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A full live show from the Texan comedian and venriloquist. Voted the number one comedian by Comedy Central in 2008's 'Stand-Up Showdown', Dunham has become something of an internet phenomenon too. His routine with puppet, Achmed the dead terrorist, has been viewed over 50 million times on YouTube. As well as Achmed, the show features his other popular characters Walter the grumpy old man, Peanut the Woozle, and Jose the jalapeno pepper.
Live stand up performance from the British-Iranian comedian. Captured on his 2012 'Tour of Duty' tour, Djalili brings his trademark energy to the stage as he seeks to find comedy in the fraught terrain of religious and cultural divisions.
Collection of three stand up performances by British comedian Jack Dee. In 'Live at the Apollo' (2002), Jack is captured live at London's Hammersmith Apollo. 'Live Again' (2005) features scathing attacks on everything from Kendall mintcakes to family life and was recorded in front of a sell-out crowd. Finally, 'So What?' (2013) sees Jack back on stage after a six-year hiatus, returning with his characteristic deadpan humour and unwavering cynicism.
Pam Ann is the alter-ego of Australian comedian Caroline Reid. Her portrayal of the gutsy air hostess identifies the individual quirks of some of the biggest international airlines and their stereotypes, and mixes them with a generous dose of camp, glamour, riotus humour and double entendres. This collection of live sketches includes parodies of staff from Easyjet, British Airways, Virgin and Singapore Airlines.
All six episodes from the first season of the award-winning Channel 4 comedy series that launched Peter Kay's career. Set in and around Greater Manchester, the various spoof fly-on-the-wall 'docusoaps' portray characters including: Mr Softee the Ice Cream Man; Leonard, the oldest paperboy in Britain; egocentric pop star Marc Park; and Brian Potter, the owner of the Phoenix Club that became the subject of Kay's later 'Phoenix Nights' series. The mock-serious voiceovers are by Andrew Sachs. Episodes are: 'In the Club', 'Eyes Down', 'The Ice Cream Man Cometh', 'The Arena', 'Leonard', and 'Lonely at the Top'.
Scottish comedian Danny Bhoy, whose unique brand of storytelling and razor sharp wit has led to him being hailed as 'the stand up equivalent of Bill Bryson', performs a live show in Montreal.
Collection of four live stage performances by British comedian Michael McIntyre. In 'Live and Laughing', Michael is shown on stage during his 2008 UK tour, 'Hello Wembley' sees him perform at Wembley Arena in October 2009, 'Showtime' includes footage from his sell-out arena tour of 2012 and 'Happy and Glorious' captures his performance at the O2 Arena in London as part of his 2015 tour.
Expat American comedian Rich Hall performs live at London's Hammersmith Apollo, along with his alter-ego, the much-convicted country music singer, Otis Lee Crenshaw.
The flamboyant, tousle-headed, he'll-say-anything comic brings his caustic comedy to the live stand-up stage.
Double bill of live stand up performances from the Australian comedienne, who assumes the persona of an air hostess for her act. Pam Ann, the stage name of Caroline Reid, pulls no punches in her commentary on the idiosyncrasies of air travel and passenger relations. In 'Come Fly With Me' Pam's performance includes parodies of staff from Easyjet, British Airways, Virgin and Singapore Airlines. 'Live from New York City' captures Pam live in the Big Apple and features her usual blend of camp, glamour, riotus humour and double entendres.
Triple bill of live stand up performances from the British-Iranian comedian. 'Tour of Duty' captures Djalili on his 2012 tour of the same name, where he brings his trademark energy to the stage as he seeks to find comedy in the fraught terrain of religious and cultural divisions. 'No Agenda' was recorded at the Hammersmith Apollo in London during the comedian's 2009 tour, while 'Live in London' sees him perform at The London Palladium.
Double bill of stand up presentations featuring the Liverpudlian comedian and TV personality John Bishop. In 'The Sunshine Tour' Bishop reflects on his newfound fame at Liverpool's Echo Arena in 2011. 'The Rollercoaster Tour' captures Bishop on his sold out 2012 tour.
Stand-up comedy with Jeff Dunham. Join the hugely successful Ventriloquist, Jeff Dunham, and his hand crafted dummies, Walter, Peanut, Bubba J, José Jalapeño and Achmed the Dead Terrorist as they enter a haunted house. Filmed at the Lucas Theater in Savannah, Georgia, this is Jeff Dunham's fifth comedy special and promises to be as successful as previous outings due to his ongoing accomplishments as America's most popular Ventriloquist.
Irish stand-up comedian Ed Byrne performs live in Glasgow as part of his 2009 Different Class tour, offering his unique angle on such diverse topics as WAGs, Goths, the class system and DVD piracy as well as frank tales about his upbringing, his parents and his recent nuptials.
The death of the outspoken comedian Bill Hicks, in early '94, tragically foreshortened a career in which Hicks had proved himself as one of the most distinctive voices in the comedy world. In fact he was the Lennie Bruce of his generation.
This 'Prince of Darkness' was a sex, drugs and rock 'n' roll comedian! He could be loud and he could be outrageous but on stage he also exposed a creative imagination and a vision of the world which sometimes took him closer to the role of prophet than comic.
Winner of the Edinburgh Festival Critics' Award in 1991, Bill was driven by a distinctive passion in his work, a comedy built on conviction, that set him apart from other stand-ups.
Live stand-up performance from the eccentric funnyman, recorded during his sell-out 'Hooves' tour and featuring his brand new cordless microphone, his long-suffering sidekick Stouffer, and son Gary.
The Liverpudlian stand-up comic and TV star, John Bishop takes to the road once again on his sell-out 2012 tour.
Live stand-up show from Irish-Iranian comic Patrick Monahan. In August 2011 Patrick competed against nine other comedians in ITV's 'Show Me the Funny' and won the 100,000 pound prize money and a nationwide tour from which this performance has been taken.
Manic comedian Lee Mack, captured live. Mack's modern Norman Wisdom-type comedy is fast, frantic and brutal. Though his TV appearances would perhaps suggest something more tame or family-oriented, live, his show is let loose and takes absurdity to a new level.
A collection of the UK's best stand up talent join forces for a special charity concert in aid of Great Ormond Street Hospital. Recorded live at London's O2 Arena in 2013, the concert features performances from some of the biggest names in TV and comedy, including Jack Dee, Kevin Bridges, Lee Evans, Rhod Gilbert, Rich Hall, Seann Walsh, Michael McIntyre, Miranda Hart and Jon Richardson.The show also includes an alternative dance performance from 'Diversity'.
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