Simon Munnery: Hello Trailer

Simon Munnery: Hello Trailer (2011)

01 January 2011 Comedy

It is an honour to present to you Simon Munnery's long awaited live DVD. It’s an amazing performance of over an hour and a half of standup, stories, songs and poems, accompanied from time to time by Mac on drums. Alan Parker Urban Warrior is here, as is Sherlock Holmes, and the Security Guard makes a welcome reappearance with three new jokes.

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