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Peter Kay

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Peter Kay#1
Posted: 3/16/07 at 5:44pm
Just seen him on Comic Relief, does that mean he is off tonight from The Producers? Seems Comic Relief is depriving a few shows of their stars
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re: Peter Kay#2
Posted: 3/16/07 at 5:48pm
Ok, i guess it was pre-recorded. doh
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re: Peter Kay#2
Posted: 3/16/07 at 6:00pm
"I see ladies dressed as storm troopers!"

From his interview on Parkie, I haven't seen him onstage so I don't know if that's the actual line.

I went to Billy Joel's concert in Dublin last July and Peter Kay was the opening warm-up act, so to speak. He came on at 8, and Joel was out at 8.15. He was brilliant.
The rain we knew is a thing of the past -
deep-delving, dark, deliberate you would say
browsing on spire and bogland; but today
our sky-blue slates are steaming in the sun,
our yachts tinkling and dancing in the bay
like racehorses. We contemplate at last
shining windows, a future forbidden to no one.


Derek Mahon

"Maybe all one can do is hope to end up with the right regrets."

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re: Peter Kay#3
Posted: 3/17/07 at 9:14am
Peter Pre Recorded his comic relief video ,he was at the palace last night in the Producers and he was on fire last night

the show played to a very apprecitive sold out audience last night and they all put on the red noses at the end of the show for the bows song and peter did a speach about comic relief.

He also told all the cast how he was having a great time and how much he liked them(except for 1 of the ensemble he joked)

He also gave us FOH staff a mention yeeeeeeah
It was also John's birthday so peter got all 2000 people to sing Happy Birthday to him.

Peter Kay has not missed a show yet and his energy is up every night.

Very impressed ,same with Corey and John
Namo i love u but we get it already....you don't like Madonna
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re: Peter Kay#4
Posted: 3/17/07 at 9:23am
When's the show closing?
The rain we knew is a thing of the past -
deep-delving, dark, deliberate you would say
browsing on spire and bogland; but today
our sky-blue slates are steaming in the sun,
our yachts tinkling and dancing in the bay
like racehorses. We contemplate at last
shining windows, a future forbidden to no one.


Derek Mahon

"Maybe all one can do is hope to end up with the right regrets."

Arthur Miller
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re: Peter Kay#5
Posted: 3/17/07 at 11:42am
Not until middle of may
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re: Peter Kay#6
Posted: 3/18/07 at 9:02am
One of my mates has seen the show and he was raving about it. I really want to come up and see it. I love Peter Kay. Have downloaded the comic relief video onto my iPod
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re: Peter Kay#7
Posted: 3/18/07 at 9:55am
you really should get up to see it , its well worth it
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re: Peter Kay#8
Posted: 3/18/07 at 11:27am
Yep I'd second any advice to go and see the show. Peter Kay and Cory English aside the show itself is amazing. Mel Brooks paved the way back for the glory days of theatre when he wrote The Producers and allowed musicals to get over the ever more depressing stories about student revolutions and disfigured perverts. It's possibly the funniest show around- yes even better than Spamalot in my opinion, which is saying something!

As for the cast; Cory is the star. Pure genius as Max and well worth the price of the ticket. Peter Kay is hilarious in everything he does. Although he's not as good as Gary Beach who I saw in NY and is also on the film, just looking at him dressed as a woman or as a chubby little Hitler is great!

Go and see it!
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re: Peter Kay#9
Posted: 3/18/07 at 11:27am
Yep I'd second any advice to go and see the show. Peter Kay and Cory English aside the show itself is amazing. Mel Brooks paved the way back for the glory days of theatre when he wrote The Producers and allowed musicals to get over the ever more depressing stories about student revolutions and disfigured perverts. It's possibly the funniest show around- yes even better than Spamalot in my opinion, which is saying something!

As for the cast; Cory is the star. Pure genius as Max and well worth the price of the ticket. Peter Kay is hilarious in everything he does. Although he's not as good as Gary Beach who I saw in NY and is also on the film, just looking at him dressed as a woman or as a chubby little Hitler is great!

Go and see it!