Theatre Royal, Bury St Edmunds
> Theatre Royal, Bury St Edmunds
You do not have to have any interest in cooking to thoroughly enjoy Keith Floyd's little chat show.
Think of him as a Dave Allen-type character – the wine, the cigarettes (numerous), the wicked sense of humour and boyish smile.
He is an extremely entertaining speaker and will have you laughing at all types of things.
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His days as a junior reporter were less than successful but he had plenty of humorous tales. Keith recounted his introduction to TV via a rather inebriated producer who clearly enjoyed his food.
His style of delivery is straightforward thinking, and his choice of language is not out of place.
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It merely enhances his warm and relaxed style.
Keith is passionate about food yet, at the same time, derives satisfaction from a simplistic approach towards it.
The second part of the show was open questions and he seemed to revel in this.
No question or observation was too much and he gave thoughtful and often humorous replies.
This was a stimulating and enjoyable evening, starting from the moment he walked on stage with a wicked glint in his eyes.