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This is a question I'm your biggest Fan

Tell us about your heroes. No. Scratch that.

Tell us about the lengths you've gone to in order to show your devotion to your heroes. Just how big a fan are you?

and we've already heard the fan jokes, thankyou

(, Thu 16 Apr 2009, 20:31)
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Nothing particularly funny, well, except them, obviously.
Went to the last night of Eddie Izzard's 'Sexie' tour at Wembley, must have been about 17, and was in the queue to meet him afterwards.
We got there at 11pm...by 2am, all but me, my best mate Joe and 2 others had given up and gone home, but not us, we were determined.
At about 2.30am, we hear high heels, and an apologetic Eddie comes round the corner. He gives us all a hug, poses for photos and says "I am so sorry, we are having a wrap party, and nobody told me anyone was waiting!".
He then invites us back to the party for a few beers, and yes, he is as funny and mad normally.

Also, with the same friend, saw Ross Noble just wondering through my home town as we were heading back from school.
He wasn't hugely well-known by then, just touring fairly small venues. Apparantly he often explores the town he is performing in to see if there is anything he can reference.
My friend said "You're that comedian fella" to which Noble said "My name is Ross Noble, and I am funny and strange", saluted us, and departed at speed.
(, Wed 22 Apr 2009, 12:39, 1 reply)
I am...
SO envious. Eddie Izzard is a comedy legend and genius.

Mind you, I got a cracking Christmas present in December, when I was whisked off to see the man himself performing on Shaftesbury Avenue in anticipation of his forthcoming tour.

He was awesome.

Also, we sat just behind Dame Judi Dench. She was very lovely.
(, Wed 22 Apr 2009, 13:03, closed)

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