David ODoherty has been going from strength to strength since winning the Edinburgh Comedy Award in 2008, and this show is a total delight. He finds comic potential in an unlikely assortment of topics, from the poignant duet with Shakira that opens the show, to an extended bike repair consultation with the audience, to the closing anthem about human failings: We Are Not The Champions. Accompanied by his trademark tiny Casio keyboard, ODohertys stories and observations are unceasingly entertaining, and his goofy charisma creates comedy from even the most mundane observations. He is comfortable enough in front of this happy, packed-out crowd to roll around on stage and deliver anecdotes while lying flat on his back, and we hang onto every word as he tells us about the perils of train travel in the quiet carriage, or the time he caught fire in a pub. He warns us that there will be lulls among the lols, but these are rare, and swiftly dispersed with some brilliant facts about pandas (did you know that a blind-folded panda will always head north, due to their high iron content?) As ODoherty says, do you enjoy enjoyment? If so, youll love this.