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Ross Noble: Unrealtime (2004)

Ross Noble's Unrealtime features two discs worth of hilarious stand-up and extras from his shows at the Garrick Theatre and Regents Park open air theatre.

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Cal Barton, Ross Noble

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Ross Noble's Unrealtime features two discs worth of hilarious stand-up and extras from his shows at the Garrick Theatre and Regents Park open air theatre.

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The definitive comic DVD
15 May 2006 | by Baldrick44See all my reviews

How much can one pack into a DVD? Ross Noble gives us that and more in his DVD charting two of his shows- his Unrealtime show at the Garrick Theatre, and the Outdoor show at Regents Park. By all accounts this would have been enough, as to hear Mr Noble prattle on about such nonsensical topics such as Hari Krishnas, Maths Hats ( ? ), Ice Cream Vans and Deaf Northerners would be enough to gain a laugh out of anyone not in the middle of rigor mortis. What makes this even better is the fact that Ross Noble has also placed on these two DVD's, a bounty full of extra footage, including previews of other gigs, adding up to about another 25 mins, outrageous subtitles and his own bizarre commentaries. Add all this together and you have the makings of a classic DVD that truly stands out from the crowd.


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