Live At Her Majesty's: Frenetic comedian Lee Evans captured at his hilarious best at Her Majesty's Theatre in London.
Live From The West End: Typically frenzied stand up comedy from Lee Evans in London's West End.
Different Planet Tour: Fan favourite Lee Evans captured in front of a capacity crowd in London's Lyric Theatre.
Live In Scotland: This is the side-splitting grand finale at the Edinburgh Playhouse of Lee Evans' 100 date sell-out UK tour. Lee performed to over 150,000 people and shows us why he is described by the critics as "one of our finest living comedians".
Against the backdrop of a giant kilt and sporran, Lee invites you to watch the "Lee Evans Trio" where he attempts to play all the instruments at the same time. He then takes you on a hilarious journey from evolution, running in flip-flops, shopping, the difference between men and women, to Brits abroad and the joys of television.
Lee Evans Live in Scotland is over an hour of superbly physical comedy, ending with a climatic and rousing finale. Lee, accompanied by the "Glencore Pipe Band", sings "Suicide" leaving the 3,000 audience cheering and begging for more...
Live At Wembley: In October 2002 Lee Evans had the privilege of being the first comedian to perform solo at London's Wembley Arena. The two nights at the Arena ended an impressive 113 date national tour during 2002. Lee performed in front of a sell out crowd of 10,000 on both nights, the biggest ever live one-man comedy show in the UK.
This DVD captures the emotion from this momentous occasion with two hours of energetic comedy and witty observations, concluding with a show-stopping finale featuring the City of London Choir. Accompanying this fantastic live show is a specially filmed behind the scenes programme at the Arena plus an impromptu encore of Lee's award-winning version of Bohemian Rhapsody.
XL Tour 2005 Live: Since making his mainstream breakthrough at the 1988 Edinburgh Festival, Lee Evans has become one of the UK's best-loved comedians. Despite branching out into hit Hollywood movies such as The Fifth Element and Something About Mary, stand up is still the best way to experience all the manic artistry of Lee Evans!
The Ultimate Experience Live: Classic stand up routines from the impossibly energetic Lee Evans.