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Alfie - The Bring Him Home Tour [DVD]

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  • Format: PAL
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: None
  • Dubbed: None
  • Subtitles For The Hearing Impaired: None
  • Audio Description: None
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: 12
  • Studio: Universal Pictures UK
  • DVD Release Date: 12 Mar. 2012
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (163 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0062WU7ZI
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 19,165 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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Filmed live at the Royal Festival Hall in London, during Alfie Boe’s sell out tour; the star of Les Miserables and the much loved tenor showcases his mesmerising and outstanding voice in his very own show Bring Him Home.

With an impressively diverse collection of tracks including the impassioned "Maria" from West Side Story, Ewan MacColl’s heartfelt "The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face", a truly breathtaking rendition of "Bring Him Home" from Les Miserables and an emotional performance of Martina McBride’s ‘In My Daughters Eyes’. Plus, Alfie performs a wonderful medley of James Bond theme tunes, and uniquely inspired renditions of tunes from Moulin Rouge, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang and much more.

Alfie is also joined on stage for some unique performances by his very special guests, including Matt Lucas, Melanie C, Tom Fletcher from McFly, Claude-Michel Schonberg and Shakira Riddell-Morales. The peoples favourite tenor, delights with a truly magical performance.

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I know that this dvd is not released yet but couldn't resist. I saw this in the cinema so generally speaking the DVD should be pretty much the same thing. It was absolutely amazing. Yes we would expect a note perfect performance from Mr Boe but what I was not expecting was his side splitting humour.!. At the begining it was clear that he was nervous but as the show progressed it was almost like a comic stand up show between each performance! and the prescence of Matt Lucas certainly did nothing to limit the fun as you can imagine. A genuinely lovely man with great character-- and I wasn't even witnessing it in first person merely admiring the man on screen.

Now of course one must discuss the actual musical merit of this concert even if the answer is pretty obvious. It was superb. He sung nearly every song on both of his newest cd's note perfect. The orchestra was magnificent and the songs allowed them to display their talents to the full. My only tiny disappointment was that he sung nearly every song yet left out music of the night-- but you can't have everything can you. Of course he had a les mis section of the night and was joined by a few special guests- some which were surprisingly good and some who blew your mind.

The ending was deffinitely not what i expected but was pure genius. Mr Boe set to prove that he can take any song and make it classical and operatic and he did just that.

BUY THIS!!! you will be rewarded with classic songs delivered note perfectly, an enchanting orchestra, comic relief-- needed after a few quite depressing songs, and a special performance from Mr Boe himself ON THE DRUMS!!! EPIC!!!!
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I was lucky enough to see this show live,I also met him at the meet and greet,I am a massive fan,so have this DVD on pre order, so desperate was I to relive the concert,but as much as It pains me to say it,I didn't enjoy this dvd I think they should have waited for him to settle into his performance before recording it.It didn't need guests being singled out either if you watch one of the celebs in particular,they looked uncomfortable at being picked out. Also Alfie always has singer with him she was (Becky Jane Taylor) when I saw him she was fantastic,I think It could have been Laura Wright? for this recording appologise if I'm mistaken, you see her come on to the stage in the end of the show???It could have been so much better. Alfies voice is a true gift, as is his easy charm and wit, a really lovely man, who would be upset if he thought he was giving anything but his best, he wasn't, but maybe others who are in control of the out put should have watched the dvd with a more critical eye. I for one would not have minded if they had recorded more than one performance. One more thing the orchestra were amazing, I was lucky enough to sit through the sound check they were superb, they complemented Alfie completely.I don't want to discourage anyone from buying and enjoying Alfies fabulous voice, maybe any future dvds need a bit more spit and polish.
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This was a present for my husband from our sons for Father's Day and we watched most of it last night. Alfie is amazing, he has an incredible voice and he strikes me as being a down to earth, very likeable chap too. However, I have to agree with other reviewers who say the guests let Alfie down. Matt Lucas, Tom Fletcher and Melanie C - really Alfie???? Why?????
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I had the good fortune to see Alfie's tour in Glasgow and thoroughly enjoyed the night. I couldn't wait to get the DVD, and when I did I can only say that I am disappointed. He appeared nervous, fidgeting with the mic stand all the time, and I was shocked to see him rely so heavily on the autocue. But the most annoying thing was that there were too many guests - and I thought I was going mad when they took their curtain call at the end - where did the girl in the purple frock appear from? Had I missed her song? Most bizarre. At the Glasgow concert there was only the soprano and the 'audience participation' for the Impossible Dream duet and that was enough. We're all there to hear Alfie sing, he doesn't need 'fillers'.
I was also extremely disappointed that two great songs were missing from this DVD - the Led Zepplin cover 'Kashmir' and the acappella 'Rank Strangers' which was spine tingling. Such a shame I won't get to hear them again via this DVD.
I'm assuming the London leg of his tour was fairly early on - by the time he did Glasgow - and a few others I've seen youtube clips from (Jason Manford, what a surprise!)he was obviously much more relaxed and interacted well with both his audience and the orchestra. Maybe filming in London isn't the be-all-and-end-all.

I'm still a fan of Alfie's and have already booked tickets for his tour next year, although interesingly enough the price of tickets has doubled! If they are planning to film this next tour, maybe his management should consider waiting til he's 'up north' and CUT DOWN ON THE NUMBER OF GUESTS!
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After being a long-time fan of Alfie's I was so delighted when I got my tickets for this London Concert at the Royal Festival Hall. Sadly for me though, I have never felt so disappointed and cheated by a performer as I was at this concert. I purchased a ticket to see Alfie, and found his show was completely awash with so many guest performers, who were vocally below him, I just couldn't see the point in it all. Alfie's voice is a gift, but singing with Melanie Chisholm from the Spice Girls and Tom Fletcher from McFly did nothing for me or my boyfriend (or our ears), and I can't understand why he even needed to invite them because their voices did not blend and indeed Melanie sounded like nails down a blackboard at times. Let's be honest, if you really love a voice like Alfie's it is highly unlikely you would like a voice like Melanie's (or Tom's). I know Alfie always says that there are two types of music (good and bad), but some of the choices he made that night were bad indeed. Laura Wright (ex All Angel), sung very competently, and I can completely understand why she was there and I didn't find her disappointing, the girl can obviously sing and I can't say anything bad about her performance at all. Alfie indulged himself that night, when he actually should have wholeheartedly indulged his fans who had paid good money to see HIM in concert and not so many guests. Also I found he was totally unprepared, things seemed to be slap-dash and he seemed to rely heavily on his auto-cue which was very off-putting when he was singing, auto-cue and beautiful ballads just don't go together, you just lose something in interpretation sadly.Read more ›
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