Joanna Neary in the literature tent.
- Credit: James Bass
You know when a friend tells you a story and it goes quiet before some bold soul says 'I think you had to be there'?
That was Joanna Neary in the Latitude literature tent on Saturday night.
As the rain poured outside, the comedian started with a bad French impersonation in a blonde wig.
First we were confused and thought her quirky start would transform into belly-aching laughter.
But then she took her dress off to reveal a flesh-coloured one-piece and proceeded to perform an interpretative dance to her husband's out of tune voice singing a Miley Cyrus song.
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It was awkward, and despite the heavy downpour, people starting leaving.
Stand-up comedy always struck me as having a hefty element of risk.
- 1 The Chase star's tribute to contestant who died in Norfolk house fire
- 2 Two Norfolk gastropubs named among best in country
- 3 New women's only fitness studio to open in Norwich
- 4 Huge blast proof bunker with acre of land for sale by auction
- 5 Part of A47 closed due to crash
- 6 School bus drivers 'risked children's lives' with illegal long shifts
- 7 Two people injured in A47 crash
- 8 Have 'murder hornets' been found in Norfolk?
- 9 ‘Can you let me off?’ pleads driver doing 90mph in 50mph zone
- 10 Caroline Flack's mum to open 'grief café' in Norfolk
Make us laugh - or stand in silence.
Joanna's final poem about art school did make me smile, I just wished it had been for longer.