A good comedian can be judged by how they deal with hecklers.
In Justin’s case he was a professional.
Audience participation can be a vital part of stand-up comedy and allows the performer to dish out quick-thinking putdowns and clever one-liners that most of the audience agree with, especially at
gigs such as this one when the heckler isn’t saying anything interesting or funny.
During Justin’s 90-minute show, he delves into the world of Facebook and tries to dwindle down his 461 friends to just five after his Nanna told him that you are truly blessed if you can count your
true friends on one hand.
His finale is to find his fifth friend in the audience. Unsuprisingly it wasn’t the heckler.
Justin’s cheeky northern humour is bound to raise more than a smile in most places north of the Watford Gap.