When Goose's parents are killed in a car crash on Christmas Eve, his life changes utterly. Living with his increasingly senile Nan, his dog Mutt is the only thing keeping him sane. His only other friend is Frank, a former friend of his father. Frank's own life is falling apart and he has recruited Goose to help him carry out petty theft around the city. A year to the day since the accident that changed his life, Goose meets Anthony, a strange man who has forgotten who he is, but seems to know more about others than they know about themselves.
The artists on this compilation range from Rowan Atkinson to Eddie Izzard to Bill Hicks, and we've also included some previously unreleased material. There is eight years worth of material in this collection, and we hope that you enjoy it as much as we have enjoyed producing it.
Covering the Greeks, Sharks, World War II, and Star Wars, this performance was recorded in New York City during an American tour.
Recorded at the modestly sized West Beth Centre in New York City, this album is Eddie's first recorded outside the UK. It is a brilliant tour de force on empire, religion, and the relationship between Europe and America.
This album was recorded on 16 December '95 at the Shaftesbury Theatre London, on the last night of the 11-week run of Eddie's Definite Article show, and demonstrates definitively, the genius that is Eddie Izzard.
Eddie's 'bibilical' album, loosely set around the old and new testament, encompassing the 'death of Diana' and 'Armgeddon' sketches.
A 50-date tour is not unusal for this award-winning comedian, who has delighted audiences since he appeared at the Edinburgh Festival in 1989. This program was recorded during Eddie's record-breaking run at London's Albery Theatre in 1994.
This program was recorded at Brighton Centre, England.