Monty Python Live: Bloody Good, Says Twitter

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Michael Palin and Eric Idle (Right) ‘Monty Python Live (Mostly)’ at The O2 Arena, London on July 1, 2014.
Image: Rex Features/Associated Press

The Twitter reaction is in: “Monty Python Live” is, you know, a goer. Nudge, nudge.

The men of Monty Python’s “Septuagenarian Reunion Tour” were a smash hit Tuesday night at the O2 Arena, the first of a 10-show run over two weeks at the London venue.

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British Comedy blog Chortle was more measured in its review, complaining that some of the all-too-familiar sketches “fell flat” and called the performances “patchy.” But a nod’s as good as a wink to a blind bat, and they praised what innovations were there:

“Yet by offering new twists of presentation, they sometimes make something new — the creative, choreographic work-around for the fact that John Cleese can no longer do the silly walks, for example, was a hit.

That’s social media for you — always looking on the bright side of life.



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