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 Subject:  Re: Slapstick 2020 (Bristol, England January 2020)
10/05/2020 14:52 GMT

The Goodies Reunion at the Slapstick! Festival in January is now online. Hope it will make others as delighted as it did me in seeing three guys who were clearly mates and who were still being friends and making each other laugh together after almost 60 years.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6bsFcUHwxyY

All the best

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 Subject:  Re: Slapstick 2020 (Bristol, England January 2020)
16/04/2020 05:40 GMT

At the start of March, I'd written a short piece about a particularly lovely aspect of the Goodies session at Slapstick for an academic television blog which I contribute to. Given the tragic loss of Tim at the weekend, my editors agreed that we should advance the release of this item (originally planned for a couple of weeks time) as some form of tribute - demonstrating how the work of amazing individuals like Tim will *always* survive and be remembered and enjoyed.

The piece can be found here:

https://cstonline.net/hearing-voices-by-andrew-pixley/

I believe that a podcast of the session is also to be released today (16 April) by Robin Ince via BookShambles.

All the best

Andrew

 
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 Subject:  Re: Slapstick 2020 (Bristol, England January 2020)
06/02/2020 22:18 GMT

I agree - a huge thank you to the Slapstick team, which includes many volunteers. I went to the 1948 show talk, too - also Laurel & Hardy, Bill's Animated Flicks, ISIHAC and ISIRTAA (all 3 Goodies in it! Excellent).

Due to my 'Lost Tribe' antics, we arrived a few minutes late to The Redgrave Theatre for the Goodies  but were ably assisted to sneak in. I hope we did not disturb people too much. The team were again very helpful after the show - although I think they were overwhelmed by the numbers who wished to meet their heroes!

Last year's Goodies event was recorded - does anyone know of a recording of this year's, please? And not just for idiot me - for all those fans who couldn't make it to the UK.


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 Subject:  Re: Slapstick 2020 (Bristol, England January 2020)
27/01/2020 08:23 GMT

Managed to get along to a couple of the sessions on the Saturday.  Tim had a lot of fun recalling his time working with Marty, Aimi, Graham and John on "At Last the 1948 Show" while chatting to Robin Ince (who is such a brilliant host - he does his research, knows how to get the best from his subjects and has impeccable timing of his own).  Lots of good clips as well.

The evening session with the Goodies at the Redgrave Theatre was a delight from the point of view of seeing the love and enthusiasm that there still is for these shows and for the guys themselves.  It's so lovely to see the trio together on stage - still being mates after all these years and still making each other laugh.  Again, Robin chaired superbly and it was brilliant hearing *young* people who couldn't even have been born when the series was first on air asking such great questions at the end of the session.  A real delight!

A BIG thank you to Chris Daniels and his team for a super day out.  Hope everyone else had fun too and travelled home safely afterwards.

All the best

Andrew

 
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 Subject:  Re: Slapstick 2020 (Bristol, England January 2020)
28/10/2019 18:20 GMT

The full program for Slapstick 2020 has been released and can be viewed at https://www.slapstick.org.uk/slapstick-events/

Here are some Goodies-related events:

* At Last the 1948 Show: Almost Complete! with Tim Brooke-Taylor
https://www.slapstick.org.uk/event/at-last-the-1948-show-almost-complete-with-tim-brooke-taylor/
SAT 25 JAN 1330hrs
Watershed £5.00-£10.00

‘At Last the 1948 Show’ triggered a revolution destined to change the face of TV comedy forever. John Cleese, Tim Brooke-Taylor, Aimi MacDonald, Marty Feldman and Graham Chapman burst onto the nation’s small screens in an explosion of unrelated and often surreal sketches. It paved the way for both Month Python and The Goodies. With a new – as complete as it’s likely to ever be – three DVD/BluRay set released recently by BFI we thought a re-evaluation and a glimpse at the newly discovered footage with series star and Slapstick patron Tim Brooke-Taylor was long overdue. Tim will be in conversation with fan of the series Robin Ince. Followed by an audience Q&A and post-event DVD signing with Tim.


* The Goodies: 50th Anniversary
https://www.slapstick.org.uk/event/the-goodies-50th-anniversary/
25 January 2020, 1800hrs
Redgrave Theatre £20.00

It’s almost half a century since the first episode of The Goodies hit our TV screens and made household names of it’s stars; Tim Brooke-Taylor, Bill Oddie and Graeme Garden. Join Bristol’s Slapstick Festival for an evening of mirth and mayhem as all three members of the legendary comedy team discuss the extraordinary legacy of their award-winning TV series (1970-82).

Radio 4’s Infinite Monkey Cage co-host Robin Ince hosts this onstage ‘In conversation’ event complete with a full screening of a classic episode of the show hand picked as the public’s favourite via an online poll. Followed by a Q&A with the boys. With a new audio series on Audible in the pipeline too, here’s to the next 50 years!


* Bill’s Animated Flicks With Bill Oddie
https://www.slapstick.org.uk/event/bills-animated-flicks-with-bill-oddie/
SUN 26 JAN  0930hrs
Watershed £5.00-£8.00

Bill Oddie has a passion for cartoons and a particular love for the more slapstick antics of Bugs Bunny, Wile E. Coyote, Road Runner, and of course Tom and Jerry. In fact, The Goodies have always cited both silent comedy and early cartoons as huge influences on their onscreen comedy. In conversation with Robin Ince, Bill shares his passion for visual comedy and reflects on his favourite moments and shorts from classic animations and his beloved cartoons.

* Barry Cryer and Colin Sell: Live Again!
https://www.slapstick.org.uk/event/barry-cryer-and-colin-sell-live-again/
26 January 2020 1400hrs
Bristol Old Vic Theatre, £14.00 – £18.50

In yet another farewell tour, Baz returns, re-united with Colin Sell who refuses to take no for an answer.

Barry Cryer, still a “Sprightly Veteran” (Undertaker’s Gazette) and Colin Sell a “Legendary Virtuoso” (Pensioner’s Weekly) combine to entertain you with songs, jokes and the amazing realisation that they’re still here.

Running time: 60 mins


*47 years without a clue: Hosted by Rob Brydon
https://www.slapstick.org.uk/event/47-years-without-a-clue-hosted-by-rob-brydon/

Hosted by Rob Brydon
26 January 2020 1700hrs
Bristol Old Vic Theatre, £15.00 – £22.50

Join Barry Cryer, Tim Brooke-Taylor and Graeme Garden as they relive their favourite moments from the UK’s most listened to and best-loved radio comedy show “I’m Sorry I Haven’t A Clue” in conversation with frequent Clue panellist, Rob Brydon. With Colin Sell on the piano this is a unique and unmissable event for radio comedy fans, for one night only.

Running time: 70 mins


* I’m Sorry I’ll Read That Again Again….Re-United!
https://www.slapstick.org.uk/event/im-sorry-ill-read-that-again-re-united/

26 January 2020
2000hrs Bristol Old Vic Theatre

Performed live on stage in radio comedy style with music and sound effects, The Offstage Theatre Group recreates the anarchic and deliciously surreal legendary radio comedy I’m

Sorry I’ll Read That Again.

Featuring three of the original cast: Tim Brooke-Taylor, Graeme Garden and Bill Oddie. Stand by for full frontal comedy, wicked parodies, glorious puns and manic songs in a medley of Greatest Hits showcase created especially for the Slapstick Festival – plus the unmistakable strains of the Angus Prune Tune and the unavoidable smells of the Rhubarb Tart of Omar Khayyam. Produced, directed and adapted by Barnaby Eaton-Jones.

Running time: 90 mins, plus interval

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 Subject:  Re: Slapstick 2020 (Bristol, England January 2020)
01/10/2019 17:32 GMT

"The Goodies: 50 Year Anniversary" event will be held as part of the Slapstick Festival on 25th January 2020 in Bristol, England.  Here's the event's description:

"It’s almost half a century since the first episode of The Goodies hit our TV screens and made household names of it’s stars; Tim Brooke-Taylor, Bill Oddie and Graeme Garden. Join Bristol’s Slapstick Festival for an evening of mirth and mayhem as all three members of the legendary comedy team discuss the extraordinary legacy of their award-winning TV series (1970-82). Radio 4’s Infinite Monkey Cage co-host Robin Ince hosts this onstage ‘In conversation’ event complete with a full screening of a classic episode of the show hand picked as the public’s favourite via an online poll. Followed by a Q&A with the boys".

https://redgravetheatre.com/event/2020/01/the-goodies-50-year-anniversary/760/

 
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 Subject:  Slapstick 2020 (Bristol, England January 2020)
26/09/2019 18:49 GMT

Graeme Garden, Tim Brooke-Taylor and Bill Oddie will be taking part in Slapstick Takeover 2020 at the Bristol Old Vic on 26 Sept 2020.

* 47 YEARS WITHOUT A CLUE!

Sun 26 Jan 5:00pm

Join Barry Cryer, Tim Brooke-Taylor and Graeme Garden as they relive their favourite moments from the UK’s most listened to and best-loved radio comedy show I’m Sorry I Haven’t A Clue in conversation with frequent Clue panellist, Rob Brydon. With Colin Sell on the piano this is a unique and unmissable evening for radio comedy fans.



* I'M SORRY I'LL READ THAT AGAIN, AGAIN... RE-UNITED!

Sun 26 Jan 8:00pm

Performed live on-stage in radio comedy style with music and sound effects, The Offstage Theatre Group recreates the anarchic and deliciously surreal legendary radio comedy I’m Sorry I’ll Read That Again.

Featuring three of the original cast: Tim Brooke-Taylor, Graeme Garden and Bill Oddie.



Also for the ISIHAC fans:
* BARRY CRYER AND COLIN SELL: LIVE AGAIN!
Sun 26 Jan 2:00pm Matinee


In yet another farewell tour, Baz returns, re-united with Colin Sell who refuses to take no for an answer. Barry Cryer, still a “Sprightly Veteran” (Undertaker’s Gazette) and Colin Sell a “Legendary Virtuoso” (Pensioner’s Weekly) combine to entertain you with songs, jokes and the amazing realisation that they’re still here.

Last modified: 26/09/2019 18:50 GMT by lisa

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