Rugby World Cups always amount to a good deal more than the sum of their games, or a list of winners and losers. They inevitably broaden, as their momentum builds into a celebration of the game itself - its vigour, its humour, its spirit and perhaps above all, its friendships. No-one knows how to celebrate these things better than Max. Max Boyce holds a unique place in the affections of rugby followers as someone whose love for the game – and for Welsh rugby in particular, however it happens to be faring - helps define the kind of entertainer he is and the very special world he invites us to enter. It’s a world audiences have embraced with total delight over three decades of best-selling albums, hit television shows and sell-out live performances. You name it and Max has done it. Now he can add the Sydney Opera House to his list of conquests.
Welsh comedian Max Boyce is shown performing live to a celebrity audience in 1998. This version contains an extra 12 minutes of footage not included in the original television broadcast over Christmas 1998.
he remarkable story of the 1960's duo Tommy Boyce & Bobby Hart who created the sound of The Monkees, scored hit after hit and inspired a youth movement to lower the voting age. They were actors, activists, singers, songwriters and pop culture icons. The story of their unique partnership is told through their own movies, photographs and personal archives. Narrated by Bobby Hart and featuring commentary from Tommy Boyce, Michael Nesmith, Micky Dolenz, Peter Tork, Kim Fowley and others.
Max Boyce offers the nation the chance to laugh and sing-a-long with him ahead of the Rugby World Cup kick-off.