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Monty Python Launches Official Fan SPAM Club

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Monty Python Launches Official Fan SPAM Club

Monty Python fans can now join the comedy troupe's official Monty Python's SPAM Club, claiming to be "the worst run fan club in the world"!

A spokesperson shared, "The Python SPAM Club will bring trademark Monty Python humour closer to fans by bringing it, literally, to their doorstop. With the Pythons back together for Monty Python Live (mostly) fans will have the opportunity to ask the stars of Monty Python anything between now and the final show on July 20th."

Fans can join the club at www.pythonspamclub.com

Learn more about MONTY PYTHON's upcoming Live Reunion show here!

Fans are urged to visit the club's interactive Fan Wall where they can share photos, videos and more with the hashtag #montypythonlive and #pythonspamclub, across all social media platforms.

The website also features a 'Spamvelope', offering fans the opportunity to ask questions. "The Pythons will endeavour to answer the odd question. No replies guaranteed," explains the site. "Correct answers not guaranteed. Sending the reply to the correct person not guaranteed. Those lucky enough to have their questions answered will see the replies posted on the site or - if they're really fortunate! - delivered to their doorstep in true Python style."

The launch of Monty Python's SPAM Club coincides with Monty Python Live (Mostly), which will see John Cleese, Terry Gilliam, Eric Idle, Terry Jones and Michael Palin reunite on stage at London's O2 Arena for 10 nights next month.

The final date - The Last Night of the Pythons - will be broadcast live into more than 450 theaters in the UK, and into 1,500 theaters worldwide. In addition, it will be broadcast live on TV.

The club's revival also coincides with the re-issue of Monty Python's classic 1989 album Monty Python Sings as Monty Python Sings (Again), which will be available on June 30th. The CD will feature bonus tracks of all-new recordings and never-before-released snippets from the Python archive as well as remixed Terry Gilliam cover artwork.


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