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  • Actors: Ed Byrne
  • Directors: Matt Askem
  • Writers: Ed Byrne
  • Producers: Ed Byrne, Lisa Clark
  • Format: PAL
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: 15
  • Studio: Spirit Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: 23 Nov. 2009
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (25 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B002GDM2U0
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 39,609 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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Half toff, half pikey, all comic! Ed Byrne is undoubtedly one of the funniest comics working today and his Different Class tour has been his most successful show ever. Lauded by critics and audiences alike, this blistering one man show takes in such diverse topics as WAGs, Goths, the class system and DVD piracy as well as frank and honest tales about Ed s upbringing, his parents and his recent nuptials. Filmed in Glasgow, the city where he started as a stand up 16 years ago, Different Class shows Byrne at the very top of his game and demonstrates why he really is in a class of his own. Extras: Fake Orgasm and In-vision Commentary with Jimmy Carr & Ed Byrne.

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By jaybee_bug on 18 Jan. 2011
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It's difficult to add anything useful to the reviews that have already been done, so I'll be brief and to-the-point. There are a lot of comedians out there, but Ed Byrne is in a class of his own. (Haa. See what I did there?) But seriously, Ed's humor is very clever, cheeky, and intelligent, and if you appreciate good comedy you won't regret getting the DVD.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By NatalieE on 10 Jan. 2011
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this dvd is absolutly brilliant!
and it is mega funny. i was in stitches and was proper having belly laughs and a few snorts XD and my jaw was hurting after a while from laughing to much.
i recoment anyone buying it if you want a right laugh.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By S. Petherbridge on 28 Dec. 2009
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Once again, Ed Byrne offers hilarious commentary on everyday aspects of our lives. While the show is called 'Different Class',he doesn't just look at class differences, he talks about everything - from his wife, to his friends, his family, feminism, and comedy in general, and so much more.

All in all, a fantastic show! Well worth the buy!
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Darra Joyce on 21 Jun. 2010
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Irish comedian Ed Byrne is a familiar face on British TV screens, thanks to appearances on the BBC's `Live at the Apollo' and panel game shows like `Mock the Week, ' `Have I Got New For You,' `Never Mind the Buzzcocks' and `8 Out of 10 Cats.' In `Different Class,' some of his famous routines are given another airing, but there's also a raft of new material, much of which deals with relationships and married life (Byrne married several months before this DVD was recorded).

Established fans should be aware that a fair percentage of the material in this show will be familiar from earlier performances (the girl at the airport, Hostel 2, the DVD piracy warning, kids arming themselves, getting `stepped to' by an emo, snowboarding and skiing, sleep / snoring, falling in love versus being in love, couples watching porn together, etc). I was initially a little disappointed to hear so many jokes with punch-lines that I could remember, and therefore anticipate, but I still found it rewarding to sit through these segments, just to see how Byrne occasionally puts a new spin on old jokes (I won't post any spoilers, but stick with it and you'll get a great many laughs from the ingenuity on display - the explanation for his collective nouns, `a mood of Goths' and `an isobar of emos' is particularly clever). He even manages to wrong-foot the viewer on one or two occasions. For example, early on in the show, he talks about the 25tth anniversary re-release of the Michael Jackson album, `Thriller.' I rolled my eyes at this point, expecting it to segue into a re-tread of his Alanis Morisette skit (which is deservedly famous, but also a number of years old). Thankfully, though, he avoids the obvious and goes off a refreshingly unexpected tangent.
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11 of 15 people found the following review helpful By E. Mackay on 3 Oct. 2009
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I saw this show in Aylesbury in March 2009 and absolutely loved every minute of it. Ed Byrne is a rare breed of intelligent comedian, whilst managing to be hilarious at the same time. The show is based heavily on the class system (unfortunately we did not conform to the stereotypical Aylesbury audience, as we actually live in Inverness and decided to see him there with a friend who lives nearby) and I found myself agreeing with pretty much every point he made, whilst laughing hysterically the whole time. I fell in love with him after watching the "Pedantic and Whimsical" DVD, another DVD I would highly recommend, and find it a real shame that he doesn't seem to have caught the same kind of wave of appreciation as, for example, Michael McIntyre or Lee Evans. However, saying that, I found the ambience of the show we saw was greatly improved by it NOT being a huge audience, something you would probably have to contend with when watching those two comedians.

Anyway, this DVD is on my pre-order list. I cannot fault the show I saw at all.
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WOW! What can I say?...I am a massive Ed fan and I certainly wasn't disappointed. He is a brilliant comedian with hilarious observational humour. The dvd was great value - both for its price and the laughs it gave! Sounds corny - but it really is a 'must have' dvd!
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10 of 14 people found the following review helpful By K. J. Pritchard on 25 Aug. 2009
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Much to my shame, it was only a year ago i started to take notice of the genius that is Ed Byrne. After seeing him on various panel shows and being vaugely aware of him as many people are (a fact made light of in this show by Ed himself), i bought a copy of his first DVD 'Pedantic and Whimsical'. Nothing short of a masterpiece, it raised the bar for every subsequent stand up DVD i bought. None so far have even come close to matching it, but i think if any can, it'll be this one.
I saw Ed twice on the 'Different Class' tour, in October '08 and Febuary '09, (which in itself shows that his material bares repeat listenings and veiwings), and on both occasions he was on great form, despite playing two very different venues (the first show was in Pontardawe Arts centre with an audience of around 120 people, the second in St. David's hall Cardiff with an audience of around ten times that).
Ed's style is really just straight-forward observational comedy, and sometimes you can be forgiven for thinking 'oh i know where he's going with this', as some of the topics he covers are standard fare for virtually all other observational comics, but never once will you be correct in your assumptions. Byrne's genius is in the way he hits his crowd with unexpected joke after unexpected joke, and also his seemingly effortless comfort and rapport with his audience. He's an amazingly charming performer.
Ed Byrne is one of the finest stand-up comics of all time. It's a shame this is only his second DVD, but i'm glad it's available nonetheless. Different Class? Says it all...
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