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AN EVENING WITH COMEDY LEGEND CHEVY CHASE is rated 1.5 out of 5 by 24.
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Rocco Buonvino Presents An Evening With Comedy Legend CHEVY CHASE Join Chevy Chase for an intimate evening this January to celebrate his illustrious career. One of the most honored and beloved actors of his generation, Chevy Chase first came to national prominence as a writer and performer with the original cast of NBC's "Saturday Night Live", for which he won two Emmy Awards. Soon after endearing himself to television audiences, Hollywood beckoned and Chevy made his feature film debut in the comedy-thriller "Foul Play" with Goldie Hawn. His many memorable films include: "Caddy Shack", "Seems Like Old Times", "National Lampoon's Vacation", "Fletch", "National Lampoon's European Vacation", "Spies Like Us", "The Three Amigos", "Funny Farm", "Caddyshack II", "Fletch Lives", "National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation", "Memoirs of an Invisible Man", "Cops and Robbersons", "Man of the House", "Vegas Vacation" and "Snow Day".

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Rated 1 out of 5 by from Probably the worst show I've ever seen We went to see a legend talk about his life and impressive career in comedy. Instead we were 'treated' to a confused, unprepared set, riddled with technical issues (I mean how hard is it to set up 2 microphones?!) and the interviewer going all over the place with questions and comments, focusing more on CC's music talent than his acting. He even playing a 35 year old song that no one remembers AT the main act, expecting him to remember the lyrics. I felt embarrassed for both performers as they limped and cringed their way through questions and answers, including some bizarre, inappropriate and presumably unvetted questions from the audience. Never been to such a poorly coordinated, prepared or performed show and am attempting to get my money back.
Date published: 2018-01-23
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Terrible I flew from the US for this show. What a disaster. The audio system was terrible, I couldn't hear anything from the interview. I've requested a refund but no response from the promoter.
Date published: 2018-01-22
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Bad sound, average host, cold venue, great guest Chevy kept it together and made it somewhat enjoyable in spite of an average host (didn't catch his name), really bad sound and sound issues and a cold venue.
Date published: 2018-01-22
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Truly awful Terrible sound. Terrible interviewer. Unwatchable rubbish. A total waste of money.
Date published: 2018-01-22
Rated 1 out of 5 by from A true shambles. Sound = appalling Host = even worse Ending the evening early and the host walking off stage = unacceptable Refund needed!!!
Date published: 2018-01-22
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Shocking but no fault of Chevy, who was on great form. Mike Reid ruined it for everyone!! Wow, were to start... I should start with the fact that I remember Mike Read fondly from my childhood watching Saturday Superstore, and was pleased to see a name I recognised as the host in the souvenir program. This feeling was short lived. Chevy looked great and was on really good form, Mike however, was as ill prepared as the sound engineers, the first 15/20 minutes of the "show" was sadly inaudible as the sound was not coming through the main speakers , I was sat in the stalls and couldn't here a darn word! Eventually they gave them hand held microphones and we were away. But we weren't prepared anymore than Mike Read was for what came next... Once the sound problems were fixed, Mike decided to just skim over Chevy's illustrious career in TV and film comedy and chose to talk at him about the things he likes to talk at people about, such as music, comic books and tennis.... much to the confusion of Chevy and over 3,000 fans who paid £55+ a ticket to hear Chevy tell a few funny stories from the films we all love so much. I still can't quite believe it really happened, in fact it was so awkward that it was trending on Twitter for 24 hours after! Chevy really did his bewildered best to keep the wheels moving, but every time he did Mike took a turn into a conversation cul-de-sac. Only a couple of his films were even mentioned, yet Mike talked about what he likes, namely Comic books, Steely Dan, Tennis and even genealogy right back to the The Mayflower!?! he even got his bloody guitar out and tried to get Chevy to sing a song no one remembered from 35 years ago... no one understands why?! At one point Chevy leaned forward and asked him " What is wrong with you?" Well, he read the room well as we were all wondering that!! Mike just replied awkwardly " Ah... good one..." and carried on with more irritating small talk, shortly after Mike left the stage without wrapping up the interview, leaving Chevy stood awkwardly on stage, so we gave him a standing ovation and he said thank you and left the stage. To quote one tweet I read, I never thought I would be involved in a car crash with 3,600 people..." We love Chevy and really hope he comes back to London again soon and do another Evening with a more professional and better prepared host!
Date published: 2018-01-16
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Car crash of an interview The poor sound quality resulted in my husband and I not being able to hear what was being said for the first half of the show. Mike Read's interview questions were shockingly poor plus he didn't follow up threads that Chevy Chase had offered him so the conversation was stilted and uninformative. And the guitar? Was Read channeling David Brent? it was so cringey. The people heckling were funnier than what I witnessed on stage. A massive waste of my money and a huge disappointment.
Date published: 2018-01-15
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Could have been great, but it was appalling! The sounds at the start of this show really set the scene. It was dreadful. It would seem there was no sound check and as such we spent the first 10 minutes barely able to understand what was being said. Surprisingly too, the producers had elected to employ the services of Mike Read. Nice guy, I'm sure but what is his relevance these days? Half the audience wouldn't have known who he was and the rest were frankly amazed he got the gig! I can only assume the producers decided to go cheap and what a mistake that was. Mike had no bond with Chevy, no connection and came out with so many random bits of information, much of which Chevy (being in his latter years) was unable to recall, let alone respond to which lead to a very awkward, cringe worthy interview. For all the comments about how bad Mike was (I readily admit, I thought he was terrible), but really it was the producers who are really to blame. They allowed this event to happen with minimal input and preparation and that is a sure fire route to failure! I would from now on avoid any Rocco Buonvino events.
Date published: 2018-01-15
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