John Cleese Tickets
Legendary star of Monty Python Flying Circus and Fawlty Towers, John Cleese is all set to bring his unique comedy talents on stage once again. He is also the winner of BAFTA Award for Best Light Entertainment Performance and Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Guest Actor. At the age of 73, the comedy star still shows no signs of retiring anytime soon. His latest movie Spud 2: The Madness Continues, has recently hit the box office, and he himself is all geared up for another comedy tour after his greatly successful Alimony Tour in 2011. Buy John Cleese tickets today and be a part of the laughing tirade that is coming to your city.
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John Cleese is a distinctive star who has the ability to produce humor in the gravest of situations. On his Alimony Tour, right after he was divorced from his third wife Alyce Faye Eichelberger and had to pay $20 million in alimony, John Cleese said in one of his live shows, “I’m performing because I need money. To comfort me, my lawyer told me to imagine how much I would have to pay if Alyce had contributed anything to the relationship- such as children or a conversation”. John Cleese had a talent for comedy that came to forefront at a very young age, while he was still in school. His humor was popular even before he professionally embarked on this journey. Cleese has had quite a successful professional career as well, which began with the post of a sketch writer for BBC Radio’s Dick Emery Show and The Frost Report. After that John Cleese formed “Monty Python” in collaboration with his friends and his stardom kicked off from there on. Cleese co-wrote and starred in three films and four series by the Monty Python. The highlight role of John’s career was the neurotic hotel manager character Basil Fawlty in Fawlty Towers, which he had co-written with his then wife Connie Booth.
John Cleese has gained admiration for his comic acts and made a huge fan following. A Fish Called Wanda was the first project that Cleese undertook outside UK, which he had also co-written. He starred in with Jamie Lee Curtis in this play, and this performance won the hearts of US audience. John Cleese also appeared in James Bond movies The World is not Enough and Die Another Day, in the late nineties. His latest appearance has been in the South African film Spud 2, and he has played the eccentric English professor named “The Guv”.
John Cleese has done it all, from writing to starring in plays, theatrical, musical and comedy shows and productions, as well as films and sitcoms. And yet there is no slowing down for this remarkable star. Now he is coming to your city, and bringing his entertaining acts to amuse his fans. Tickets for his shows are available at affordable rates, so get your cheap John Cleese tickets today and join the laughter mania. According to the critics, his live performances are the best and most memorable ones. He tends to involve his audience in his humor. Once performing in Oslo, he invited a group of attendees on the stage with him, and got them to ask different questions together. That resulted in senseless comic situation that had the audiences rolling with laughter.
John Cleese is generally known to go for the simple route in his live performances. You can expect a straightforward story telling of his life’s ups and downs in soft humor. His ability to mitigate the harshness of certain anecdotes and convert them into hilarious expressions, which his viewers can relate with, distinguishes him from his other contemporaries in the world of comedy. So hurry now and get your John Cleese tickets so you don’t miss the incredible live performance by this amazing comedy star.
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