's end, Burr conversed directly with the crowd, asking about Canada's different provinces and telling stories about his trip so far. More than worth the money, this show is a must-see and great for a date night. Don't bring kids. Thanks Bill! GFY
Ed Gutonski from Pittsburgh, Pennsyania
Funny as hell!! Performed longer than thought best $50 spent in a long time!
Beth Rio from Santa Rosa,, California
DID NOT DISAPPOINT
My introduction to Bill Burr's humor was on Seinfeld's "Comedians in Cars..." Since then, I've loved nearly everything I see him on. I jumped at the chance to see him in person. He was on fire from the moment he walked on stage! He is so comfortable on stage and with the crowd - handled comments from audience brilliantly. He referenced his favorite topics, the ones we've all come to know and love....over-population, oversensitive people, extreme PC....and threw in plenty of current topics that were also tailored to locals/SF. Saw him in the old Nourse Theatre which looked its age, but you forgot all about the hard seats, "grandma's house-smell," and disaster-waiting-to-happen emergency exit layout of the place by Bill's second utterance. But the location of the theater was great (Hayes Valley), surrounded by ample great eateries and good parking options. Not sure i would go out of my way to go to this theater again.....unless Bill Burr came to town! Can't wait to see hi again!
Kristen from San Francisco, California
Bill Burr hung tight last night in San Francisco at the beautiful Nourse Theater- weaving in between nuance with ease- even amidst some kook heckler. His transparency made him oh so relatable and that spitfire comeback had the crowd rolling. Keep it coming old man. Like a fine wine- you get better with age. The surveyor imitation using the mic stand had us in stitches. Thanks for the orchestral seats - we were anticipating a drumroll by yours truly. Next time, Homey! The gorgeous architecture of the venue was similar to Great American Music Hall or the Warfield. Tastefully antiquated art deco and crown molding framing the large ceiling. Such a classy venue to welcome Mr. Burr back to our beloved SF! I would not bring my daughter nor my Mother. Their skin is a little less thick and minds a bit too prestine for his content.
David Marshall from Kitchener, Ontario
BILL BURR FINDS KITCHENER
The Man came to town. How he found Kitchener? Long story but as Bill says, he just jumped on a bus. He used mostly new material from what I could remember. With all the mental fortitude I could muster I tried to remember a hilarious moment near the start of his performance but Bill erased my memory with so many gut-wrenching jokes. Bill craft is near or at the top as he melded Canadian content into his performance and dealt stealth blows to a few loud mouth patrons. I woke the next day as if I had a full blown 80's 20 min workout on my abs and face from laughing so much. Burr's opening acts were also top- notch. I paid about 70 bucks for more than decent seats...great value. The Kitchener theatre is top notch, not sure if there's a bad seat in the house. My second time seeing Bill Burr live, with the first coming in Hamilton a few years ago. He's a must see and he might be just the best out there!
S. Trauman from Nashville, Tennessee
BILL BURR AT THE RYMAN IN NASHVILLE LATE APRIL, 2018
Great performance ! My husband and I came down from Louisville to celebrate our 25th anniversary. We are big fans of Bill Burr and we both felt like he was at his funniest. Well worth the $400 we paid for tickets. We were in center section 5th row. Perfect seats. Can't wait to see him again. ST Louisville, ky
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