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    Does anyone know of a DVD box set for all of Bill Baileys stand up including tinselworm this is or will be coming out? Thinking of it as a christmas present

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    This one has them all: £27.93

    thehut.com/hut…261

    http://thcdn.com/productimg/100/dvd/89/888589_DV_M_F.JPG

    Cosmic Jam:
    Enjoy Bill Bailey's debut live stand up show - Cosmic Jam, filmed at The Bloomsbury Theatre, London in 1996. In this classic show, Bill explains why Bryan Adams is perhaps the greatest ever exponent of the rock anthem, demonstrates the influence Cockney music has had on the great classical composers, and warns of the perils of a world ruled by insects, whilst playing the second biggest gong in Britain.

    Bewilderness:
    Bill's original stand up show Bewilderness is a comedic triumph, filled with gags, classic jokes and a multitude of melodic wonders in true Bill Bailey style. Special features include song and joke menus, Legacy of Dreams exclusive interview and the world's first interactive Shed Game.

    Part Troll:
    Bill Bailey, star of Never Mind the Buzzcocks and Black Books, is the funniest bearded, babling, bug eyed druid the world has ever seen. His incredible Part Troll tour was the smash hit live comedy show of 2004, playing to packed houses all over the country. Filmed at Hammersmith Apollo, this extraordinary show features a truly great comedian at his brilliant best.

    Tinselworm:
    With his thoughts on tattoos, jazz anthems, post war banking secrecy, guinea pigs, the majesty of emo, chicken kiev...plus brilliant animation, duelling sitars, motorised trouser- presses and the recreation of an Al-Queda quiznight, this is Bill's most ambitious and spectacular show to date.
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