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
SAT 25 JAN 1330hrs
‘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
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
SUN 26 JAN 0930hrs
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!
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
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!
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
Posted by lisa at 28/10/2019 18:21 GMT ||