The Best British Stand-Up and Comedy Routines
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The Best British Stand-Up and Comedy Routines

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With an introduction to each artist, transcripts and audio of the routines and special added extra material bring you the following. Rory Bremner, the best impressionist in the world, does Prince Charles Monty Python's unmatched Dead Parrot Eddie Izzard's bizarre world reaches its height in Cats and Dogs Lenny Henry does Delbert Wilkins, the Brixton wide-boy born of the fa...more
Paperback, 480 pages
Published October 19th 2006 by Running Press (first published October 18th 2006)
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This contains select comedy monologue scripts on various episodes, topics (real and imaginary)of interest mainly to the British. The setting is also markedly related to the British media persons and projects.
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