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Special Goodies 50th Anniversary Event at BFI Southbank – 19th April 2020

Special Goodies 50th Anniversary Event at BFI Southbank – 19th April 2020

(From the BFI Website https://whatson.bfi.org.uk/Online/default.asp?BOparam::WScontent::loadArticle::permalink=fromthearchivegoodiesat50tvfest20&BOparam::WScontent::loadArticle::context_id=

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..

I’m Sorry I Haven’t a Clue – Spring Recording Dates Announced…

The latest recordings for the spring series of I’m Sorry I Haven’t a Clue, have been released in the latest Newsletter.  

You can join this newsletter via www.isihac.net

 

ISIHAC NEWSLETTER

 
Dear I’m Sorry I Haven’t A Clue Mailing List Member,
 
Here are details of the recordings in the Spring 2020 series of “I’m Sorry I Haven’t A Clue”:
 
The recordings will take place as follows:
 
1) Sunday 15th March at Huddersfield Town Hall. This will be a double recording of the show (i.e. 2 programmes will be recorded) for broadcast on BBC Radio 4.
 
Tickets will be priced at £5 and are obtainable from 10am on Tuesday 18th February.  Tickets are available to purchase in person via the theatre’s Box Office, by telephone on 01484 225755, or online via the theatre’s website.
 
The recording starts at 7.30pm and will be finished around 10.30pm. Tickets will be limited to a strict maximum of 4 per applicant, by whatever booking system. Demand for tickets is very great, so you are advised to purchase early to avoid disappointment; you should also allow for queue waiting times for the Box Office, either by phone or in person, to be longer than usual.
 
2) Monday 30th March at Festival Theatre, Malvern. This will be a double recording of the show (i.e. 2 programmes will be recorded) for broadcast on BBC Radio 4.
 
Tickets will be priced at £5 (plus £2 heritage fee) and are obtainable from 10am on 28th February.  Tickets are available to purchase in person via the theatre’s Box Office, by telephone on 01684 892277, or online via the theatre’s website.
 
The recording starts at 7.30pm and will be finished around 10.30pm. Tickets will be limited to a strict maximum of 4 per applicant, by whatever booking system. Demand for tickets is very great, so you are advised to purchase early to avoid disappointment; you should also allow for queue waiting times for the Box Office, either by phone or in person, to be longer than usual.
 
3) Monday 20th April at the Reading Hexagon. This will be a double recording of the show (i.e. 2 programmes will be recorded) for broadcast on BBC Radio 4.
 
Tickets will be priced at £5 (plus booking fee) and are obtainable from 10am on Friday 20th March.  Tickets are available to purchase in person via the theatre’s Box Office, by telephone on 0118 9606060, or online via the theatre’s website.
 
The recording starts at 7.30pm and will be finished around 10.30pm. Tickets will be limited to a strict maximum of 4 per applicant, by whatever booking system. Demand for tickets is very great, so you are advised to purchase early to avoid disappointment; you should also allow for queue waiting times for the Box Office, either by phone or in person, to be longer than usual.
 
The 73th series will begin transmission on Radio 4 from Monday 4th May at 18:30
 
With best wishes
 
Jon Naismith
Producer, “I’m Sorry I Haven’t A Clue”
Slapstick Festival: Bill’s Animated Flicks With Bill Oddie

Slapstick Festival: Bill’s Animated Flicks With Bill Oddie

(from Slapstick Festival)

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.

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