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Summary

Dylan Moran star of 'Black Books', 'Shaun of the Dead' and 'Run Fat Boy Run' is about to spread a little happiness with a brand new live DVD for 2011. Ageing, religion, kids; relationships intertwine with the general absurdities of life. Searing observations and sumptuous imagery, painted across a large fraying canvas with cruel, curmudgeonly 'Moranesque' brush strokes are all delivered with Dylan's renowned, shambolic charm... Simply un-missable.

©2011 Dylan Moran (P)2011 Universal Pictures UK

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Dylan Moran is his usual self.

If you know and enjoy Dylan Moran, you'll love this. He is as erratic and whimsical as usual. Great stuff.

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great

great comedian. I loved him in black books. he wrote that too. I love this show

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Laugh out loud

A poet of the surreal and the everyday. Few comedians can keep an audience in stitches for so long.

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love it!

wow absolutely fantastic! loved every minute off it :) :) :) :) :) :) :)

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beautiful

Best stand up to listen on a rainy day on your way to work...keeps u giggling the rest of the day...disclaimer: u may look strange... own it.

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top of his game as always

Dylan Moran is a comedy God. His abstract observations along with child like sense of joy coupled with a poetic surrealist delivery and unstructured performance makes his act relaxed, always surprising and above all funny . I've loved Dylans work since the first 2 minutes of first seeing him in black books. I was like nuuur and he was like nuueeer. :)

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Yes yes yes.

Obviously everything about this is fantastic can't you see it in the ratings?! I've not actually met anyone who doesn't like his humor but I personally love it. He is hilarious, every show of his I have experienced I have laughed so much at, and not just a polite chuckle, I haven't just thought I should have found something he's said clever or funny and so had a vague whimper of laughter. It has been spontaneous uncontrolled hysterics. If you haven't seen it I don't know why you would buy an audiobook instead of the DVD but you need some form of him in your life.

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A return to splendor for Moran

Most certainly worth a listen. Moran's style is like no other I have heard. The audio is good quality and translates very well into audio only content.

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Exce!lent. Dylan on top form throughout

So brilliant. Needs several repeats to appreciate it fully. Original and oblique humour combined with great insight into our pyche.

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Moran at his best

Loved it. Moran at his sarcastic biting best. Will look at the other performance now.

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  • 07-01-22

its only an hour. dont use a credit

I love Dylan. this stand up is fantastic. this is a stand up routine not a book. its only an hour is long. dont use a credit, pay cash. but I will listen to this over and over again to catch his suttle hints and bits I couldn't hear bc I was laughing too hard.

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  • 17-02-18

Wonderful

What did you like best about this story?

Moran is very funny. The album was easy to listen to, and I have done so about 10 times already.

What about Dylan Moran’s performance did you like?

His delivery is very good, as are his jokes. They are thoughtful and do a great deal with word play.

Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

Laugh.

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  • Ryan Grant
  • 04-08-15

Comic Relief

I'm a huge fan of Dylan so this should be taken lightly unless you know his style. Nobody is safe and you will probably be offended at some point but it's worth it to hang in there for the next laugh.