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Carl Barron – Four Shows and A Movie

Carl Barron – Four Shows and A Movie
Release Date:
15th November 2017

5-Disc DVD boxset includes Live, Whatever Comes Next, Walking Down The Street, A One Ended Stick & Carl’s feature film Manny Lewis.

Carl Barron: Live
In this very special performance, Carl has the audience in stitches from the moment he walks out and says… “How’s it going?” In order to experience the true essence of Carl Live, we capture every moment, gag, grimace… etc – No fuss, just a really good belly laugh!

Whatever Comes Next
Join the all-conquering king of observational humour as he serves up part two in ‘Whatever comes next’. Features over an hour of Carl’s award-winning show plus special behind-the-scenes footage taking you on a journey you will never forget.

Walking Down The Street
Carl Barron’s topics jump from one to the other and backagain, until you find yourself helpless with laughter.What a show this was; a mixture of stand up, musical attemptsand crazy facial expressions. Barron captured his audiencefrom the word “go”. People were laughing so hard theywere either crying or nearly falling out of their chairs.As a first class comedian who plays off audience reactions withease, Carl Barron’s comedy brings out the funny side of everyday life.His show is worth watching just to hear his new spin on fart jokes.Walking Down the Street is quality Australian comedy, soachingly funny you may be in danger of wetting your pants.

A One Ended Stick
Australia’s most popular comedian is back with his fourth DVD, A One Ended Stick, and it’s his best yet!! Filmed live in front of a packed house at the beautiful Lyric Theatre in Brisbane. Come on a journey with Carl in this intimate 90 minute performance as he explores his favourite subject: everyday life. Half man, half child this is Carl doing what he does best-talking about the things we all relate to and making them very, very funny.

Manny Lewis
Successful Australian comic Manny Lewis (Carl Barron) finds himself at the height of his popularity, and at the depths of his loneliness. Disenchanted with his life and with himself, he focuses on his career and making others happy. After meeting the beautiful and complex Maria (Leeanna Walsman), Manny sees he may have a chance of falling in love, but first he must confront his past, heal his relationship with his father (Roy Billing), and learn to love himself. Can Manny Lewis trust love, or will he take comfort and hide in his career?