Star of BBC2's Mock The Week, Andy Parsons releases his brand new hilarious stand-up DVD Gruntled Live 2011 on 14th November 2011 from Universal Pictures (UK). Recorded as part of his celebrated sold out tour at London's Shepherd's Bush Empire, Gruntled Live 2011 sees the return of Andy's clever politically inspired bemusements and disappointedly crushed enthusiasm. Mixing topical messages and personal anecdotes, Gruntled is the second DVD release from one of Britain's foremost comedians.
Andy is Gruntled; from finding some underpants in a jar of mayonnaise to poorly-attended Edinburgh debuts, awful gigs, medical tales and relevant issues, such as the matter of offence in comedy, he found that the more of the country you see, the more chance your mayonnaise will contain underpants! So this time Andy will be holding nothing back. Everything will be all hanging out. It will be nothing but the whole truth, slightly embellished. This is an intelligent, thought provoking show by one of our most astute comedians.
Andy has enjoyed huge success as a writer and performer on television and radio as well as on stage. He was a main writer on the original Spitting Image (ITV), is a regular on Mock the Week (BBC2) and has made appearances on amongst others, QI (BBC2), The Politics Show (BBC1), Newsnight (BBC2), Saturday Live (ITV) and Live at the Apollo (BBC1). Andy was also in the stellar line up for Channel 4's Comedy Gala At The O2. In 2009 he also released his debut stand-up DVD Britain's Got Idiots through Universal Pictures (UK) which aired on BBC2 in 2010.
Andy's radio credits include Never Write Off The Germans (BBC Radio 2) Fighting Talk (BBC Radio 5 Live), The PMQ Show (BBC Radio 5 Live) Parsons and Naylor's Pullout Sections (BBC Radio 2) and creating two series of The Lost WebLog of Scrooby Trevithick (BBC Radio 4). Andy's renowned stand-up performances have taken him all over the world at prestigious comedy festivals in Australia, Kilkenny and Edinburgh. Awards include being crowned winner of the 2006 Montreal Comedy Festival 'The Comedy Showdown', winner of the 2004 New Zealand Comedy Guild Best International Act and winner of the 2002 Time Out Best Comedy Award.
- High speed version of show
- Phone call section to fans
- Single camera version from another theatre including marriage proposal
Please note - Disc special features are subject to change, may differ from format to format and/or may differ from region to region.