Ricky Gervais has officially confirmed his plans for this summer. The comedian is currently working on online videos series “Learn Guitar with David Brent” – short episodes where the comic will appear again as the character of “The Office”.
HBO’s “Talking Funny” comedy roundtable of Ricky Gervais, Jerry Seinfeld, Chris Rock and Louis C.K is an hour long sit-down show recorded and aired last year but it still worth the watch. We are familiar with the work of the four comedians so there’s no need to say how much fun we’ve had and we can assure you’ll have it too.
Science is Ricky Gervais’ stand-up comedy, released on 22 November 2010 by the Universal Pictures UK and filmed live at the London Hammersmith HMV Apollo 2010. The stand-up comedy has a run time of 70 minutes and contains a bonus material absolutely hilarious, a second Meet Karl Pilkington interview. The main highlight of the bonus features is the When Karl met Warwick documentary.
Animals is a stand-up comedy, performed by Ricky Gervais, directed by Dominic Brigstocke. The stand-up comedy, released on 17 November 2003, by the Universal Pictures UK has a run time of 73 minutes and was filmed life at the Bloomsbury Theatre in London.
Politics is a stand-up comedy performed by Ricky Gervais and directed by Dominic Brigstocke. The 68 minutes stand-up special has been released on 15 November 2004 by the Universal Pictures UK. The DVD also contains a special features,Karl Pilkington.
Out Of England 2-The Stand-Up Special 2010 is a stand-up comedy performed by Ricky Gervais, directed by John Moffitt. The stand-up comedy has been released on 18 December, 2010 by the HBO Studio and filmed in Chicago, USA.
The stand up comedy concert: Out of England - The Stand-Up Special is Ricky Gervais first HBO stand up comedy special. This is the first time comedian Ricky Gervais has the chance to prove himself at one of the best known and most respected comedy channels: HBO. We love the way his routines work out when taking on sensible topics such as: Nazis, fame and autism. We also love the fact that on this video he called the United States of America a "third world country"! :)
Ricky Gervais`s Fame stand-up comedy show is part of his UK tour in 2007, which started in Glasgow in January and ended in Sheffield in April.