Kevin Bridges - The Story So Far...Live in Glasgow [DVD]
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Kevin Bridges: The Story So Far…Live From Glasgow is the debut DVD from the UK’s fastest rising comedy star. Filmed in May 2010 at Glasgow’s SECC arena in front of a sold out crowd of 10,000 fans.
At the age of 23, Kevin, Scotland’s ‘Young comedy prodigy’ (The Guardian) has followed a meteoric path, from his appearance on BBC 1’s first episode of Michael McIntyre’s Comedy Roadshow to starring at Channel 4’s Stand Up For The Week. Other TV appearances include Live at the Apollo (BBC1), Friday Night with Jonathan Ross (BBC1), Have I Got News For You (BBC1), Mock The Week (BBC2), 8 out of 10 Cats (Channel 4), Channel 4’s Comedy Gala In Aid Of Great Ormond St Hospital (Channel 4).
Kevin’s unique brand of social commentary, astute observations and sharp one-liners arguably make him the hottest act to come out of Scotland in the last ten years.
Kevin’s Appearance on Michael McIntyre’s Comedy Roadshow Series 1
Quotes ‘It’s his eye for detail that has elevated him to a MUST-SEE act’ ***** Daily Mirror
‘Master of Stand Up at just 22. This is unmissable stuff’ ***** Daily Mirror
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Top Customer Reviews
Delighted with it. Good luck son.
I was born in Glasgow, but living in London most of my life I have lost my accent. I have however been surrounded by family members with strong Glaswegian accents, so have no problem understanding the humour. Yes, this whole routine is based on Glaswegian themes, but for someone who is so young (born 1986), it's not surprising that his experiences will be somewhat limited - not very well travelled, no children, not married etc... something other comedians can draw heavily on. This for me was good, as it meant he could go into detail about many things I could personally relate to. He didn't jump from children, to politics, to reality TV, as if just going through a pre-prepared list of jokes.
To try and be neutral, as everyone has their own taste in music/film/art, I would say have a look at some of the clips of this routine on Youtube, and if you think he isn't for you, then don't buy it.
I will say this, my favourite comedian of all time is Billy Connolly, but after watching this stand up it's going to be hard to watch Billy again as he feels slow by comparison. This will be a great addition to my small Blu-Ray collection.
A comedian is either funny or not. Why worry if they are not doing anything completely different. How many types of humour are there.
I am amazed that stand up comedy is still so popular as it has been around for a while now but along come a new crop that are just as funny. He is on a par with Dara O'Brian, Lee Mack and John Bishop who have come to the fore recently.
I saw him on his first mainstream appearance doing the bus stop joke. He obviously appealto a younger audience and he has loads of Scottish references which his audience love.
Stand ups have to be the master of verbal decterity and they are intelligent to notice what we all see but can't make humour out of.
I wonder if the critics have the skill to make an audiennce of complete strangers fall about laughing. I dont mind the eff word as long as it is funny. He is not as offensive as Frankie Boyle but they all have their place. He kept clear of bodily functions which suits me as I regard that as lazy comedy to just talk about bum. fart, willies.
He will be lucky to last long in such a competitive profession but he certainly has the skill.
The DVD industry and the media must love stand ups as they are a cheap form of entertainmnet. One bloke on a stage talking about his life what could be simpler.
I am definitely not his target audience as I am far too old but I thought it was great entertainment and I give it five.
Then I saw him live in Oban in the middle of October. He was brilliant. Topical, cutting, silly, sarcastic, ironic, dead pan - he hit every possible mark with ease. I am not a huge fan of stand up. I never have been. Most comedians can make me chuckle here and there, but for the entire show in Oban I was laughing out loud. He does his homework, and his timing is outstanding. The fact that he is able to genuinely laugh at his own stories makes him more entertaining. Twenty three years old - he has a long career ahead. You will not be disappointed.
As long as you don't mind his excessive use of the "f word", then you will absolutely love this. Even I don't like the unnecessary use of swearing, but this is just top, top notch stuff.
I really hope Kevin just gets better and better!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Everyone loves Kevin Bridges. I haven't got round to watching it yet.Published 14 days ago by shedesigns
Kevin is up to his usual standard in this very funny DVD .Published 1 month ago by Stephen Robertson s .robertson.