1 January 1992
The “Bulldog On Valium” lets fly with an unforgettable performance which captivates a packed house at the Duke of York’s Theatre in London. Britain’s most stylish comedian makes it a sensational night with biting routines like Radiator Man, Sodding Typical, Home Knits and Craft Fair. The star of his own television series has had the critics raving - and you’ll be in no doubt why after more than an hour of non-stop, hard-hitting stand up comedy.
30 December 1999
Filmed at London’s Gielgud Theatre at the culmination of his 1998 tour, Jack Dee Live and Uncut puts the UK’s favourite “whinger” in his element—on a stage performing stand-up comedy. Dee has presence in his orange shirt and tailored blue suit, but although he’s derogatory about himself—he’s a stay-at-home man, he’s short, he’s fat—he’s also unapologetic. Dee isn’t afraid to throw harsh words at his audience or swear like the proverbial navvy along with an onslaught of observational humour. He doesn’t go in for surrealism, one-liners or complex structural payoffs. He prefers to tackle one subject at a time, explore it, then move on. His themes are universal rather than original but he usually brings a fresh perspective. Take builders… he puts himself at the centre of their Neanderthal attentions rather than women.
18 November 2002
Jack’s back! The king of glum returns to the stage and he is as bitter and cynical as ever. Recorded live at London’s Hammersmith Apollo after a four month sell out tour of the UK and Ireland, Jack continues to demonstrate his inimitable brand of deadpan comedy. If you weren’t there this is your chance to experience this outstanding show.
1 October 2005
Following his sell out 100 date UK tour, deadpan stand-up comedian returns to the Hammersmith Apollo. Jack’s set includes blistering attacks on everything from Kendal Mint Cake to D.I.Y. stores, and observations on family life.
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