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Lots of Monty Python is heading to Netflix UK

Netflix has released information as to what’s going to be added to its streaming service in the UK next month. And fans of Monty Python in particular are going to be pleased. It’s now been confirmed that on February 15th 2018, the following are all coming to Netflix UK… Monty Python and the Holy Grail … >

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Five of the most unexpected TV-themed online slot games

Everyone loves TV. It’s the number one pastime activity in the world, maybe only second to eating. If you’re reading this site then no doubt you have a special place in your heart for this modern-day art form. Yes, don’t be scared calling it an art form; if Robbie Williams calls himself an artist, then … >

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‘Spamalot’ musical review

It’s odd, the boxes we put people in. Joe Pasquale is generally thought of as a squeaky-voiced light entertainment performer, Todd Carty is often considered a depressed barrow boy (or an overly cheerful school kid, depending on your age), and Monty Python is regarded as the summit of all sketch shows. It’s this last that’s … >

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Monty Python’s ‘Spamalot’ gallops into Brighton

Based on the classic comedy movie Monty Python and the Holy Grail, hit musical Spamalot arrives in Brighton next week. Following a hugely successful run at The Playhouse in London, the show is playing at Theatre Royal in Brighton from Monday 30 March until  Saturday 4 April with Joe Pasquale as King Arthur and EastEnders … >

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‘Monty Python Live (Mostly)’ review

Having begun as the teasing suggestion of “For One Final Night Only” and then spiralled into a frenzy of demand following the initial show selling out in 40 seconds, the final performances of the greatest British comedy export are at last upon us. A ten day residency at London’s O2 replete with many audience members … >

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‘Monty Python Live (Mostly)’ press conference report

This morning I was wedged amongst the world’s press for the Monty Python press conference ahead of their 10 O2 shows which start tomorrow (1 July) and culminate with the final ever time the Python’s will be together on a stage on 20 July. A promo of Mick Jagger and Charlie Watts kicked off proceedings, … >

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‘Spamalot’ review

Spamalot is a thoroughly endearing production, one with something to offer both those familiar with the source material, and newcomers to the Python universe.

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