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CEF from Vancouver, British Columbia
BILL MAHER VANCOUVER OCT 14, 2017
I watch Bill Maher's weekly TV show so was looking forward to seeing him live. While it was enjoyable, there wasn't much new material. It was also very short - only 1 hour 15 minutes long with no warm up act. The tickets were 110.00 each - plus 20 bucks for parking. Not great value for the money I'm afraid.
Nick and Leah from Victoria, British Columbia
BILL MAHER OCT 14TH QE
Disappointing. Many quips we have heard from his television production over recent weeks - very little new - emphasis, fixation on Trump. No substantive Canada content and yet so much on personality contrasts (Trudeau / Trump) and culture he and his writers could have assembled for a Vancouver audience. Still love what he is trying to do to save the world - but he needs to keep each gig fresh and relevant to each audience.
Phil from Madison, Wisconsin
BILL MAHER 4/22/2018
If you have watched Real Time. You more or less seen his stand up. Word for word from his show. Kept looking at his notes. Most if it was about trump. Which was easy pickings. Not very edgy at all. All taken from his show. For the price of the tickets you could buy HBO and had a better experience.
Monica from Los Angeles, California
I am a huge Bill Maher fan and I was so looking forward to seeing him live but got very disappointed. If you watch him all the time, there wasn't anything he said that I hadn't heard before. It wasn't worth 70.00 per ticket. He acted like he was stoned, kept touching his face. I like him in a suit & tie
from Surprise Arizona
FEB16 MIRAGE LAS VEGAS
Love Bill but old jokes and pokes we heard before. Over $100 per ticket. Honestly we prefer to watch him on HBO. Not at all worth it. It would have been much better if the format was like the TV Show. Not just stand up.
Todd from Chicago, Illinois
I agree with some of the other reviews about stale jokes. I love his show, but because of that I've seen every joke he did the first half almost word for word. Second half was much better, not as much Trump stuff. Anybody that goes to see Bill already can't stand Trump so a little bit of that is fine but 45 minutes of the Trump jokes straight from the show was too much. Still glad I saw him.
from Santa Barbara, California
WHINEY LITTLE BITCH
Bill Maher uses this term to describe Trump, but this time I'm using it to describe his performance at the Arlington Theater in Santa Barbara this past Saturday. Everybody walked out of the theater in silence, probably thinking what my friends and I were thinking...what was that all about?? His attitude was terrible. The show lasted a little over an hour. He had a couple of hecklers in the audience, but a good comedian always has some good comebacks. He was so mad, at one point, we thought he was going to walk off the stage. He hurried through his material and it was stale. I'm a liberal and a big fan of Billl Maher but this was a very disappointing performance.
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