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The League of Gentlemen: Live at Drury Lane (2001)

The award-winning Black Comedy series takes to the stage of London's Theatre Royal Drury Lane.

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The award-winning Black Comedy series takes to the stage of London's Theatre Royal Drury Lane.

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Pauline: My God, I've never seem so much dole scum under one roof before. Has no one got a job in here? No, you're all too busy flicking yourselves off to Ann Robinson!
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Extremely hilarious, The League of Gentlemen live surprised me :)
11 April 2003 | by (Leicester, England) – See all my reviews

This is a DVD/Video for any League fan. Strange scenes, twisted and dark... this is The League of Gentlemen Live.

The best thing about this show is that the actors do not dress up (well they do for some scenes but for most they do not bother), and it makes no difference due to their brilliant acting skills. The facial expressions make what the character is in this show.

The guys did a brilliant show here, it must have taken alot of practice doing sketch after sketch after sketch.

You see a variety of your basic League sketches (Papa Lazerou, Go Johnny Go Go Go, Pauline and Kathy Carter Smith, Tubbs and Edward) along with your new sketches that were made specifically for the Live show (Les McQueen performing his new hit single "Tie Wakka Wakka Pumpkin Face" from his album "Moods", The "Fag Hag" Tish, and Legz Akimbo's performance of the play "Scumbellina" - a play about a young girl living in the north).

A great laugh, but only really for the League Fan.


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