Sarah Millican is to release her sixth stand-up DVD in April.
Bobby Dazzler is her current live show, and Sarah is currently in the midst of the final run of international dates, having already concluded performances in the UK and Ireland.
Released as a digital download exclusively via her website in February, the show is now coming to DVD and will be available from 24th April.
Already Amazon’s number one seller in its DVD comedy category, pre-orders are open now.
The 90-minute show is accompanied by a range of extras:
Interview with Mickey Noonan
Sarah talks Taskmaster
Sarah talks about her dresses
A guide for Americans
Millican’s promoters tease: “In this, her sixth stand-up recording, you’ll learn about the best way to eat a kiwi fruit, how your vagina candle should smell, trying to lose weight but only losing the tip of your finger and a surprisingly funny smear test.”
Stand-up releases were once a huge part of the DVD and Christmas gift markets, but have almost disappeared in recent years amidst declining sales figures. Just two were released in the run-up to Christmas 2022 – from Rhod Gilbert and Tim Minchin – with zero issued in a number of other recent years.
The hilarious Sarah Millican is back with a Bobby Dazzler of a new stand-up show.
In this, her sixth stand-up recording, you’ll learn about the best way to eat a kiwi fruit, how your vagina candle should smell, trying to lose weight but only losing the tip of your finger and a surprisingly funny smear test.
First released: Friday 10th February 2023
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