Video: The Mighty Boosh Future Sailors

Noel Fielding and Julian Barratt are back, baby! Returning to a stage near you as The Mighty Boosh Band this 29-30 September 2013 at London’s Soho Theatre. They will perform for you a range of songs from The Mighty Boosh comedy TV series (Future Sailors, rejoice!).

This is only a warm-up gig, an entrée if you will for the main course which is a support slot for Tenacious D (aka Jack Black’s other love) at Festival Supreme in Santa Monica on 19 October 2013.

The festival will also feature comedians Sarah Silverman (The Sarah Silverman Program), Zach Galiafinakis (The Hangover I, II & III), David Cross (Arrested Development), Bob Odenkirk (Saul Goodman from Breaking Bad), and *ahem* Adam Sandler. Jack Black claims The Mighty Boosh is his favourite TV show since Monty Python’s Flying Circus.

The Mighty Boosh have been on an extended hiatus since 2009 after their last live tour. Surrealistic lovers everywhere have been melancholy ever since. Myself included. I’ve been looking in bodies of water for Ol’ Gregg to share a shot of Bailey’s with, to no avail.

Again, for those of you British folk you have the luxury *comedy* of visiting an exhibition created in collaboration with Fielding, Barratt and the photographer Dave Brown from 24 October 2013 at Proud Gallery, London.

The sad peoples on the other side of the Equator will be waiting, hoping and wishing that The Mighty Boosh return to their lands with laughter in the form of song.

Or we will uprise and take to the internets to crowdsource The Mighty Boosh: Series 4. Whichever is easier.

Vince gets all offensive on your mum in Punk Song:

I got something to show ya, the resplendent Eels Song:

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About noisynoodle

I am a noisy noodle hailing from Melbourne, Australia who loves listening to noise in all forms, but preferably in music, TV and film. I’ve moonlighted on community radio at SYN-FM many years ago when I was still a “youth”. My mission is to promote live music (get off your bum and see something!), highlight interesting TV shows that are ignored by the ratings, expose some cool films and to not go deaf trying!

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