The Scribblings of a Madcap Shambleton - Noel Fielding Reviews
Description:ISBN 0857862057 / Author: Noel Fielding / Hardcover / 224 Pages / Book is published 2011-10-13 by Canongate Books Ltd
Newest Review: ... even watched as he turned the ever-funny I.T Crowd un-funny. Knowing I was a comedy fan, a relative recently bought me this ... more
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by - written on 01/11/13, updated on 01/11/13 (Very useful, 15 readings)
I'm a huge comedy fan, and have been for the best part of 20 years. I love comedy, either stand-up, sitcom or sketch shows and I have a really wide range of stuff I like. But sorry, I just don't get Noel Fielding. I've tried many times. I've sat through The Mighty Boosh, and also a couple of his stand-up performances. I even watched as he turned the ever-funny I.T Crowd un-funny. Knowing I was a comedy fan, a relative recently bought me this book. I decided to try and shake off my feelings about his other stuff and give it a go. What first strikes me about this, is that Noel Fielding thinks enough about himself that people really need to see his artwork. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/05/12, updated on 21/05/12 (Somewhat useful, 16 readings)
Noel Fielding is famous for his works on the Mighty Boosh, The IT crowd and as an artist and comedian. Everyone can agree this guy is well out there and has probably got one of the wildest imaginations out there inspiring his television and art work. This is not the typical autobiography as it lacks the stories about Noel himself and "the scribblings of a madcap shambleton" is exactly what this book seems to be, the stories are unrelated but if you share a love for the crazy and utter random juice that comes out of Noel's mouth you will love this book. If you wanted the life and times of Noel Fielding then you just may have to wait til his imagination ... Read the complete review
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