David Mitchell and Robert Webb offer you no less than the magic and wonder of the theatre in a tiny cellophane-wrapped box that you can then watch on a TV. Yes the roar of the greasepaint and the smell of the crowd has been captured and DVD-ified in this howevermanytimesyouthinkaboutbuyingit-in-a-lifetime entertainment opportunity. Not since someone once videoed a ballet has the thrill of live performances been so effectively brought to the small screen. Yes a whole host of (i.e. more than nice) comic characters, from incompetent space heroes to alcoholic snooker commentators, from aspirant cricketers to deluded vagrants (all of whom look a bit like Mark and Jeremy from Peep Show but definitely aren't), are brought to life on the magnificence of the stage but in the comfort of your home (or discomfort of your home for those with uncomfortable homes) in a way that is both intimate and awe-inspiring - a bit like sex with a monarch.