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The Two Faces of Mitchell and Webb
4 October 2010 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

I love the duo on Peep Show, and their sketch-show That Mitchell and Webb Look has some good funny moments too, and I am quite happy to say that I saw them live when they did tour. David Mitchell and Robert Webb on stage at the The Grand Opera House theatre in York present to the audience some of their most well loved characters and the one or two familiar sketches from the TV show. These characters include the evil James Bond style villain, the German noticing the skull on their caps, Big Talk, the football advert, the man entering places wanting poison or anything to kill someone, the nasty waiter/priest, the "Now We Know!" sex scene, Numberwang, the adventures of Sir Digby Chicken Sezer and Ginger, Ted and Peter the snooker commentators with their song "Table of Reds" (spoofing Chris De Burgh's "Lady in Red"). Also starring James Bachman and Abigail Burdess. Worth watching!


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