Peter Kay's Phoenix Nights - Series 1 and 2 Box Set [DVD] @ amazon  £9.37
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Peter Kay's Phoenix Nights - Series 1 and 2 Box Set [DVD] @ amazon £9.37

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Found 26th Jun 2011
Set in a northern social club, Peter Kay co-writes and stars as a range of characters in this unique comedy classic. Peter plays Brian Potter, the wheelchair-bound owner of the fire-blighted Phoenix Club in Bolton, who's determined to see it rise from the ashes. Aiding Brian at the Phoenix are his motley staff: the resident MC Jerry St Clair (Dave Spikey); the dangerously keen electrician/DJ Ray; the useless doormen Max and Paddy; the bar and cleaning staff Holy, Mary and Marion; the gormless handyman Kenny; and the musical twosome Alan and Les (Les Alanos).

Phoenix Nights Series 1 sees legendary social club owner Brian Potter and his hapless band of staff and regulars determined to make the Phoenix Club a success, no matter what. Not even a racist folk band, an unforeseeable psychic or a drunken horse will get in the way of their dream that "club land will never die".

In Phoenix Nights Series 2, life is not going Brian Potter's way. He has lost everything: his license, his friends and his beloved Phoenix Club in a mysterious fire. But as Brian says, "there's only one way to go when you're on the bones of your **** and that's up". As he rallies the old gang back together, it's time to raise the Phoenix from the flames once again.
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Its been £9.99 on play for ages.

Now you've got me singing the black bin bags ditty in my head. Thanks!!!
I wish he would do another series, but it don't look like it's going to happen:(
Just finished watching my purchase from Play about a month ago. Ready to start watching it again.
Agreed, dont think we'll see any more.

Corned beef hash for tea today me thinks.
Its unlikely that there will be another series of Phoenix Nights due to disputes over the writing behind it. However a new series of Max and Paddy is being written.
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Its unlikely that there will be another series of Phoenix Nights due to … Its unlikely that there will be another series of Phoenix Nights due to disputes over the writing behind it. However a new series of Max and Paddy is being written.



Phoenix Nights was just superb. I am surprised
that more "Max & Paddy" are being made I just
found it quite a let down.
watch the first series directors commentary its another comedy in its self
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