Watching Alex Hornes Odds is a little bit like being back in your favourite teachers class at school, the one who was able to make even the most difficult and laborious of subjects enjoyable. Alex Horne certainly cannot be accused of tackling easy and predictable stand-up topics. A large majority of Odds is based around quantum physics, a subject which is pretty hard for the average Joe to get his head around, let alone find funny. However this comedian manages it beautifully and even manages to throw in a bit about golf along the way. Horne slips seamlessly between the profound and the mundane, and his natural stage charm and intelligence ensures that the eclectic subjects he discusses mesh with one another wonderfully. Gambling is the main thread line in this perfectly structured hour long show, with Horne using this backbone to leap off in various directions as he effortlessly allows the audience to take a glimpse into his slightly eccentric and geeky mind. Horne is a master story teller and his self deprecating and gentlemanly manner only makes him all the more endearing. There is an abundance of multimedia in Odds but this never feels forced or distracting, instead complimenting Hornes tales as they unfold. It is pretty clear from the opening few lines that Alex Horne is a comedian who relishes knowledge and is eager to pass this on to his audience. There are parts of this show that you might not quite understand but dont let that deter you. The lightning fast delivery and comfortable audience rapport will keep you on board. Alex Horne is an engaging and engaged presence and definitely one to watch.