FRANK SKINNER LIVE
Frank Skinner made his television debut in 1988. After five minutes of stand-up which had the studio audience in fits, the station received 131 calls from outraged viewers including a cabinet minister and the head of a major airline. Frank never looked back. Here he is, live and uncensored, performing the act that won him the 1991 Perrier Award for Comedy. FRANK SKINNER LIVE AT THE LONDON PALLADIUM
The Perrier award-winning star of BBC TWO's Fantasy Football League and BBC ONE's The Frank Skinner Show performs live and uncensored stand-up comedy to a sell-out audience at London's Palladium.
FRANK SKINNER STAND-UP LIVE FROM BIRMINGHAM'S NATIONAL INDOOR ARENA
Experience Frank Skinner's wicked sense of humour in this completely uncensored and positively hilarious brand new show, recorded live at Birmingham's National Indoor Arena as part of his sell-out 2007 UK tour.
"Some TV stars play at stand-up. Not Skinner - he's the real deal." (
"Britain's sharpest comic mind." ( The Sun)
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Frank in name, frank in nature
Maybe not, subject matter is a bit near the knuckle and fairly one dimensional. Certainly think it should carry and age restriction warning as I couldn't play this in the company of younger people - or maybe the very old as well! Also some references are dated now and there's visual humour that is lost
Some of the visual gags cannot be imagined so you miss out. having embarked along a "let's shock 'em with sexual talk" I expected there to be other topics interspersed but it was pretty much mono-themed
This was three stand up routines so this field isn't strictly relevent. However, it gives me an opportunity to say I like Frank Skinner and have been to see him live. Very funny. Unfortunately, I felt a bit let down as he has a wide pool of subject to extract humour and here it was mostly themed about his sexual experiences
Yes - newer material, or even a dip into his back catalogue to get wider topic areas provided references aren't too dated
- Stuart A. McIntosh
Frank Skinner The Standup Collection