Sunday, April 27, 2014

"Monty Python reunion show will be broadcast in movie theaters worldwide"

"In July, the surviving members Monty Python will reunite for a series of live performances at London’s O2 Arena, marking their first time together onstage in 15 years. Tickets to the shows sold-out instantly; however, audiences around the world will still have the opportunity to catch the troupe in action."



"According to Variety, Monty Python’s final live show, set for July 20th, will be broadcast in 1,500 movie theaters across the world, 450 of which will air the show live. Dubbed “The Last Night of Monty Python”, the show will be directed by legendary designer Aubrey Powell."

6 comments:

President-Mom-Jeans said...

This is a cool idea. They were really great, I remember when the network Comedy Central first launched they had old flying circus in heavy rotation.

Paddy O said...

They're not fooling anyone, you know.

Lem said...

Oh, don't tell me is a joke.

Chip Ahoy said...

Denver is getting lows of 32℉ by some sources for the next week and that is otally-tay ucking up-fay my terrace garden plans. I have to keep dragging the pot inside to protect them and the ones that are fixed in place just have to suffer and possibly die :-(

So I have plan B already activated and plan C on hold while plan A struggles along. Gardening, it's like a constant thing.

Eric the Fruit Bat said...

Forewarned is forearmed and so one should be on guard for a few jokes about how Graham Chapman was a raging drunk and a promiscuous homo.

Paco Wové said...

Meh. Sometimes good things shouldn't be beaten into the ground.