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Little Britain Aberdeen
BBC Radio and Television programme Little Britain stars David Walliams and Matt Lucas will be in Aberdeen to perform live at the Exhibition Centre
(AECC) on 16, 17 and 18 November 2006.
Supporting stars and actors include Samantha Power, Paul Putner and the voice of Tom Baker.
Tickets are available to buy from the Aberdeen Box Office
Sketches and characters may include:
- Vicky Pollard
- Lou Todd and Andy Pipkin
- Marjorie Dawes
- Daffyd the only gay in the village
- Emily Howard and Florence Rose the transvestites
- Dennis Waterman
- Sebastian Love
- Bubbles DeVere
- Sir Norman Fry MP
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Little Britain Information
The title Little Britain comes from combination of the phrases Little England and Great Britain because David Walliams and Matt Lucas wanted the characters and sketches to reflect life in modern Britain.
Little Britain started as a radio comedy on BBC Radio 4 in 2001. These 30 minute episodes are often repeated on BBC Radio 7.
Two years later, in 2003, the lads moved onto TV with 8 episodes on BBC Three digital channel. More episodes were made and Little Britain made a move onto BBC2 and then with their increased popularity they moved onto BBC1 in 2004.
The popularity of Little Britain has grown and grown, so much so that the popular characters Lou and Andy had their own waxworks models unveiled at Madame Tussaud's in London on 10 October 2005.
Their catchphrases from their characters have been repeated by ordinary folk up and down the Country. These include
- Yeah, but no, but yeah, but...
- Yeah, I know!
- I want that one
- I'm the only gay in the village
- Computer says No
- I'm a laydee
Regular performers and actors on Little Britain are:
- David Walliams
- Matt Lucas
- Tom Baker (voice over)
- Anthony Stewart Head
- Steve Furst
- Paul Putner
- Ruth Jones
- Charu Bala Chokshi
- Joann Condon
Each series has celebrity guest appearances which have included:
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