Utopolis is screening a live broadcast of the Monty Python Live show from the O2 Arena in London. Delano has a pair of tickets to the Belval screening.
Hailed as the comedy event of the year, the comeback show by the five surviving members of Monty Python sold out the O2 Arena in record time. A further series of shows also sold out within minutes of tickets going on sale. Utopolis is one of the cinemas around the world at which a live broadcast of the show is being transmitted on Sunday.
The critics were mostly kind to what Mick Jagger in a self-deprecating promo video called “a bunch of wrinkly old men trying to relive their youth and make a load of money.”
The show sees John Cleese, Michael Palin, Terry Jones, Eric Idle and Terry Gilliam revive some of the troupe’s most famous sketches and songs including the Dead Parrot Sketch, The Argument, Always Look On The Bright Side Of Life and The Lumberjack Song. They are performed live, but giant screens also show snippets of the original TV performances and the brilliant Gilliam gets to unveil some of his trademark animation to link the sketches.
The film is being shown at Utopolis in Kirchberg (almost sold out) and Belval. Delano has 1 pair of tickets to give away to the Belval screening. To win a pair, simply send an email to email@example.com marking the subject field “Utopolis-Monty Python”.
Deadline for entries is Friday 18 July at 9 a.m. Please include your full name and a contact telephone number in your email. Winners will be notified by email on Friday morning.
Utopolis Belval, ave du Rock’n’Roll, Esch-Belval