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It’s clear to see that Lee Mack was conscious that this particular appearance was being filmed for his DVD. After numerous statements of, ‘This is for the DVD’ and his new suit and bright yellow boots which he’d bought especially for Going Out Live, it was obvious he wanted to stand out and be remembered. He certainly was.
From the moment the camera roles, the measured anarchism of Jim Jefferies is evident. On the surface Jefferies is a misogynistic comic who acts without thought or care – but behind the overtly masculine persona that underpins his ‘Alcoholocaust’ show is a genius with a wealth of brave, superbly delivered material. His show is about so much more than giving up drinking.