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Summary

Take a trip with Adam Hills and his sold-out crowd at London's Hammersmith Apollo to the Clown Heart of comedy.

In this live recording, Adam and his sign interpreter, Catherine, join forces with a willing audience to create some onstage stars and hit a few comedic high notes. Along the way he embraces love, life and death with his inimitable positivity, laughing in the face of tragedy and 'kicking cancer in the d**k'.

©2017 Universal Pictures UK (P)2017 Universal Pictures UK

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Hard to follow when a lot of the jokes are visual

There was definitely some funny bits and I totally love the " kick Cancer in the dick" part. But a lot of the jokes are visual, so you miss the full effect of the show.

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Basically the audio from the DVD

What about Adam Hills’s performance did you like?

He is considerate, compassionate, and funny.

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

I didn't plan to, but ended up doing so.

Any additional comments?

It would really be better to watch the DVD (or stream it if it is available). A fair amount of the jokes are visual (what is happening on stage), so you miss them on the audio version. He talks about having a woman signing the jokes for the deaf members of the audience, an audible listener would benefit from described audio version so we can get the most of this performance.