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  • Plebs [DVD]Plebs | DVD | (29/04/2013) from £6.99   |  Saving you £13.00 (65.00%)   |  RRP £19.99

    Rome is traditionally imagined as the home of emperors and senators generals and gladiators a dignified theatre of pomp and ceremony. But what about the little guys the wasters - new to the big city stuck in office jobs unable to get the girls? Plebs follows three desperate young men from the suburbs as they try to get laid hold down jobs and climb the social ladder in the big city - a city that happens to be Ancient Rome. The series stars Friday Night Dinner's Tom Rosenthal Joel Fry (White Van Man) and Ryan Sampson (After You’ve Gone) as the three young men – Marcus Stylax and their lazy slave with an attitude problem Grumio.

  • Tango One [DVD]Tango One | DVD | (19/03/2018) from £4.99   |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)   |  RRP £N/A

    Based on Stephen Leather's best-selling book, Tango One starring Vincent Regan (300, Top Dog), Brad Moore (North v South) and Sean Blowers (We Still Kill the Old Way) is a fast-paced thriller about the redemption of a dangerous career criminal who is faced with the collapse of his empire and saving his daughter's life. The dangerous mission begins when three recruits are assigned to a team of undercover detectives on their first day of training with the London Metropolitan Police. Their assignment is to take down one of the world's most notorious drug dealers, Den Donovan, alias ˜Tango One'. As the undercover recruits inch closer to their target, they each are drawn in by the charismatic criminal leader, too close, perhaps, to remember the rules. No stranger to the gritty British crime thriller, Vincent Regan gives a career-defining performance that reaffirms his mark as one of the finest gangster actors of our time. Bonus features include interviews from the cast.

  • Plebs - Series 2 [DVD] [2014]Plebs - Series 2 | DVD | (05/01/2015) from £12.90   |  Saving you £10.08 (101.71%)   |  RRP £19.99

    All roads lead to Rome for the return of the multi-award winning comedy PLEBS in a brand new eight part series. Since series one the world has progressed (from 27BC to 26BC) but flat-mates Marcus (Tom Rosenthal) Stylax (Joel Fry) and slave Grumio (Ryan Sampson) have made no strides whatsoever. Marcus' ongoing crush Cynthia (Sophie Coliquhoun) is still ignoring his advances with her own slave Metella (Lydia Rose Bewley) on hand with a sarcastic quip to keep him at bay. Stylax wants Marcus to move on so that they can realize their dreams of being 'the big men of Rome'. For Stylax this also means becoming a champion charioteer. Who cares if he can't drive? Their fearsome boss Flavia (Doon Mackichan) and water-pouring colleague Aurelius (Tom Basden) torment them at work. While at home business is booming for dodgy Landlord (Karl Theobald) who is now accompanied by massive henchman Davus (Tom Davis). A modern comedy in an ancient setting. Follow the antics of these three under achievers on their desperate quest to live the 'when in Rome' maxim to the full. Featuring special Guest Stars Simon Callow Shaun Williamson Neil Stuke Lauren Socha Tim Key James Fleet and Paul Ritter.

  • Plebs [Blu-ray] [2013]Plebs | Blu Ray | (29/04/2013) from £13.48   |  Saving you £11.51 (85.39%)   |  RRP £24.99

    Rome is traditionally imagined as the home of emperors and senators generals and gladiators a dignified theatre of pomp and ceremony. But what about the little guys the wasters - new to the big city stuck in office jobs unable to get the girls? Plebs follows three desperate young men from the suburbs as they try to get laid hold down jobs and climb the social ladder in the big city - a city that happens to be Ancient Rome. The series stars Friday Night Dinner's Tom Rosenthal Joel Fry (White Van Man) and Ryan Sampson (After You’ve Gone) as the three young men – Marcus Stylax and their lazy slave with an attitude problem Grumio.

  • Plebs - Series One [DVD]Plebs - Series One | DVD | (29/05/2017) from £10.99   |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)   |  RRP £N/A

    Now here's a surprise. Plebs may have slipped under many people's radars prior to its relatively quiet debut on ITV2, but off the back of growing word of mouth, the show's DVD release became just a little more anticipated. With good reason too: even though the central idea may sound a bit gimmick, Plebs is something of a comedy pleasure. It's not a classic, but it's an assured and entertaining maiden run. The foundations of the show ask the idea just what it was like to be an everyday, nine-to-five worker in the midst of ancient Rome. Thus we follow two men, Marcus and Stylax, along with their slave Grumio, who show us the answers to that question. Ryan Sampson, in fact, steals the show as the lazy Grumio, but the charm of his co-stars, Tom Rosenthal and Joel Fry shouldn't be overlooked. There are plenty of laughs throughout Plebs, even though there's potential for more, and often, it's the delivery of the material that lifts it, rather than the sense of excellent scripts at the heart of it all. But then, there are plenty of good ideas, and it's an entertaining, well-realised show. What's more, it feels as if there's plenty left in the tank here for a second series, too. --Jon Foster

  • Plebs - Series Two [DVD]Plebs - Series Two | DVD | (29/05/2017) from £11.69   |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)   |  RRP £N/A

    All roads lead to Rome for the return of the multi-award winning comedy PLEBS in a brand new eight part series. A modern comedy in an ancient setting, PLEBS charts the antics of three under achievers, all of whom are on a desperate quest to live the when in Rome mantra to the full in the empire s most exciting city. Since series one the world has indeed progressed (from 27BC to 26BC) but flat-mates Marcus (Tom Rosenthal), Stylax (Joel Fry) and slave Grumio (Ryan Sampson) have made no strides whatsoever. Not domestically, not financially and certainly not romantically. Marcus ongoing crush Cynthia (Sophie Coliquhoun) is still next door, and still ignoring his advances, with her own slave Metella (Lydia Rose Bewley) on hand with a sarcastic quip to keep Marcus at bay. Stylax wants Marcus to give up on her and move on so that they can realize their dreams of being the big men of Rome. For Stylax this also means becoming a champion charioteer. Who cares if he doesn't own a chariot and can't drive? Their fearsome boss Flavia (Doon Mackichan) is still running the office and, for the first time we meet her husband, Cornelius (Neil Stuke). Meanwhile, water-pouring colleague, Aurelius (Tom Basden) is getting married and looking for a best man. Business is booming for dodgy Landlord (Karl Theobald) who is now accompanied by massive henchman, Davus (Tom Davis). Guests include Simon Callow, Sean Williamson, Lauren Socha, Tim Key, James Fleet and Paul Ritter.

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