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Mighty Boosh on trip through time and space

PUBLISHED: 14:25 26 June 2008 | UPDATED: 13:23 05 October 2010

Mighty Boosh want to  use audience as guinea pigs

Mighty Boosh want to use audience as guinea pigs

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AN AUDIENCE at an intimate venue in Shoreditch is being taken on a journey through time and space’ to the world of the Mighty Boosh. The bizarre comedy duo are using Carrgo’s audience as guinea pigs on Tuesday night (July 1) to try out a musical set due to be aired at the Mighty Boosh festival in Kent and for their August appearance at The Big Chill

AN AUDIENCE at an intimate venue in Shoreditch is being taken on a journey 'through time and space' to the world of the Mighty Boosh, writes Victoria Huntley.

The bizarre comedy duo are using Carrgo's audience as guinea pigs on Tuesday night (July 1) to try out a musical set due to be aired at the Mighty Boosh festival in Kent and for their August appearance at The Big Chill.

Alongside their usual antics, Howard Moon and Vince Noir, AKA Julian Barratt and Noel Fielding, introduce the all-new Mighty Boosh Band in a warm-up for their first festival performances with Boosh stalwarts Naboo the Enigma, Bob Fossil and gorilla Bollo.

The audience bear witness to a cavalcade of music and monsters, spanning all the genres of Earth music from skiffle to a psychedelic snowball of noise.

Tuesday's show at Carrgo's at 83 Rivington-street, Shoreditch (just south of Old-st), runs 7pm-1am. Tickets are limited, £8 advance from 020-7739 3440, or online:

www.cargo-london.com


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