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Shortlisted

4 Mar

Noel Fielding and Julian Barratt have been interviewed by Shortlist to publicise their iPhone app, The Mighty Decider.

The pair comment on their relationship, the success of the show and the Future Sailors tour. Barratt also commented further on the Boosh plans for the future, confirming they are working on two film ideas – including one set in the Arctic – and gave more details about their concept album and character EP ideas.

Read the interview for yourselves at Shortlist.com

Cemetery Junction

4 Mar

Cemetery Junction, the new film by Ricky Gervais and Stephen Merchant, was featured on the BBC’s  Film 2010 program last night.

The movie is due to for release on April 14th, and with the likes of Julia Davis and Matt Holness in its ensemble cast, it promises to be one worth watching.  Film 2010‘s preview is available on the BBC website until Wednesday March 10th.

Watch it by clicking on the word antidisestablishmentarianism.

Kim Noble Will Die

4 Mar

Kim Noble is to take his critically acclaimed show Kim Noble Will Die on the road, with appearances in Brighton and Liverpool this May.

Noble, who is best known for his role as Jim in Garth Marenghi’s Darkplace and Man To Man With Dean Learner – and also appeared in series three of The Mighty Boosh – will perform at The Basement in Brighton as part of the Brighton Festival on May 7th & 8th, and at The Bluecoat in Liverpool as part of the Liverpool Comedy Festival on May 14th.

For tickets, visit the Brighton Festival website and the cyberhome of The Bluecoat here.

Noble is also set to give a talk at Oxford University this weekend, as part of a study into the links between mental disorders and creativity in society. The event on Saturday at 2:30pm is free to attend for all students. For more info visit Kim Noble’s bafflingly brilliant website & blog.

2 Fielding gigs announced

4 Mar

Just the Tonic have announced that Noel Fielding will be one of the stand ups on their bill on 12th and 13th March.  Tickets can be booked at
http://www.justthetonic.com/

Based on the positive reviews of his recent warm ups, it’s well worth nabbing a ticket if you can.

Update: There’s been some confusion as to whether Noel is actually appearing at these gigs as his name has been removed from the listings, only for the venue email to announce his appearance all over again. We have it on good authority that he will be appearing.  Worry over!

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