Ed Byrne - Different Class - Live [DVD] 
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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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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.
Anyway, this DVD is on my pre-order list. I cannot fault the show I saw at all.
All in all, a fantastic show! Well worth the buy!
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.Read more ›
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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After watching him on mock the week I decided to buy this DVD. He is hilarious and puts out relevant comedy. Read morePublished 23 months ago by F. Jacobs