Randomist is acclaimed stand-up comedian Ross Noble's 3rd DVD release, and the result of a year on tour across two continents. Known for his freewheeling and improvisational style, Randomist captures Ross at his very best. The main feature, a 2= hour live show recorded in Newcastle, at the end of his UK tour - sits alongside an additional 6 hours of original footage following Ross on tour from August 2005 in the Scottish Highlands, and onwards for a year as he gigs throughout the UK, and then down under tour throughout Australia. The result is this monstrously bumper 4 disc set packed with live shows and documentaries, as well as the ridiculous amount of extra's Ross Noble DVD's have become known for. Contents:- Disc 1: Ross Noble - Randomist. Recorded Live at the City Hall, Newcastle. Encore. Will the show end before the car park closes? Scene Selections. Show Commentary. by Ross Noble. Hear Ross trapped in a tiny room guiding you through the show. Intro Film. Another classic animation seen at start of the live show. English Hard of Hearing Subtitles. Words on screen for the Deaf and that. Disc 2: Ross' Highland Fling. Feature length documentary. On and off stage footage as Ross tours the Scottish Highlands providing and insight into everything except the historical or culturally relevant. Live in Melbourne. Recorded at the Melbourne Town Hall. Show Commentary. By Ross Noble. Still in the tiny room slowly losing his mind. Disc 3: Australia Tour. More film of Ross both on and off stage as he tours Australia. Live in Stoke. From Victoria Hall, Stoke. Show Commentary. By Ross Noble. Now barking like a dog. Interactive Quiz. Answer questions to unlock a bonus show for the die-hard fans. Live in Birmingham. Bonus show only for those who have watched all the rest. Disc 4: The Randomiser. Play the randomiser to see more live footage from the tour played at Random.
"There's a rare heady energy to Noble that puts other comedians to shame." -- The Age - Melbourne
"Noble has rapidly emerged as a major force in British Comedy. -- The Sun
"The most brilliant stand-up of his generation." -- Sunday Telegraph