The Goodies Art Show is now available to see as a video on The Goodies At No Fixed Abode website.
Just head to the red bar above or head here
The Slapstick festival are hosting a Laughter in Lock down. This will now be permanent place here for the Goodies and Slapstick Festival.
From the Slapstick website….
In recognition of the unique circumstances we find ourselves in at the moment with the ongoing C-19 pandemic, Slapstick have taken the decision to try to make a small difference in the only way we know how – by bringing some laughter into your lives. To this end, from Thursday this week we’ll be sharing previously unreleased footage captured during a selection of the unique events we’ve staged over the past decade featuring, one show every week.
The LAUGHTER IN LOCKDOWN roll-out will start at 10am on Thursday 9 April with film from what is believed to be the last on-stage ‘in conversation’ by Eric Sykes CBE, a comedy writer and radio, film, TV and stage performer who worked with a Who’s Who of stars during his 50 years plus career.
There is a new newsletter on The Goodies At No Fixed Abode. The Goodies Times.
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There is now a new feature to The Goodie At Fixed Abode Website. You can rate The Goodies on IMDB via the IMDB box (to your right. )
(It seems to be a popular website for rating current TV Shows.)
You can also do this here too …. https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0065296/?ref_=lgn_fn_al_tt_1#_=_
From the Archive: The Goodies at 50!
Discussion and Q&A with Tim Brooke-Taylor, Bill Oddie and Graeme Garden
The Goodies join us to discuss their fantastic legacy and relive some of the comedy magic.
Fifty years ago, three comedy talents – Tim Brooke-Taylor, Graeme Garden and Bill Oddie – came together to unleash a wave of mayhem in The Goodies, a fast-paced mélange of surreal ideas, slapstick and film trickery that resulted in a colourful ‘live-action cartoon’ that became a much-loved viewer favourite. We’re pleased to welcome Brooke-Taylor, Garden and Oddie to the BFI stage to celebrate this golden anniversary.
Tickets are available to non BFI Members from 10th March and can be booked here..