Look how close we are :-)
I *DO* try desperately to get an upstairs seat but after going there for so many years, most of the actors now know my name and very very kindly arrange for me to have the table dead centre in front of the stage which TENDS to be where a reasonable amount of interaction takes place so I'm well and truly foxed on that intention.Originally Posted by Slowhand, post: 179452
I have, every now and again, explained that I'm rather shy but the performers are all so amazing that such a thing really isn't within their understanding I dont think.
They do however tailor the shows a little when I'm there to include the bits they know I like (and how bloomin' cool is THAT!!!!!) and pick on other tables.
That is really great! I finally "get" what Johnie was saying... LOL. How close they are to the show! Kinda' went over my head.
I've not ever done this show either. Must admit I'm not too interested? I really, really don't care for "country" music and can't imagine making it through an entire show of it.
BUT!!! I'm really glad you like it!
Back when "Who Wants to be a Millionaire; Play It" was running, my DW and I went to the Hoop Dee Do. The best bit was about halfway through when all the cast is onstage and someone asked the leading guy (who also was the host at Millionaire) if that was his "final answer". The whole place cracked up including the cast. It was so funny! They couldn't keep a straight face and kept flubbing their regular lines with snickering!Originally Posted by Keith, post: 179457
I'd actually pay good money to see both of you there!Originally Posted by Slowhand, post: 179462
Tom (... yee haw!)
Originally Posted by Slowhand, post: 179462
I suspect if they got a hint that I was there with a party of people, we'd be the most picked on table in the history of the show