flying circus


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flying circus

n
1. (Aeronautics) an exhibition of aircraft aerobatics
2. (Aeronautics) the aircraft and men who take part in such exhibitions
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Monty Python's Flying Circus (the name Monty Python was chosen because they thought it sounded like a bad theatrical agent) was indeed something completely different.
MONTY Python's Flying Circus was nearly axed after its first 1969 season because BBC chiefs felt it wasn't profitable enough.
THIS week the Examiner paparazzo has been out and about on the streets of Huddersfield calling in at Dawn Chorus at the Flying Circus Want to be papped?
The 1967 show is credited with being the forerunner of Monty Python's Flying Circus.
Other guests at the four-day festival, from October 25-28, include Terry Jones, pictured, of Monty Python's Flying Circus, Don Estelle of It Ain't Half Hot Mum and former Darth Vader and Green Cross Code Man Dave Prowse.
The first edition of Monty Python's Flying Circus went out on October 5, 1969.
Snapper about town THIS week the Examiner paparazzo has been out and about on the streets of Huddersfield calling in at the Dawn Chorus dance night at the Flying Circus Want to be papped?
THE best-loved sketches from Monty Python's Flying Circus are to be turned into a Broadway show.
The Flying Circus and North West Kite Group will give demonstrations and there will be opportunities to make kites from scratch.
Palin will present The Monty Python Mystery Tour, in which he re-visits some of the locations where Flying Circus sketches were shot.
Meanwhile, bosses at The Flying Circus bar on Cross Church Street will be interviewed by Kirklees Council's environmental services department after customers were allegedly found smoking indoors.
MONTY Python's Flying Circus is the most influential TV comedy, according to a new poll.