We then move onto his theories about how to save the world from shark attacks where he drops more puns per minute than I thought possible. Again, all relevant, and very, very funny. At times it seems like he is telling a story and then you realise that it is just jokes all the way down.
He then takes us to a more recent, slightly dark, time when he was left waiting around in a hospital. Needless to say, he manages to turn this into an hilarious escapade. His last bit involves a costume change and a bit of participation by the crowd, but when we aren’t overly enthusiastic he just rolls with it and carries on.
Patch is a lovable, clever and funny young man. What is unique about Lambert is the subtle cleverness of his jokes. He is truly a Suburban Kiwi Icon. If you go to one local act during this festival, make it this one.
Tickets and more details here: http://www.comedyfestival.co.nz/find-a-show/patch-lambert/