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More dates for the Arctic Boosh....

Starting 8 November the boys will be returning to the Hen and Chickens, Highbury Corner (Nearest Tube - Highbury and Islington) for a weekly residence every monday.

The Lyric Theatre, Hammersmith will be host to the Boosh for the following dates in December and January...
13-18 Dec
20-23 Dec
28-30 Dec
4-8 Jan

As well as these dates, they will also be in Milton Keynes on 12 Dec and Exeter on 19 Dec.

Last night's Perrier Pick was another great night and the Arctic Boosh went down brilliantly well. It was in association with Channel 4 and will be shown some time in November (I'll let you know when I get more information).

The Boosh was never scheduled for Morcambe at the end of November, it was scheduled for the end of October but that has been cancelled, so it has been rescheduled for Wednesday November 10th 1999. Platform Morcambe (Central Promenade) 01524 582803
Starts at 8pm Prices £8/£7

**23/9/99** The line-up for What a Gas on Sunday 28 November at 8pm at the Gardner Arts Centre is :
Lee Mack, Noel Fielding, Julian Barratt and Chris Addison.

**28/9/99** Ticket Prices
Swindon Arts Centre 01793 614837
Starts at 8pm
Prices £8.50 adult/ £8.00 concessions/ £7.50 party of 10 or more

Kings Lynn Arts Centre 01553 764864
Starts at 8pm
Prices £8.50 adult/ £7.00 concessions

Perrier Pick at Her Majesty's Theatre 0171 494 5558
Starts at 7:30pm
Prices £15/£12.50/£7/£5 - all still available

**Apologies if this doesn't interest you at all but I know some will be.
On Nov 1st, the Divine Comedy are releasing the single 'Gin Soaked Boy' and the B-side will be the infamous Eurovision Song "My Lovely Horse"!! Forgot to say there'll also be a remix of "Songs of Love" the theme tune from Father Ted.


**The 1999 Perrier Award went to Al Murray - Pub Landlord (eventually!)

**Arctic Boosh has been nominated for the Perrier Award - how fantastic is that?!
The other nominees are Al Murray (again), Simon Munnery (League Against Tedium), Terry Alderton (his first year at the fringe), and Ross Noble.
Also Arctic Boosh was nominated for the Granada writing award but unfortunately they didn't win.
Arctic Boosh is now more or less completely sold out for the rest of the festival - I believe you can only get tickets for monday. I'll try to get to a computer sunday morning to let you know who won.
Glad to be able to send out such fantastic news.

12 August 1999
Noel Fielding and Julian Barratt
Friday 20th August

Last year's Perrier Best Newcomer Award Winners, The Mighty Boosh join us live at 2.30pm to answer your questions. Their show has been described as "Genuinely weird but wonderfully funny" and "Imagine Reeves and Mortimer in a Carry On movie", so the weirder the questions, the better.

Send the boys your questions

**Noel is also on a record
Artist:Midfield General
Label:Skint (Damien Harris)
Let us know if you find a copy!

**Noel is in a film "Plunkett & MaCleane" playing a Brothel Gent! It is due for release in America in this space!

**More dates for the Mighty Boosh this year...
Sat 13th March - Tower Arts Centre (Hampshire)
01962 867 986 (Box Office)

Sat 10th April - The Old Town Hall (Hemel Hempstead)
01442 228 091
Tickets are not yet on sale
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Sat 1st May - The Old Bull Arts Centre (Barnet)
0181 449 0048 (Box Office)
Tickets £7, £5(under 16s, NUS)
Allocated seating

**Julian and Noel will be back at the Hen & Chickens on 1st February 1999.

**Noel's stand up dates
I have phoned Avalon and the man was very vague - this is what I managed to get out of him
Jan 21st (my birthday) - York
Feb 2nd - The Stag Theatre - Sevenoaks in Kent 01732 450175
Tickets £9.50/£8.50 concessions
"WHAT A GAS" also includes Lee Mack and Chris Addison
Is written on teletext as "...Noel Fielding and Julian Barratt - The Mighty Boosh..." so it may not be their individual stand-up.
Feb 4th - Dovecot (??? - I think I may have made this up!)
Feb 5th - Hull
Feb 16th - Nottingham (hooray!)
Feb 18th - Manchester
And also one that he didn't know about...I phoned the Dogstar in Brixton and Noel will indeed be there on Wednesday 6th January 1999. Show starts at 9pm, doors 8:15pm and Noel is headlining so'll be on last (to give everyone time to get there).
Phone 0171 737 3177 (leave a message on the answerphone and a really nice man called Richard will call you back!)

**Radio One Website:
21:30 - 22:00
The Pod
Master editors and future ear jockeys, The Pod, explore the meaning of Christmas using noise, collage and extreme sound envelopes. Ancient narrative channels, modern cultural theory and Scottish hardcore combine in this The Pod's very 1st Christmas special.

**Julian can currently be seen on "Comedy Nation" on BBC 2 on a friday night. Keep your eyes peeled and your ears pinned back.

**Julian and Noel are doing sketches in the new series of Festival of Fun, on Paramount Comedy Channel, repeated on Channel 5 sometime next year

**They're also supposed to be working on a show for Channel 4, according to a newspaper review of them at The Pleasance in Edinburgh in August.