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Cult Comedy Premieres On Prime

Fri, 8 Oct 2004

Cult Comedy Premieres On Prime

Award winning BBC comedy, Little Britain premieres on Prime, Tuesday 12th October at 9.45pm. Staring Matt Lucas and David Walliams, two of the UK's brightest comedians, Little Britain is a true treat.

Little Britain is a character based sketch show that looks at the debris of modern life and all that is mad, bad and quirky about the people and places of Britain.

Filmed in front of a live audience, Little Britain is a small and surreal parallel universe, peopled by gloriously over-the-top eccentrics, lunatics and social misfits who live in towns with names like Flange and Scoffage

Sample the eccentric delights of Little Britain, this Tuesday, 9.45pm on Prime

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