Participating in the manic mix of sketches and stand-up are special musical guests Toyah Willcox, Midge Ure, Suggs, Sophie Ellis-Bextor, Tom Robinson, and Tony Hadley. Lee is also joined by comedians Noel Britton, Mick Miller, Milton Jones, Rhod Gilbert, Mike Wilmot, and Aussie Trevor Crook.
Ably assisted by long-suffering sidekick Angela McHale and house band leader Steve Brown (Knowing Me, Knowing You's Glenn Ponder), Lee Mack brings you a new show for the 21st century. Where else can you hear Tony Hadley playing cops and robbers and Suggs amid ghostly goings-on? Just don't ask Midge Ure about Band Aid.
"Fast-moving, well executed and blindingly funny stand up." (The Times [London])
Having lived outside the UK for a while I've never heard of this guy but am really impressed with the show
3 of 3 people found this review helpful
I really wanted to enjoy this recording but it failed to hold my attention. Comedy is a very personal thing and obviously Mr Mack and I are not on the same wave length. I have enjoyed small doses of him on the TV but I found my mind wandering during this recording and in the end I just switched it off. You might love it, play a sample and see what you think - wish I had done. Live and learn.
2 of 3 people found this review helpful
What disappointed you about The Lee Mack Show?
I thought it was a live show but it is a tv series of the live show he did which isnt very good when yiur not watching it!
What was most disappointing about Lee Mack’s story?
It isnt a live gig
Would you be willing to try another one of the narrator’s performances?
If it isnt a live tv show
What reaction did this book spark in you? Anger, sadness, disappointment?
Any additional comments?
If I ciuld have my credit back I would spend it on something better!
1 of 3 people found this review helpful