Seann Walsh was welcomed to the Latitude festival comedy stage on Friday by a packed out tent and a roaring audience.
Immediately Seann talked about how things have changed since his last visit to Latitude. Talking about being a 30 something and how things have become very very different for him.
Seann’s set took the audience on a nostalgic journey. With observational comparison to the modern day life of a 30 something and his childhood. He talked about televisions on wheels in school, the trials of illegally downloading music with dial up internet and dinosaur shaped food with beans. Everything Seann ate as a child came with chips and beans.
In direct comparison Seann talked about everything, that he feels, is wrong with the world now. From our consumption of Corgetti and nuts, to everything wrong with what we post on social media. Seann is officially a grown up, albeit in rebellious disguise. With a home of his own, complete with grown up problems such as crumbs. Also living with a vegan girlfriend, whom he blames for his grown up healthy living wannabe state.
Ranting throughout his set, he admits he is submitting to the pressures of being a 30 something. Despite claiming he does this reluctantly and at times in his own rebellious way. Which all fans of Seann love him for. Within this set at Latitude festival he emphasised his position as a role model for the defeated rebel.
Seann is currently filming a new ITV sitcom Band Move. He will star along side Jack Dee and Kerry Godliman due to air this Autumn. Although at the moment his role in the show is unknown.
He is also set to perform at a variety of venues across the summer. Including V Festival and a performance of his own show ‘One Man Standing’ a Leicester Square Theatre. For more information about where to see Seann live click here.
Seann Walsh – Latitude Festival Review
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