Win Jon Richardson & Kevin Bridges' Brand New Comedy DVDs

We have 3 bundles to give away!

Kevin Bridges Jon RIchardson
Universal

Christmas time always sees the release of new stand-up specials on DVD and Blu-Ray and this year, fans of comedy have been treated to new releases from two of the best-loved comedians on the British scene at the minute.

Scottish favourite Kevin Bridges has just released his hilarious new show - The Brand New Tour - which he filmed over a run of consecutive nights at Glasgow's Hydro and Jon Richardson has Old Man available to buy. And to celebrate, we are giving away 3 bundles with both releases.

Richardson's Old Man delves in to the last few years of Jon’s life, bringing the audience along with him on the life-changing journey. Jon has left the perennial single life behind and become a husband and father, seen the UK vote to leave the EU and watched the rise of Donald Trump, all of which leaves him asking one question; why does it seem that no one else alive can correctly load a dishwasher?

Meanwhile, recorded in front of a hometown crowd at the landmark SSE Hydro in Glasgow, The Brand New Tour brings audiences in to the mind of one of the sharpest comedy talents the UK has to offer. With a career spanning 15 years Kevin Bridges already has the life experience of a man twice his age, helping him to hit the nail on the head with his shrewd outlook on the modern world. Whether musing on the current political landscape, social media, religion, hitting his thirties or his adjustment to life as a middle-class man in Glasgow’s West End, Kevin delivers formidable observations in a fresh and assured performance.

To be in with a chance of winning, simply submit your name and address details to contest@whatculture.com, remembering to quote 'Richardson And Bridges' in the subject line.

Both Kevin Bridges' The Brand New Tour and Jon Richardson's Old Man are available on DVD now.

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