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They eat ham and jam and SPAMALOT!!! by Ahren on 3 November 2006 10:19pm
 
Ok, over a week ago now we all went and saw spamalot! (then we moved house and discovered a lack of telephone plug thingys- so a complete lack of internet, but that's another story)

If you all really care i can wax lyrical about it for pages and pages, but i really don't want to spoil it for anyone! All you really need to know is that it is absolutely hilarious and you have to go see it, however difficult you may find it! The songs are incredibly funny and the new plot really does work. Tim Curry is incredible, so is the lady of the lake.... Anything else??
 
Re: They eat ham and jam and SPAMALOT!!! by tucsonmike on 4 November 2006 3:41am
 
I look forward to seeing it when I get a chance. Sounds like lots of fun!! Glad you had a good time.
 
Re: They eat ham and jam and SPAMALOT!!! by sighthound on 4 November 2006 4:00am
 
You're going to have to go to Las Vegas, Mike, unless you can catch it when you're in London next year. Better see it there; they are building a theatre for it in Vegas but part of the deal was that it could be performed nowhere else in the Western US for 10 years and they are cutting it drastically (30 to 45 minutes will be cut.) I've always hated Las Vegas......
 
Re: They eat ham and jam and SPAMALOT!!! by kazzzz on 4 November 2006 10:59am
 
Tim Curry is sooooooo good, I've loved him in everything I've seen him in :)

PLEASE let em bring it here!!!!!
 
Re: They eat ham and jam and SPAMALOT!!! by Sophie-Louise on 4 November 2006 3:07pm
 
thanks for letting up know ahren!!! i cant wait to see it!! what was the best part??
 
Re: They eat ham and jam and SPAMALOT!!! by suzulu on 5 November 2006 12:04am
 
Thanks, Ahren! I am really looking forward to seeing it on 18th November.
 
Re: They eat ham and jam and SPAMALOT!!! by amylumberjack on 6 November 2006 9:01pm
 
Brilliant show, hillarious and silly. It is very good in London, there were a few people behind me who knew a lot of the words (especially the french taunting!) Try and catch it if you can otherwise I will taunt you a second time...
 
Re: They eat ham and jam and SPAMALOT!!! by Sophie-Louise on 6 November 2006 10:51pm
 
hahahaha how wonderful!!i cannot wait to see it!

suzulu i expect a full report when you get back! i can't wait to hear about it! :D
 
Re: They eat ham and jam and SPAMALOT!!! by edith on 8 November 2006 4:58pm
 
I saw Spamalot on Monday night and i knew i would enjoy it but i was blowen away by how fantastic it was. The songs were hilarious. I agree with you Kazzzz Tim Curry is fantastic in everything he has done and he was brilliant in Spamalot. I was sooooo jelious of DONE!!! Anyone who has seen it will know what i mean by that. I will have to go and see it again. I brought the cd, a tee shirt, poster, program and a Killer Rabbit. Wanted to buy more but couldnt afford to. And i dont think you even need to be a Monty Python fan to enjoy the show! A must for everyone!!!
 
Re: They eat ham and jam and SPAMALOT!!! by Sophie-Louise on 8 November 2006 9:59pm
 
omg what's the killer rabbit like?!!!!!! i want one!
 
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