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The Rhod Gilbert Collection 1-3 [DVD]
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"Turbo-charged... magnificent"--Evening Standard
"Crammed to bursting with belly laughs"--Metro
Rhod Gilbert is one of the UK's hottest stand-up comedians. Show-stopping appearances on The Royal Variety Performance and Live at the Apollo have earned him his own hilarious hit TV shows Rhod Gilbert's Work Experience and Ask Rhod Gilbert. Each of these three live DVD's takes you on a comedic roller-coaster ride with Rhod's unique, surreal style of observational humour.
With his fantastical rants on life's minor irritations, from boastful mince pies, over-packaged potatoes, mind-blowing torches and disappearing luggage, to the incomprehensible duvet tog rating system, pointless tattoos and much more besides, very little of our stupid modern world is free from Rhod's razor sharp tirades. The multi award-winning comedian barely stops for breath in each of these hilarious recordings of his sell-out tours. Now all three live DVDs are available in one fantastic box set.
Includes the following live shows:
Rhod Gilbert and the Award-Winning Mince Pie
Rhod Gilbert and the Cat That Looked Like Nicholas Lyndhurst
Rhod Gilbert The Man With The Flaming Battenberg Tattoo
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I even watched the Batterburg Tattoo video not long after seeing the live show at Fairfield Hall...and still laughed out loud (not many comedians can do that to me) ...in part to be fair because the Fairfields acoustics for comedy are crap and I missed some of his under-the-breath mutterings.
Despite the apparent ridiculousness of the plots it easy to see yourself and others in his tales of woe.
Sometimes his self-flagellation for being so petty gets a bit indulgent but is more than made up for by the side-creasing humour.
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