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There’s a bunch of great comedy DVDs coming out just in time for Christmas – and we’ve put together 5 packs, featuring 4 of the DVDs, for you oi win!

Universal Pictures Home Entertainment is releasing a range of live stand-up comedy DVD titles from a selection of the world’s best comedians. Strap yourself in and get ready for a laugh-a-minute ride as Universal helps you share the laughs this Christmas with these Cracking Comedy titles.

Dylan Moran: ‘yeah, yeah’
Dylan Moran, star and creator of ABC TV’s ‘Black Books’ is back with a brand new show, ‘yeah yeah’. Moran’s legendary stand up rants have sold out across the world, cementing this unkempt wordsmith’s reputation as one of the foremost comics of his generation. 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 and all delivered with Dylan’s renowned, shambolic charm…It’s simply Unmissable.
Dylan Moran recently completed a 3 month tour of Australia and New Zealand to sold out shows around the country, including the first Just For Laughs Festival at the Sydney Opera House.
Comedian: Dylan Moran

Tim Minchin and the Heritage Orchestra: Live at the Royal Albert Hall
Comedy rock super star, recent Helpmann Award winner and musical comedy genius, Tim Minchin is on the road with his biggest live show ever coming to DVD and Blu-Ray. This show includes brand new songs as well as those much loved Minchin classics, but this time, as you’ve never heard them before – with the backing of a 55 piece Heritage orchestra in England’s most prestigious venue.
Tim Minchin toured Australia in early 2011 and is due back on our shores in January 2012 for a National Tour.
Visit www.timminchin.com for more details.
Comedian: Tim Minchin

Eddie Izzard: ‘Stripped’ LIVE
Another hilarious helping of live comedy from the master of the surreal, Eddie Izzard! Hailed as one of the foremost Stand-Ups of this generation, who John Cleese has described as the missing ‘Python’, this is his first live stand-up DVD to be released in 6 years. Stripped was recorded at London’s Lyric Theatre and is a full display of his bizarre tangential, absurd, and surreal comedy.
Eddie’s previous 6 stand up performances are also available to own in 2 triple disc sets. ‘Eddie Izzard: The Early Years’ contains Unrepeatable, Definite Article and Glorious and ‘Eddie Izzard: The Later Early Years: contains Dress to Kill, Circle and Sexie.
Eddie Izzard will tour Australia and New Zealand in November and December 2011.
Visit www.eddieizzard.com for more details.
Comedian: Eddie Izzard

Billy Connolly: ‘You Asked For It!’
Relive the funniest moments from the master of observation humour, Billy Connolly. This release contains over 2 hours of some of his most popular footage, as chosen by his fans, from a career spanning nearly 4 decades and includes Billy’s first ever TV special from 1976, which has never been released on DVD before. Billy Connolly toured Australia and New Zealand in early 2011 and his new show, “Route 66”, based on the famous North American highway, has just begun airing in the UK.
Comedian : Billy Connolly

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About Alicia Malone

Alicia Malone is a Film Reporter, TV Host, Producer, Writer, Editor, and all around movie geek. She developed her taste for film at a young age, spending many a heady Friday night pajama-clad at the video store, picking out her 7 films for 7 days for $7. Bargain! While at school she created a Film Club, electing herself President. Eventually the School Principal asked her not to get up in assembly to talk about movies anymore.

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