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This might have already been reported elsewhere, but I just noticed that episode 13, series 1 of Catweazle is to be screened at the British Film Institute on Saturday 2nd February. A joint ticket is available with Catweazle's executive producer Joy Whitby in Conversation, public booking opens next week - already open to BFI members.
Thanks for alerting us to this. I have a feeling this has been done before, when Geoffrey and Richard were in attendance with Joy.
Simon W - any ideas???
Gosh - this is news to me. Yes,we did a showing way-way back in 1999 with everyone - and I had mentioned to the BFI over the years about another Catweazle themed night- with no response. So I am rather shocked to say the least. Have they asked Geoffrey? Would be amiss if they didn't.....
PS- just seen this
It's not a "sole" Catweazle night, but a celebration of Joy Whitby the producer.
Yes, I think it is more about Joy Whitby talking about her work on tv rather than Catweazle in general. I think it will just include a bit of Catweazle in the talk. Geoffrey is not involved at all.
It would be great though to do something next year at the BFI when Geoffrey is 90 wouldn't it Simon!!
Just to continue with this - Joy Whitby has now phoned the club, and has invited all club members along to attend the event. Tickets can be obtained via the box office on 020 7928 3232. Geoffrey will be there as guest of honour. Tim Brooke Taylor, Neil Innes and either Terry Jones or Gillam (can't remember which) will also be there. The last episode of the first series of Catweazle will be shown in the first part of the show and then the first episode will be shown in the other part. So clearly Catweazle is held in high regard! The BFI is along from Waterloo station, so is quite easy to get to. It would be good if all members that do intend to go, wear their Catweazle gear! Hope to see some of you there!!
Yay! I have my ticket. Maybe meet some of you there! I'll be wearing my Catweazle Pin
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Well done Tudor - see you there then!
yahoo we got our two tickets as well
It's going to be a mini Hexwood. A sort of appetiser for the main event.
Looking forward to it immensely and seeing everyone again x
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This is on the BBC web site today
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Joy Whitby was interviewed today on the Roberts Elms Show on BBC London. It was a bit of a plug for the BFI event on Saturday but did manage a Catweazle mention. She touched on the politics within London Weekend Television during production of the first and second series and how Catweazle became a victim of the internal wranglings due to influences from across the Atlantic.
The interview is on the BBC Radio iplayer and starts at about 1.33pm.
Got my tickets today from the BFI box office for both performances (Telling Stories & In Conversation).
If you're able to get to the box office they're doing a joint event concession for £13.80.
Hope to see some of you on Saturday.
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See you there Jeremy!
Just to say how nice it was to see everyone at the BFI a few days ago, a fantastic evening at the BFI followed by seeing Geoffrey again and then dinner in the Strand and not getting home til the early hours,...........we are such dirty stop-outs.
Yes, it was a very enjoyable evening and having a natter with everyone - wish we had had a little more time really.
Dinner in The Strand eh? That's the way to do it.