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Post by MrsShearsmith » Wed Dec 10, 2008 6:09 pm

Went to see it on Monday in Leeds an it was amazing! I was on the 4th row and felt unbelievably close :D Thennn....to top it off...I went to the signing in Leeds today and because of my Modwolves ticket things I ended up getting to the front straight away! Julian asked what my name was so I said 'Emma' and he wrote it in my book, then Noel was like 'Woah how many m's do you need to put in Emma?' and Julian said 'Well it's four isn't it?' Was funny. And Noel was unbelievably excited about the fact he was using a brand new Sharpie. A good Boosh week for me! Took my mind off the uni work I hadn't done anyway! x
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Post by miss denton » Wed Dec 10, 2008 8:17 pm

Thats brilliant Mrs S :D

I'm off to Wembley this friday for boosh times :D I just looked on ticketmaster and it says that she show now starts at 7.30pm instead of 8pm.

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Post by miss denton » Sat Dec 13, 2008 6:01 pm

I saw the boosh at Wembley last night. It was amazing. I know i saw in in Cardiff but i still enjoyed it. I went with my friend Arlene. As we took our seats (we were in block c2 right at the front) i noticed that Noel and Mike's parents were sitting in the block in front of us. I also saw Sue Denim and Dee Plume.

The show was fantastic. Apart from a few idiots shouting "we love you Noel" every 5 minutes :roll: . When someone shouted it out again Bollo shouted at them to shut up. Gotta love Dave Brown! :D The Hitcher came into the audience as usual and came up to our block. He stood in front of me and said that we must be depraved to be locked in a cage :lol: . We tried to go to the stage at the end as everyone was dancing there but security wouldn't unlock the gate :evil: . So we just danced in our cage!

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Post by Pam Doove: Olivier winner » Sun Dec 14, 2008 8:46 pm

Me and Hazel were at the Wembley gig on Friday as well, we were sat 5th row form the stage. I was a bit worried about seeing them in such a big venue but it worked really well, the atmosphere was amazing, might try and get tickets for the o2 now.
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Post by miss denton » Mon Dec 15, 2008 8:10 am

Didn't know you guys were there :)

I'm going to the o2 on thursday. I'm going straight after work. Hopefully i'll get there in time.EEK. I double booked so i have a spare ticket. Let me know if your going Kerri.

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Post by Pam Doove: Olivier winner » Mon Dec 15, 2008 11:14 am

I can't go Thursday, I'm going to see Hamlet. I've got my eye on some good tickets on ebay for this Wednesday problem is I'll be out tonight when the auctions end so I probably wont get them.

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I got tickets centre block (A2) 4th row from stage. I used the best offer thing on ebay and got a pair of tickets that were up for £99 for only £40, never used that before, will do again though. :D
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Post by miss denton » Fri Dec 19, 2008 7:47 pm

It was my last Boosh show last night. I sat in Block A1 row c seat 14. The best view. There was a photographer taking offical photos and Oly from the Ralfe Band was filming some stuff. During the banter in front of the curtain someone threw an inflatable sheep on stage. Julian picked it up. There was a note in the sheeps bottom. Julian read then said that he wasn't going to read that out. The Fossil Dance academy was brilliant with everyone joining in. I wanted to dance at the end but security blocked the front row so everyone danced in the aisles.

I'm sad now it's over. Can't wait for the dvd.

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Post by Cheeky Chezzy Woo » Sat Dec 20, 2008 10:58 am

Wow everytime i come back to this post there seems to be lots of new bits added to the show. Fossil Dance Academy?! Well that was bound to happen. Did he do the "I CAN'T GO FOR THAT? WOAHHH NO CAN DO?" bit? or has that bit been dropped for the Dance Academy?
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Post by miss denton » Sat Dec 20, 2008 12:03 pm

He gets everyone to stand up and do some dance moves. Most of the dance moves are in the boosh book. My favourite dance was the "where were you last night?" dance. :lol: Also loved the epileptic clamHe kept screaming at the people who were not doing it. Then we all had to put the moves together and dance to i can't go for that.

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Post by Beast » Fri Jan 30, 2009 4:30 pm

Found whilst looking at a Mark one Mrs B pointed us to:

http://www.list.co.uk/article/12680-las ... ave-brown/
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Post by Beast » Tue Jul 14, 2009 10:36 am

Boosh in America apparently. And Comicon VL!!:

THE BOOSH ARE COMING TO COMICON!!!
Join the boys at ComiCon next week in San Diego where the entire Boosh cast will be appearing. FRIDAY, 7/24 2:00-3:00PM Adult Swim Booth Signing 4:45-5:45PM Mighty Boosh Panel SATURDAY, 7/25 4:30PM - 5:30PM BBC America Booth Signing And if you couldn't get tickets to ComiCon, get to THE MIGHTY BOOSH BASH sponsored by Adult Swim. MIGHTY BOOSH BASH (A full cast DJ set) Friday Night, 7/24 FOURTH AND B 345 B Street (Between State Street & Union Street) 11:00PM $5 in advance/$10 at the door Available now at Ticketmaster and club box office.

Although don't think you like them do you? Is it Comicon you're hopefully going to? If so please take in Julian's sexual presence. It really is something to behold. If he's on form.

Interview here:

http://www.wired.com/underwire/2009/07/ ... r-america/
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Re: The Mighty Boosh

Post by Beast » Wed Jul 15, 2009 4:38 pm

So the experience will be lost on you! Shame. Reading an interview with them today (forget from where, sorry) has reminded how much I utterly utterly love the programme. And yet it is so different to The League :? . Although it does have dark bits in series 2 I suppose.

I saw Julia in the toilets at their first live tour. It made me :D but I didn't dare go up to her and say 'You worked with two of my favourite people in Nighty Night' (Mark and Kevin Eldon) like I wanted to cos that would be borderline offensive since I'd just be complimenting them rather than her (who I do also like). Also I am too scared to talk to people. Plus it was a toilet! Anyway, she may be there you never know!
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Re: The Mighty Boosh

Post by miss denton » Wed Jul 22, 2009 9:01 pm

The Boosh at a signing in New York yesterday.
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They did a gig there last night. There are videos on youtube. From the response of the crowd it looks as though the boosh are going to do very well in the US.

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Re: The Mighty Boosh

Post by Cheeky Chezzy Woo » Thu Jul 23, 2009 4:28 pm

MIKE IS SHORT.

THAT IS ALL :)

Good to hear its all going but they need to get their arses over to Australia at some point too. They made their break there
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Re: The Mighty Boosh

Post by Beast » Thu Jul 23, 2009 4:52 pm

I think Mike might be the shortest person I've ever seen! That picture doesn't even convey it. I was shocked when I saw him. Aw.*

*patronising
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