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superfurryandy
post Sep 6 2005, 11:33 PM
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QUOTE (rabbit57i @ Sep 6 2005, 06:59 PM)
List of Live Comedy Tours for this Autumn

Include:
Chris Addison
Jo Brand
Jimmy Carr
Ben Elton
Lee Evans
League Of Gentlemen
Little Britain
Patrick McGuiness
Al Murray
Ross Noble
Ardal O'Hanlon
Sue Perkins
Joan Rivers
Dave Spikey
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The only one I'd pay money to see is Noble, and possibly Chris Addison.
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post Sep 6 2005, 11:37 PM
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I've got tickets for the League of Gentlemen at the Hammersmith Odeon on December 3rd. I enjoyed them at the Drury Lane show, but thought the third television series was pretty mediocre. I hope this show is better.
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post Sep 7 2005, 05:30 AM
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I've successfully blocked the film from my mind. biggrin.gif
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post Sep 7 2005, 09:13 AM
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QUOTE (superfurryandy @ Sep 6 2005, 11:33 PM)
The only one I'd pay money to see is Noble, and possibly Chris Addison.
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Addison good, Noble overrated:

'ooh look, i'm a crazy Geordie like, look at my eyes made of cress'
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post Sep 7 2005, 10:28 AM
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QUOTE (Jessopjessopjessop @ Sep 7 2005, 10:13 AM)
Addison good, Noble overrated:

'ooh look, i'm a crazy Geordie like, look at my eyes made of cress'
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When I went to see him in he had his wife in the audience as the world's most obvious plant.

If your wife wants to watch you perform that's fine, but don't pretend you don't know her and that she's inspired some random piece of (scripted) adlibbing.
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QUOTE (Zoe @ Sep 7 2005, 10:28 AM)
If your wife wants to watch you perform that's fine, but don't pretend you don't know her and that she's inspired some random piece of (scripted) adlibbing.
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In your ear, you pube-headed faux surrealist.
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post Sep 7 2005, 10:34 AM
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She was sat cross legged on a piece of staging next to the stage. She would never have been allowed to sit there if she wasn't his wife (that was the first giveaway, that and the fact she was his wife) he started 'wondering' whether the people at the back might not be able to see this piece of staging and so think this perfect stranger he'd never seen before, was floating - like a genie.

Oooh she'd be floating around and we could tie yogurt pots filled with nuts to her and she could circulate them around the room.

On he went for about ten minutes.
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post Sep 7 2005, 10:42 AM
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QUOTE (Zoe @ Sep 7 2005, 10:34 AM)
Oooh she'd be floating around and we could tie yogurt pots filled with nuts to her  and she could circulate them around the room.
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And, and... yeah... she could like, serve jam from a tiny spout on her head, operated by tiny gerbil genies with feathers instead of shoulders, and then the Queen would come in and start handing round Toffee Crisp bars, because they're really funny like, all crispy.
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Whilst I don't mind Ross Noble, I have to agree that he goes on for way to long about nothing. That thing about Hari Krishnas he did on one of his tours, what the hell was that about? He built it up as if something really funny was gonna happen but then he just kept going on and on until I just didn't acre anymore.
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post Sep 7 2005, 12:09 PM
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Valid points made about Noble, but you don't understand - you weren't there at the beginning.

Winkie.

Haven't actually seen him since 2003, but he was still very amusing at that point.
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QUOTE (superfurryandy @ Sep 6 2005, 06:33 PM)
The only one I'd pay money to see is Noble, and possibly Chris Addison.
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Yeah, I was going to say that this wasn't the most exciting or innovated list of comedians.

QUOTE (Chapman Baxter @ Sep 6 2005, 06:37 PM)
I've got tickets for the League of Gentlemen at the Hammersmith Odeon on December 3rd.  I enjoyed them at the Drury Lane show, but thought the third television series was pretty mediocre.  I hope this show is better.
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I hear that this is going to be a panto.
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QUOTE (rabbit57i @ Sep 7 2005, 03:26 PM)
I hear that this is going to be a panto.
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Yes, of sorts. It's called 'The League of Gentlemen Are Behind You'.
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post Sep 7 2005, 07:16 PM
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You can bid on signed promos of Ross Noble's new DVD on ebay. The money goes to charity. If you think he's shit why not buy one ...and then leave negative feedback clearly stating your grievances with his monkey/tramp based ramblings?
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QUOTE (The Mystery Machine @ Sep 7 2005, 07:16 PM)
You can bid on signed promos of Ross Noble's new DVD on ebay. The money goes to charity. If you think he's shit why not buy one ...and then leave negative feedback clearly stating your grievances with his monkey/tramp based ramblings?
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Ooh, Mystery Machine's suggestion has confounded me with guilt. How can I not like the red-cheeked, baggy t-shirt sporting, tiny-legged mock-surrealist when he gives so generously to the needy. wacko.gif
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post Sep 8 2005, 09:59 AM
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I give ten pound a month to Shelter.

Suck on that Noble.
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