I never expected for a moment to see that it was actually the Denis Healey who was the first act. He read out limericks to the audience.
He was looking a little frail but appeared to be enjoying himself while performing. It was his 96th birthday recently so as he went off the stage all the audience sang "happy birthday to you".
The whole show was great fun and I would recommend Stand Up for Labour. The show finished off with Andy Burham MP, who told a modified version of the classic joke about a man going into a pub with a parrot on his shoulder. I won't reveal the details in case he wants to use it again.