The National Theatre of Brent

Comedy performances starring Patrick Barlow
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The National Theatre of Brent is a British comedy double act, in the form of a mock two-man theatre troupe. Patrick Barlow plays Desmond Olivier Dingle, the troupe's founder, artistic director and chief executive. The role of his assistant (or as Desmond likes to call him, "my entire company") was first performed by Julian Hough. It has subsequently been taken by various actors, including Jim Broadbent (as Wallace), Robert Austin (as Bernard), and John Ramm (as Raymond Box).

  1. The Creation (13.1Mb)
  2. Civilisation Emerges (12.3Mb)
  3. The Fall Of Troy (13.1Mb)
  4. The Scythians and Monguls (13.2Mb)
  5. The Crusades (13.2Mb)
  6. The Civil War (13Mb)
  7. The Death Of Nelson (12Mb)
  8. The Twentieth Century (13.3Mb)
  9. Bob Dylan (25.7Mb)
  10. The Complete And Utter History Of The Mona Lisa (38.9Mb)
  11. Giant Ladies That Changed The World (59.8Mb)
  12. The Greatest Story Ever Told (65.7Mb)
  13. How Michelangelo Done The Sistine Chapel (25.6Mb)
  14. How Puccini Done Madame Butterfly (25.5Mb)
  15. Joan Of Arc (51.4Mb)
  16. Messiah (52.1Mb)
  17. Th Illustrated Guide To Sex And How It Was Done (51.7Mb)
  18. Star Child (52.2Mb)
  19. The Bronte Sisters And How They Done Their Novels (25.4Mb)
  20. The Dalai Lama Or How The West Was Won (25.8Mb)
  21. The Entire History Of Theatre Through The Ages And how It As Done (25.7Mb)
  22. The First Man On The Moon And How It Was Done (39.8Mb)
  23. The Taj Mahal And How It Was Done (25.6Mb)

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