Glenn Wool - No Lands Man
Ever wondered what a "cross between Jack Black and Meatloaf" (Independent on Sunday) would be like? Well, wonder no further as one of our coolest comics on the circuit releases his second DVD, No Lands Man.
Glenn Wool has become a man of no fixed address, conquering the world one country at a time. Working his way through India, Singapore, Hong Kong, China, Holland, Dubai, Bahrain, Abu Dhabi, America, Canada, Indonesia, Sweden, Norway, Denmark and Malaysia, he's cracked jokes, got into scrapes with Indonesian customs officers, watched beavers, got too drunk to see an Iron Maiden concert in Belgium, and everything in-between. It's the kind of material that has kept him off the likes of the Comedy Roadshow, but now this is your chance to see one of the world's greatest comedians at his very best.
Glenn will have you peeping through the window of his nomadic life, jam-packed with experiences distilled to perfection and poured into a laughter-crammed, sharply intelligent hour of straight-up and honest stand-up comedy.
If Glenn looks familiar, that's because you may have caught him on Never Mind The Buzzcocks, Russell Howard's Good News, The Stand Up Show, The Live Floor Show, 28 Acts In 28 Minutes or The Comic Side Of 7 Days, all for the BBC... or maybe you've seen him on The World Stands Up, Comedy Blue or Edinburgh And Beyond on Comedy Central? He's also a regular on ITV's Comedy Cuts, and wrote and starred in Channel 4's What's The Story?, so that could be it too.
First released: Monday 10th December 2012
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