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Sean Lock: Lockipedia was recorded at the world famous Hammersmith Apollo during the height of his sell-out tour of Britain and Ireland. Sean is at his unstoppable best as he mixes stand up with his new audience interactive section ‘Lockipedia’.

©2011 Sean Locke; 2011 Universal Pictures

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  • Tim P.
  • 07-19-17

What you see is what you get

I was a fan of the DVD and just needed something for a long drive.

I liked Sean on Cats does Countdown so thought I'd give this a go. Really pleased I did, have me laughing out loud while driving in some parts.

Good quality, does go quiet occasionally when he gesturing to crowd but nothing you can't work out what's going on

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  • Dr Zube
  • 04-24-14

Bloody funny!

Really really funny standup, the only problem being its a bit short, Lock is a seriously funny man. His material on Mince and Squash had me in stitches.

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  • Guy Clapperton
  • 04-12-13

Laconic style hides a frantic pace

What I love about Sean Lock is that he sounds as though he's chatting away like your neighbour - when actually the gags are flying thick and fast. He never, ever sounds forced, you haven't heard any of the jokes before but he always adds some new observation - on growing up, on wearing glasses, on the sort of laugh you hear when someone thinks they could have written better. It sounds so easy when he does it - I'd recommend this for anyone wanting to hear a master at work. The slightly cheesy beginning led me to lop a star off this one.

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  • patrick
  • 04-04-11

Grumpy Middle Aged man !!!

Just like me !!! very funny, you'll enjoy it!