Ross Noble's Australian Trip (2 Discs) Preorder - £9.99 delivered @

Ross Noble's Australian Trip (2 Discs) Preorder - £9.99 delivered @

Found 8th Apr 2010
Pre-order - Due for release on 17/05/2010 / Next cheapest I see is £12.85

Multi-award winning comedian Ross Noble now brings his latest adventure to DVD, this totally unmissable series is an epic 26,000 kilometre motorcycle journey combined with an eighty-five date stand up tour - and best of all is that all his hilarious exploits are caught on camera!

Noble's brand of comedy brilliance is constantly fresh and irrepressibly funny. His ability to find humour in every situation or topic guarantees a freewheeling experience like no other.

From Australia's capital cities to its smallest rural towns, see Noble turn the travel show on its head over the course of six hour-long episodes from the hit TV show. With extras aplenty, you'll see Ross go everywhere from Surfers Paradise to Sydney, Mildura to Melbourne, Ballarat to Bathurst. En route he visits, amongst other iconic places, Oz's now infamous giant tourist attractions - a prawn, an orange, a playable guitar and an oyster.

Footage from his massive journey is interspersed with live stand up so you can enjoy seeing a comic winging it in every sense. You probably won't learn anything but you'll definitely gain insight into Noble's rapid-fire brain, as he tackles everything from the sublime to the ridiculous, including an amusement park themed around the macadamia nut and Australia's only drive-thru brothel!

You'll discover places and things you didn't even know existed while howling with laughter at one of the quirkiest, sharpest and most engaging comedians working internationally today.

Ross Noble's Australian Trip sees an extraordinary talent take a ride that has to be seen to be believed.

# *Artwork subject to change
# Over 100 mins of bonus features
# 45mins of un-seen footage from Ross's tour and
# Dawn To Dusk featurette - which see's Ross take part in UK's toughest motorbike race ' The 24 hour Dawn to Dusk Enduro'
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Saw it on TV. I didn't find it that funny, too much documentary and not enough comedy. Nowhere near as good as his other DVDs or Ross Noble Goes Global.
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