The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy: Live in Concert

  • by Douglas Adams
  • Narrated by Douglas Adams
  • 1 hrs and 13 mins
  • Performance

Publisher's Summary

Just keep laughing and nobody will get hurt! Author Douglas Adams kidnapped an audience and held them hostage for 90 minutes at London's Almeida Theatre. The audience members were subjected to extremely hot August temperatures and Adams's dramatic solo performances of excerpts and scenes from his wildly funny, wildly popular books The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, The Restaurant at the End of the Universe, and Life, the Universe and Everything. LEARN how to fly! HEAR about Arthur and the Irrational Sofa! GROAN at Marvin's escapade with the Frogstar Battle Robot! Adams may have a cult following, but it's the happiest cult around, thanks to his inventive, absurd, and impish humor which comes through fully in this release.


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The Truth, the Whole Truth, & nothing But the Truth . . . . .
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- C. G. Brown

A chance to hear the definitive version...

This production isn't the type that'll win awards.

This is not an important detail.

It's not glossy, well produced and sometimes the quality of the recording is barely adequate.

None of these are important details either.

It's a chance to hear Douglas Adams read his wonderful prose in a live environment, the literary equivalence of the rock-god slamming his fender in front of a sweaty, thrashing crowd.

The joy of Audible is hearing authors read their own work, the extra detail inferred from an inflection or simple pause adds layers of delicious delight without adding words.

To hear Douglas do this is a treat and if you're a fan of his work then this really does demand your attention.

This last point is an important detail.

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- Lee Grant

Book Details

  • Release Date: 16-12-1999
  • Publisher: Phoenix Books