‘The first act is Sean McLoughlin. Looking lanky and lacklustre – the Leeds scene hadn’t seen him before. He turns out to be amazing”¦. McLoughlin’s parallelisms between intelligence and idiocy were brilliant. Alarm bells of future stardom rang in my ears.’ Leeds Student Online
Despite his relative youth and unassuming beginnings, Sean McLoughlin has managed to carve himself a spot as one of the better young acts on the circuit. As well as being booked for numerous 15 minute and 20 minute slots, Sean also appeared at the Edinburgh Fringe in 2008 and 2009.
“Sean McLoughlin, though relatively new, offers some fine laughs…The original, personal subject matter is what holds the audience, but he has found some fine, bitter lines to illustrate it, and the set does twist in genuinely unexpected directions”¦ Powerful stuff.” Steve Bennett, Chortle.co.uk
‘Opening comic Sean McLoughlin’s animated meanderings on sexual failings and Catholicism proved hilarious’ Latest 7
‘The last act of the last show, McLoughlin was the perfect end”¦ A student, he subverted some initial expectation to great comedic effect.’ The Skinny
‘Following was Sean Mcloughlin, an edgy comedian who performed a dark and explicit routine, which was shocking, but funny.’ The Newcastle Chronicle.