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Spamalot Announces New King Arthur, Sir Robin, and Sir Lancelot
A new King will be crowned next month. Harry Groener, well known for his Broadway and television appearances, will be Spamalot's next King Arthur, starting April 25. [FULL STORY] Thursday, 23 March 2006

Guinness Confirms Spamalot World Record
Guinness World Record™ officials certified today that 1,789 people had participated in the “World’s Largest Coconut Orchestra” in Shubert Alley on Wednesday, March 22. [FULL STORY] Thursday, 23 March 2006

Monty Python's Spamalot to Set World Record
In honor of the first anniversary of the Broadway show, the cast and crew of Spamalot will invite fans and audience members to celebrate and join them for a world record with the World's Largest Coconut Orchestra this Wednesday. [FULL STORY] Tuesday, 21 March 2006

Spamalot Celebrates First Year Anniversary
Broadway's Tony Award winning-musical Monty Python's Spamalot celebrated its first anniversary March 17 at the Shubert Theatre in New York City [FULL STORY] Sunday, 19 March 2006

Monty Python Flavored Ice Cream?
Ben & Jerry's, the South Burlington, Vermont-based ice cream company has recently released a Monty Python themed ice cream! [FULL STORY] Sunday, 19 March 2006

Unearthed Monty Python Footage from 1975
The folks at The Sound of Young America, a comedy talk program that airs on several public radio stations in the U.S. have unearthed some extremely rare footage of the Monty Python members. Filmed in 1975 at KERA-TV in Dallas, four of the six Pythons are interviewed live and answer questions from a live studio audience. [FULL STORY] Thursday, 9 March 2006

Terry Gilliam Clowns Around
Terry has started a new project, directing reknowned performer/clown Slava Polunin's new show, Diabolo, in Israel. [FULL STORY] Wednesday, 8 March 2006

PBS Airs Non-Naughty Version of Personal Best
PBS had to remove some material from Eric Idle's Personal Best compilation. Bless the FCC. [FULL STORY] Wednesday, 8 March 2006

Monty Python's Spamalot Launches in London
Tickets are now officially on sale for the highly anticipated West End premiere of Monty Python's Spamalot, which will play its first performance at the Palace Theatre in London’s West End on October 2nd, with press night on October 16th and opening night on October 17th. [FULL STORY] Wednesday, 8 March 2006

PBS to Air Monty Python's Personal Best Series
Next month, the American PBS network will begin broadcasting a series of six Monty Python specials called Monty Pyton's Personal Best. Each special focuses on one member of the Monty Python troupe and showcases their favorite clips from the group's television series and movies, mixed with all-new exclusive footage filmed by the Pythons themselves. [FULL STORY] Sunday, 22 January 2006

Life of Brian Voted Greatest Comedy Film of All Time
Monty Python's Life of Brian was voted Greatest Comedy Film of all time in a poll of 22,000 conducted by Britain's Channel 4. [FULL STORY] Sunday, 22 January 2006

Spamalot Cast Recording Nominated for Grammy Award
The Grammys were announced on December 8th by The Recording Academy at Gotham Hall in New York City. In the category of Best Musical Show Album, Monty Python's Spamalot received one of the five nominations. [FULL STORY] Monday, 12 December 2005

Spamalot Update - New Cast & New Venues
Monty Python's Spamalot will see some cast changes this month. Meanwhile, tickets have gone on sale for the touring production of Spamalot, which will start in Boston, with stops in Chicago and Washington, DC. Meanwhile, a dedicated production is planned for a major resort in Las Vegas starting in 2007. [FULL STORY] Saturday, 10 December 2005

Dreams and Nightmares Chronicles Brothers Grimm Film
November 7th marked the release of a new book Dreams and Nightmares: Terry Gilliam, 'The Brothers Grimm' and Other Cautionary Tales of Hollywood written by long-time Gilliam and Python chronicler Bob McCabe. [FULL STORY] Tuesday, 29 November 2005

Terry Gilliam Receives Visionary Awards
Terry Gilliam turns 65 today, and no one is letting Terry forget it. In a race perhaps to give Terry as much lifetime achievement recognition before this auspicious birthday, no fewer than three film festivals have honored Terry with career awards this year. And Prague has honored Terry's feet. [FULL STORY] Tuesday, 22 November 2005

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