‘The Mighty Boosh’ play secret ‘dress rehearsal’ show

Comedy team warm-up for festivals with free gig

The Mighty Boosh played a secret warm-up gig on (June 6) for the festivals, performing at London‘s Big Chill House.

The comedy team are headlining their own festival on in Kent on July 5, before playing the Big Chill on August 1.

To prepare themselves, the group took the stage under the name as The Arthur Conan Doyles, billing the free show in Kings Cross as a “dress rehearsal” for their shows.

The Mighty Boosh played:

‘Electro Boy’

‘Future Sailors’

‘Did A Shit’

‘Jazz Shit’

‘Mangina’

‘Bingo Jazz’

‘Nannageddon’

‘Eels’

‘Charlie’

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