It was on The Jonathan Ross Show that the highly successful and legendary sweating funny man announced his retirement from comedy, to spend more time with his wife Heather and daughter Mollie, so this was officially his final stand live stand up comedy show, and I hoped would be a good send-off. The show opens with a very catchy song and dance number, with Lee Evans walking down the backstage corridor with a number of dancers as he travels to the stage. Evans performs his hilarious routines of observational and physical comedy to another massive and sold out audience live at the NIA (National Indoor Arena) in Birmingham, with material that is true to life, satirising and satisfyingly funny. Topics include distinctive sounds, superstition, teenagers, hotels, sex, safety, shopping, garages (with an impressive impression of Michael Jackson, with moonwalking), driving, speed bumps, security at airports, trains, tannoys, service and viewing windows, aquariums, animal parts, fish and sea creatures, dogs, police cars, car alarms, warnings, the news and weather reports, the Kindle, technology, cooking, mobile phones, voice recognition technology, attention deficit disorder and dyslexia, photo taking, flashers, phone calls, passwords and security (wavy words), computer banking, spelling, drinking and drunk people ("pissheads"), going out, restaurants, fussy eaters, answering the door, takeaways, sponsor charities, getting old, reading particular writing, the dentist, medical emergencies, sport, sweating, looking weird, how sex sells, how you look, piercings and tattoos, washing clothes, modelling, women getting ready, stealing small things, being an idiot, household chores, forgetting things, gay marches, women's shoes, his wife, the book 50 Shades of Grey and much more. It ends as usual with a fantastic final song or two by Evans that he sings and plays himself, and this combined with all the rest adds up to a great watch, fantastically funny, and if it is truly the last show, then it's a good one. Lee Evans was number 23 on 100 Greatest Stand-Ups, and he was number 14 on Britain's Favourite Comedian. Very good!