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Claire Brown on Friday, 31 December 2010

Your great, not that you already know :D My family and i are looking forward to seeing your concert in Edinburgh... whoo! I got my mum your DVD Ready For This? and i just want to say it is a classic piece of work. Keep up the good work... i hate sounding like a teacher, and by saying that i just did. :P

Savannah on Thursday, 30 December 2010

TIM Please come to Newcastle =D I'll honestly try to get a decent seat so I can throw you my Ian McEwan books along with a box of cookies, if you really want. That's all I'm asking you , come to Newcastle! Thanks =] Savannah x

Lukasz on Thursday, 30 December 2010

Tim, me, my girl and many friends of ours, are huge fans!!! (on the side note, who introduced us to you), were wondering if you're ever planning to visit Vancouver? and perhaps doing a show...

Emma on Thursday, 30 December 2010

I took my younger sister to see 'Matilda, A Musical' today and had the best two and a half hours in a very very long time. Thank you!

Chrisco on Thursday, 30 December 2010

Google on occasion auto corrects your name to Time machine, unimportant? I think probably so. Oh and you're hilarious. That is all.

Thiago Attianesi on Thursday, 30 December 2010

Tim Minchin will day before I can see her, will need so much time to get enough fame in Brasil. I just wanna see more things of Tim, digital things, I dont have much money or can understand perfect english(dumb and poor, ya ya, I know) withouth subtitles, but I really trying. To buy something and get to Brasil I have to pay something like 300% of value and I live in a fuck 3rd world country, this way, is really hard have something of the genious. This way I asking here, or better, I begging here for the fairys and Tim to say to me, where I can download a movie with subtitle, or if I can pay some digital thing to see other videos. I really wanna see more things of Tim Minchin, you can help me?

James Silk on Thursday, 30 December 2010

Happy New Year, Tim.

Amanda on Wednesday, 29 December 2010

I saw the last night of the UK tour in Nottingham and it was just fantastic. The orchestra was a genius idea and it added so much to the atmosphere. New stuff was very funny and I will be buying the cd. It's just a shame the "Crackers" man won't be on the O2 recording. Thank you for a truly moving evening that I will remember always, especially the encores. Hope you feel better soon and have a great new year. (p.s. I would love to bring you cookies.)

Pam Hollis on Wednesday, 29 December 2010

Tim - My hubbie & I are fans who live in a little town called Chico, in Northern California. We stumbled upon your work somehow and are smitten. I was considering timing a trip overseas to coincide with one of your concerts when I saw (heart atwitter) that you were coming to LA! But the ticket were sold out! But you're doing a 2nd night! I snatched up 2 tickets and we're flying down for a quickie with you on Tues 01/12/11. I'm spreading the word up here where the cool people live and dreaming that you'll come to Chico and perform at the Sierra Nevada Brewery, a beautiful venue where I promise you would be sold out. Of course you'll be too famous by next year, so maybe instead you'll come to San Francisco where you would have hundreds of venue options. Best Wishes - we're glad you're coming to the "left" coast!

Deana on Wednesday, 29 December 2010

Hi Tim. I just wanted to say that we really admire your work. Friends of ours sent us a link to "Storm" a few years ago and we have been hooked ever since. We really hope you come and tour through Canada sometime soon! Happy New Year and all the best to you and yours!

Cathy on Tuesday, 28 December 2010

Hi Tim, hope you're feeling better, read somewhere recently that you were a fan of the author Ian McEwan, being a bit of a bookworm I'm always looking for new writers to try and thought well Tim must be a pretty good judge so asked for three McEwan books for Christmas. Just wanted to say thanks so much for unknowingly pointing me in his direction, have just finished the third book in as many days, haven't been able to put them down! It's been a fab Christmas, reading a brilliant writer's work and listening to a brilliant composer's music (the latter being you as if you didn't know) x

Amar Demeku-Ousman on Tuesday, 28 December 2010

Hey Tim! I've been a fan of yours for a couple years now. I just wanna say that your brilliant! I would really hope that you do a tour and come through Canada, I know watching you perform live would rare and a huge treat for me =) Its hard enough to get your merch all the way over here heh. Hope your doing well, keep on rockin, & cheers from Canada =)

Beth Macer on Tuesday, 28 December 2010

Having only seen a bit of your work on a few tv appearences, I was bought your DVD's for christmas and am now in danger of wearing them out. Genius!!!! Your work is thought provoking and 'white wine in the sun' made me want to laugh and cry at the same time. I've really been inspired to start writing music again - Thanks! Your very talented! - Tim for PM!! - P.S - please come to Brighton - it would make my year!!! Beth :)

Harriott James Cleaver on Tuesday, 28 December 2010

Hi Tim unfotunately I will not be able to attend you concert in Sydni on the 25th of March due to school work so I was wondering if you were doing a concert in 2012 the same day because that is my birthday and I need to book the very front seat in the front row because I have an eye problem and I have been to other shows and I coulden`t see anything so please could you e-mail me with the date the tickets go on sale thanks <3 XXXXX :) P.S This might sound a bit forward but if I do go to your concert on my birthday could you call me up on stage or meet you after the show, if I could talk to you it would make my birthday XXXXX

Judy on Tuesday, 28 December 2010

Please come back to Canada.

Richard on Tuesday, 28 December 2010

Hey Tim, Are you ever coming to Sweden/Stockholm for a show? Best regards Richard

Abi E on Monday, 27 December 2010

Oo hello, I was at the Nottingham arena gig (last date of your UK tour for 2010) and it was utterly fantastic! The music was spectacular, the orchestra really enhanced some of your previously showcased songs, and the new material was GREAT! Loved the new song "cont"; the best bit was the look on my "not-previously-exposed-to-Tim" friend's face for the first half of it, he was clearly wondering what the heck I'd dragged him along to - comedy gold! He's also a ginger - sooo glad you did that song - we had a very fun night! When I've finished writing this I plan to purchase the CD of the show as I NEED to hear that "beauty..." one again. Very moving. Gorgeous piano. Thank you so much for coming to Nottingham, please come back soon xx

Sonya on Sunday, 26 December 2010

There is so much extra merch available to those in the UK. Will any be availble with the upcoming Australian tour?

Rebecca on Saturday, 25 December 2010

Tim; Please come back to Derby Assembly Rooms! You're amazingly talented, I'd love to see you live :) (oh and by the way, i love your DVD Ready for This - Best christmas present :D Bec xx

Torstein on Saturday, 25 December 2010

Having brought friends with me from Norway to the spectacle in the O2 on the 14th, I must tell you; the show was AMAZING! (sorry for the delay). I saw you in Oxford last year, a cool theatre gig. And you pulled of the arena gig with a stroke of brilliance that is hard to match. Would love to see you in a more intimate setting (*not in a stalkerish kind of way*) like a pub gig. But most importantly, where ever you are, and whatever you face, we'll be back to see you! Have a great holiday!

Vicki on Saturday, 25 December 2010

Any chance you might come to New Zealand?? We adore you and would love to see you live. Please come!!

Jamie on Saturday, 25 December 2010

I know its a long shot but if anyone got tickets for tim in stratford (conversation with) that they don't want or need (unlikely i know) then i am willing to pay well above the face value. It would make my xmas!! Merry christmas everyone!!! Email on [email protected]

Angie on Friday, 24 December 2010

Bless You!! Well that for all the sneezing in your household, I really think you should take lots of medicine and get better soon. I have just spent a week trying to work out how to sell my soul to the devil to get in and see you in January in Stratford but the plan is not coming together :-( Anyway Mr M, have a great commercial festival day but hey make it great for both your lovely girls by being Christmassy as well as full of snot. Loving the new show in Nottingham it was so FUCKIN' ROCK. Perhaps I can come and jam with you one day and strike off a wish on my must do this lifetime list. Will stop boring you and using up chill time. You in a word GENIUS!

Bec and Adam Starr on Friday, 24 December 2010

Have a happy Christmas. Hope the flu is gone from your house in no time and that you are not tormented by little people who look like glazed doughnuts. Have a great New Year. Bec and Adam

Frannie on Friday, 24 December 2010

All the best for 2011, and have yourself a merry little christmas. You've given me great inspiration for debates in RS... as well as many laughs. :) Thanks so much for making this world happier, more rational and ultimately slightly more open to discussion. xxx

Cazz on Friday, 24 December 2010

Just wanna say, MERRY CHRISTMAS & BEST WISHES for 2011 to all . Hope everyone has a nice time. xxxxx

Bailey on Friday, 24 December 2010

Please come back to Wakefield, It would be great to see you live.

Kona Gilbertson on Friday, 24 December 2010

You kickass..... love you here in Alberta,Canada !!!!!

Laura in Pennsylvania, US on Thursday, 23 December 2010

Your work is fabulous. My sister is addicted to your YouTube vids and has been sharing them via Facebook. Hope you will get some US compatable DVD's out soon so we can support and enjoy you here! Best wishes...

Morgan from Northampton on Thursday, 23 December 2010

tim i absoloutly adore you to be honest... your one of the only comedians who have the ability to make me laugh so hard i cry, and i also love white wine in the sun, but my favourites have to be the pope song, rock and roll nerd, six foot four kiwi or not perfect... even though i love 'confessions' and 'prejudice', i can name all of your songs and all the words, oh and you on the jonathan ross show was amazing, i laughed so hard when you pulled jonathan's trousers down! i admire you, your like a role model to me, and i'm so jealous of your wife and kids to have a man like you in their life, i adore you! best wishes xxx

Jennie on Thursday, 23 December 2010

Hi Tim and Co, i'm part of the teenage market and i think you're a genius! i recently saw you at the MEN Arena, i didn't want it to end, i also cried at Not Perfect and White Wine in the Sun; in a good way though :D All i can say is thank you! :)

Jamie on Thursday, 23 December 2010

I have been trying to get tickets for Tim Minchin (a conversation with) in Stratford but all are sold out :( Is Tim planning on doing anymore of these as I would love to see it and am gutted I missed out :(. Thanks.

Sandy O'Hare on Thursday, 23 December 2010

I would just like to thank you for making me belly laugh and almost pop my stitches a week after surgery! Even though I knew it wasn't a wise thing to do, I couldn't resist watching you on ABC2 the other night. The pain was worth it! I'd also like to thank you for supporting the "Autism" cause with the proceeds from your beautiful Christmas song. I downloaded it because I love the song and now that I know where the funds are going I am even happier that I did. My autistic son and I thank you!

Chris B on Wednesday, 22 December 2010

Went to see you in the M.E.N. Arena in Manchester the other day as my girlfriend got us tickets to see you for Christmas, I guess you probably don't really any/all of these, but all the same you were awesome. Best Christmas present anyone got me though- even if all we could see was your ego!

Ben on Wednesday, 22 December 2010

im 15 and i became a fan of yours at the begining of october when i first heard darkside by accident and since then i've been obsessed with learning and perfecting it. so far i can play the entire song through and about half the solo just by ear and by trying to get a glimpse of your hands on the many different clips of it on youtube and so far i think its coming along quite well and i'm planning on playing it for my music GCSE next year and i just want to say thank you for being so good at what you do so that other rock and roll nerds like me can discover and learn to play whilst waiting for inspiration. because so far i've written 3 songs and 2 of them have been in the last two months and i'm constantly thinking of little tunes so i play them and write them down which hopefully i will be able to adapt and turn into masterpieces such as your own.

Carol on Tuesday, 21 December 2010

Pure Genius - watched you on ABC2 last night and am hooked on your brilliant mind etc...

J on Tuesday, 21 December 2010

Will Tim be at any of the Matilda shows? I'm going for my birthday and would love to meet him!!

sm on Tuesday, 21 December 2010

Watched your show on ABC last night, pure genius. Your talents are limitless and I truly enjoyed being along for the unpredicatble ride! You are a master of moods and can move effortlessly from the tragic to the heart-felt warmth of "Wine in the sun." I share your sentiment on Christmas and wish the same for my baby girl! Keep on doing what you do!

Naomi on Tuesday, 21 December 2010

Tim, you are Jesus. When are you coming to New Zealand? Incidentally, I'd love to bring you cookies

km on Tuesday, 21 December 2010

Tim, I saw you at the o2 on the 14th and I have to say it was the best live show of any variety I have ever had the pleasure of watching. You are superbly talented and you somehow articulate what I always wish I could say but can't ever find the right words..just magical. Thanks and cheeese! xxxx

Bear & Nog on Tuesday, 21 December 2010

Thank you for the fantastic show @ the Manchester M.E.N. on Dec 17th. Ms Bear (who doesn't "dig on dancing") both think that it would be economically ridiculous for you to book the Heritage Orchestra + BnP, the articulated trucks, the sound & lighting systems, roadies etc etc for just a few gigs in Scotland in April - when you can come back to the North-West at the same time! Get the hint? ;-) Failing that - then please get the tour DVD out in the U.K. as quick as possible.

Jamie on Tuesday, 21 December 2010

Hi Do you know where I can get the Rock n Roll Nerd documentary on DVD in the UK without having to import it from Australia? Thanks!

Henryk yonza on Tuesday, 21 December 2010

Hello, I just would like to thankyou, thankyou for your insight to the debautery we call progress, to the never ending appetite called greed, and for the upmost talented used of it all in your performances. I am new to your work yet it has changed views which have been distorted for some time.

kathryn on Tuesday, 21 December 2010

i just want to say thank you for making me laugh my husband bought me your DVD for Xmas and yes I have watched it already i couldn't wait lol we were both in stitches you truly are a very talented man. i just love the canvas bag song and will def be going to see you on tour when you tour again. merry Christmas.

Hunter on Tuesday, 21 December 2010

I like Mr Minchin's work.. It is nice.. (but "nice" and "like" are weak little 4 letter words).. I was impressed, nudged, infected, confronted, jealous, surprised, slapped, engaged, challenged, tickled, nostalgic, encouraged, cautioned and delighted by the fist seriously entertaining split-level comedy since I applauded Dred Zeppelin in Newcastle.. no.. make that Spike Milligan in Sydney. Thank you Tim. I admire your intellect, art and the games you have created. I do sympathise. Grinnnn. Hunter

Andrew on Tuesday, 21 December 2010

Just saw your show on ABC TV and thought: I like this guy, thanks mate. Going off to wait for a live show now - cheers

Mark on Tuesday, 21 December 2010

Sir, you are not a God, he/she is a pretend construct for the weak... problem is I cannot think of an epitath that works, so I will simply compare you to Tony Locket... yup, you are the Goal kicking genius of Comedy!!! Keep going!

Todd on Monday, 20 December 2010

I heard "White Wine in the Sun" for the first time this week. So while this comment is quite late in coming I felt compelled to leave it. Mr. Minchin, you are a constant surprise. Often you make me laugh, this song made me cry, in a good way. I am far away from my family and I miss getting to see them at Christmas. I think it's time for a phone call to my dad, mother. sister, and gran. Thanks for reminding me. All the best to you and yours. DP5

Carl on Monday, 20 December 2010

I went to your concert in Cardiff in December 2010. It was an amazing night. Your new songs were out of this world and I didn't stop giggling leaving the event. You are bright, funny and a gifted entertainer. I wish you all the best in the future.

Louise on Monday, 20 December 2010

Saw the show at the O2 in London, was absolutely fantastic, I could hardly 'camen-bare' the musical genuis that is Tim! What an amazing lyricist, musician and comedian ( and also incredibly sexy) Forget Brad Pitt, your much better Tim!!! Love you and work, always will! Lou x

rebecca on Monday, 20 December 2010

really enjoyed ur gig in manchester, u r a gr8 entertainer n I wish u all the best for the future. xx

Cathy on Monday, 20 December 2010

Well what can I say, 2010 hasn't been a great year for me but your music has certainly helped me through it, that and my wonderful husband, also called Tim, yes I am lucky enough to have two Tims in my life!!! The grand finale to my year has been surgery last week for a burst appendix only three days after I saw you at the NIA in Birmingham, I just kept thinking how lucky I was ... not to have survived all that pain, just for hubby and I to have seen Tim and his orchestra before it happened, what am I like! Since then my recovery has been enhanced by the purchase of the download of the gig at the 02, the only downside being it still hurts when I laugh (a bit!) so just wanted to say Tim, thank you so, so much for making what was a pretty shitty year a wonderful one after all, you are the most talented musician around in my opinion and I know I speak for many when I say how grateful I am for your continued hard work and all the hours you put in to perfect your art (and perfect it certainly is) Looking forward to taking the family to see Matilda in January, the first of many Minchin Musicals I hope. Have a great Christmas and a good R-E-S-T with your lovely family, you deserve it x

Kev Woods on Monday, 20 December 2010

Saw the show at the m.e.n in manchester and i can honestly say it was a bit bloody brilliant! Only a guy like you can sing about sams mums eyes and make me cry with laughter. Thanks Tim for makin my year! Kev.

Louise on Monday, 20 December 2010

I saw the show at Newcastle on the 11th, and it was honestly one of the highlights of my year (it's been a bloody good year too!). I was a bit worried that you were going to change your style to something a bit more mainstream-y for the arena shows, but I'm very happy to admit I was wrong :) I was in the front row, and it was amazing. The orchestra was incredible, and I seriously hope you release the score so I can persuade the orchestra I'm in to play it :) Just one complaint though ... Why on earth did you play Not Perfect and White Wine In The Sun straight after each other?! You turned me into an emotional wreck, and I had to walk through town with mascara down my face from crying! That was the third time in three years that I've seen you live, and it was definitely worth spending all of my money on. Thank you for an amazing night. The Newcastle Nerds love you, so come back soon!

Terje on Monday, 20 December 2010

saw you at the Manchester M.E.N Arena! you were so F**king rock! ;D When we came out there was snow everywhere, and english people who weren't used to it, ran around like kids, throwing snowballs at each other! and we had big problems coming home, and was worried i wouldn't be able to go home to Norway for Christmas! but i thought "at least i finally got to see Tim! so it was worth it no matter what happenes!". Thanks for a great show! :D

Gemma Nash on Monday, 20 December 2010

I had no knowledge of your existence until I saw you on Buzzcocks the other week, and I almost cried with laughter. When I found you were performing in Nottingham, I got very excited. Thank goodness for TV, as you (and the orchestra) were fantastic! I haven't laughed that hard for that long in ages. THANK YOU! I only now wish I hadn't missed the last 5 years of your shows.

Andy on Monday, 20 December 2010

Hi Tim! You just made my day, for every single day in a whole week. I saw you on youtube, and your devious mind and dexterous hands quickly made me want to give money to you; my way of showing affection. I'll share you (reluctantly) with family and friends. You already gave more than enough for the public good, but PLEASE keep going!

Sam on Monday, 20 December 2010

Saw you with some friends in Manchester on friday, was well worth the 6 hours waiting for trains home :D Havent laughed so much ever! and Cheese is just pure genius! Had tears in our eyes by the end of White wine in the sun! Cant wait to see you next time!

Georgette Hipwell on Monday, 20 December 2010

Absolutely AWESOME night Saturday at Nottingham arena 18th December 2010. I loved every minute of it, and the new songs are brilliant, you are mentally gifted, lyrical genius and I love you for it. Thank you for just being you Tim!

Katie on Sunday, 19 December 2010

Hey Tim. Absolutely amazing show on Friday night! We re-lived it immediately after on the drive home in all that snow and it's already synced onto my iPod! Will be taking my little sis and her mate to see Matilda in January (all 3 of us were there on Friday) and I'm gutted we're having to leave Stratford before you're there on the 16th, but I guess we can't have everything. Also, just a little thing FYI - the domain cheeseworld.com is up for purchase, maybe you should buy it and have it play CHEESE to everyone who visits... Just an idea. Anyway, really looking forward to seeing your stuff in Matilda and will be making every effort to see you when you're next touring the UK. Best wishes for a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. Keep up the fabulous work! xxx

Kate on Sunday, 19 December 2010

Heya Tim, I was part of the Cardiff crowd on Thurs and i have to say that you were awesome! Not only was it imensely fantastic, the combination of your epic music and lyrics went fantastically well with the orchestra, was the best thing ive seen at the CIA - youve left us begging for more, so looking forward to your next visit. We'll be sure to spread out the cheese for your return! (Im convinced the blizzard the next day was the enviromental affect of you leaving Cardiff without your awesomenss) It is so good to hear someone talk with genuin logic and honesty. A sociology degree and a heavily Catholic mother doesnt go very well but its good to hear from someone who is, well, right! Good luck for the rest of the tour, Merry Christmas and look forward to the next tour!

naomix on Sunday, 19 December 2010

Hi Tim, Loved your show at the MEN last Friday. Absolute genius. Particularly loved the statistics joke for a fellow nerd and cont. Harry Potter is also purely awesome by the way. Saw you in Cambridge with uni friends, seen you in Manchester...definitely going to come and see you again. Love Matilda and love you. Let me be your velp yeah? x

Katie on Sunday, 19 December 2010

Came to watch your show at the MEN on Friday.. Just amazing. You, Mr Minchin, are a genius. Particularly enjoyed Cont and Lullaby. Well worth the hour on the train and 2 mile walk home in the snow in high heels! Now considering becoming a full time stalker, or possibly proposing marriage via Twitter! xxx

Angie on Sunday, 19 December 2010

Well Tim, I visited Nottingham last night and think that you gave the best performance of any entertainer/group/comedian that I have ever seen. No over flash stage show but just raw pure talent, a great relationship with your audience and a fantastic and well deserved accompanying orchestra to enhance your musical and comedy talent. You totally deserved your 3x standing ovation. Go Go Mr Angry Feet, you are a genius. (Oh and you have inspired me to start writing and playing the piano again, so thank you)

Jessica Spencer on Sunday, 19 December 2010

WOW! Thats all i can say about Tims performance last night in Nottingham. Truely an amazing guy, so bloody funny the frikin genious. Cant not say thank you enough Tim, made me and my friend Megan's life! Good luck with the rest of the tour and merry christmas xx

Sammi on Sunday, 19 December 2010

Went to see Tim last night at the Trent FM Arena and it was truly awesome. Well done to Tim and the whole orchestra, you did a tremendous job. Tim you are beautiful and talented and I cant wait to see you again and again and again. Im addicted well and truly! Thankfully I have both dvds to keep me and the other half company until next time, although I might have to go and buy some lovely merchandise now too. Thanks Tim, you have really made our Christmas!!

Gordon on Sunday, 19 December 2010

Tim - just well bloody done - great show, great humour, great music and your views on life are excellent - loved it loved it loved it. Just GREAT - if you are reading this and you have not seen Tim live then make sure you book up next time Thanks Tim

Steve Pursglove on Sunday, 19 December 2010

Me and my partner (now VELP!) lost our Minchin virginity in Nottingham tonight, and all I can say is WOW!! So much talent, energy, intelligence, humour and charm on the stage, and the sound was truly amazing. And it was my birthday too. It's all too much. I need a lie down! But hey, Tim, do it again soon, mate ;-)

Victoria Walker on Sunday, 19 December 2010

Hey Tim, I went to see you at the MEN arena on 17th December - You blew me away. Your version of White wine in the sun made me cry it was so emotional...I loved it! You are amazing and you get better each time I see you play live! Keep it up! You are an inspiration!

Hippychick on Sunday, 19 December 2010

Hey Tim, just got back from seeing you in Notts and wanted to say thankyou for an amazing evening, the orchestra brought a whole new dimension to your work. I have been a fan of yours for a few years and was so excited to get my hands on these tickets!! I brought along 2 of my kids and we all agree you really are so f***ing rock!! p.s. will Matilda be touring, I would really love to take my 2 little girls to see it? x

JRay on Sunday, 19 December 2010

Tim, Just got back from your last UK gig at Trent FM Notts. I only found out about you 18 months ago and swore I would see you live.............................I just did!! You are totally f***ing awesome. An amazing comedian, entertainer, musician, lyricist and pianist. Wish I could play like that! The orchestra/band were fab too and complimented you totally. Want to see you again and again and again. Thanks for being so talented. JRay x x

Joe on Saturday, 18 December 2010

Great show at the MEN Arena last night. Excellent mix of old and new songs, I particularly liked the song about Sam's mum. Bit gutted that Inflatable you and Canvas Bags didn't appear within the old stuff put in the setlist, but I can't complain it was a truly outstanding gig. I've now seen six comedians live and last night's was by far the best and also the most unique. Great comedy, great music and one of the best piano players I have ever heard...also have to give credit to the superb Orchestra. Really hope you'll be back in the UK next year Tim! I know it's only a smallish place but please include Lincoln in your next tour haha! :)

Cindy Brooke on Saturday, 18 December 2010

Best gig we have ever been to! Manchester MEN, it was well worth the trip from Scarborough.

Vicki on Saturday, 18 December 2010

I don't care that I got lost in Cardiff for 3 hours trying to find the arena, it was so unbelievably, amazingly worth it :) The downside is, I don't think I will ever be able to sit anywhere but the front row ever again.. Thank you so much for such a wonderful night. You have not yet disappointed me at a live show (or anything else for that matter) and I will continue coming to every show you do :) I really hope you carry on doing one every year :) Much love, from a dedicated stalker/fan (I think it's a fine line), Vicki :) xx

Christos on Saturday, 18 December 2010

Hello Tim. Its sad that i just learnd about you 4 days ago while "researching" in youtube about important boobies videos.Its a same cause i was living in lonodn for 3 years, if i new you i wouldnt have defenetly come to your shows. Love your metality and the way you express it in comedy. Next visit over UK i'll make sure it will be at a gig of yours. Respect.

Sean on Saturday, 18 December 2010

Everything was going fine at the MEN gig last night until White Wine in the Sun. My Australian wife, who is not seeing her family for Xmas this year, burst into floods of tears and to add insult to injury had to walk through a blizzard to get back to the car.....she's been an emotional mess ever since. Cheers, Mate! Great show though.....

Suzanne Bunyar on Saturday, 18 December 2010

Thank you, thank you, thank you!! Saw you at Cardiff CIA on Thursday night. You were just brilliant, from start to finish. You have such a great and genuine rapport with your audience. A true genius. It was also a bonus to see Brad ( your double), as the last time I met him, was when I spoke to him along with Jamie Cullum on a beach in Sydney, back in April. Did you kidnap him from JC's band? It would explain the cage!! Anyway enough of Brad. It was you I came to listen to/ watch , and I am SOOOO glad I did. Hopefully see you again in 2011. x

Neil from Blackpool on Saturday, 18 December 2010

BIG "i thank you" for your MEN gig last night,ive been listening to your stuff for a couple of years,but,thats the first time ive seen you live and i felt flattered and honoured to have witnessed it.Even though we got stuck in the snow and it took us 6 hrs to do a 1 hr journey to get home,it was an amazing concert and "your" orchestra were spot on.Stadium concerts next :-)

Samantha B on Saturday, 18 December 2010

Is there any point in telling you that the MEN performance was AMAZING? I mean, your ego is already huge :P Naah, you're lovely, didn't stop smiling throughout the whole show. Not that I expected much else from you. I particularly loved your stand up bits yesterday as well as the new song Cont. (Was already a fan of it after the TAM sneak preview) I think you've got a way with words Mr Minchin, and you had the whole arena stunned at your speech on beliefs and religion. "Deep guy" I thought. (& The Qur'an book bit- very good) Hope to see you back soon. Thanks for a totally rocking, entertaining, hilarious, & an absolutely brill night. ;D

Hannah Taylor on Saturday, 18 December 2010

Thank you so much for playing 'White wine in the Sun' last night Tim. To be honest, that was the song I was most looking forward to hearing. The show was absolutely AMAZING! Loved all the new and old songs you performed, I could not stop smiling throughout the show. Hope you got home safe, see you next time xx

Compbh on Saturday, 18 December 2010

Mesmerised at the MEN Arena last night from start to finish. The songs sounded amazing with the orchestra backing -great musicians. Loved all the new songs especially your guilty pleasure! Definetely worth the snowy struggle home over the pennines back to York. See you next time.

Soleil on Saturday, 18 December 2010

you crack me up Tim! lucky i am not incontinent yet...just in the eyballs when i listen to your stuff!!..can you get eyeball incontinence pads?..wonder what they'd look like...mm maybe there's a market...anyway love the bent, eccenttic brilliance of yourself. therapy definately helped. warning: do not watch DVD while eating... cheers Soleil from Brisvegas. looking forward to March 18

Annaliese Lamb on Saturday, 18 December 2010

Hey Tim, We didn't want the show to end last night at the MEN you were simply captivating! After 3 full audience standing ovations, I think it's safe to say the entire audience were of one mind. I think It is fantastic how utterly frank you are in your songs, you say what the entire audience is thinking but are often to afraid to say. This is why it was such a good atmosphere as the audience all held the same views. We will definitely be at your next tour. Thank you for a truly memorable show! With anticipation of your next tour, Merry Christmas (Enjoy your white wine in the Sun).

DonAKBab on Saturday, 18 December 2010

Great show in Cardiff on thursday, have been listening to our fortunately purchased last copy of the O2 gig CD since. Can't wait 'till you come back around and we can do it all over again, maybe Desmond Tutu'll stay 'till the end next time. CHEESE!!!!!!!!!!

Amy on Saturday, 18 December 2010

Went to the Brighton show last Monday and had a truly awesome, memorable night. Enjoyed it from start to finish, orchestra was pretty impressive too, thanks Tim.

Alex on Saturday, 18 December 2010

Haha, loved the Pope song mate: it's just sad that it's true... Definitely buying a ticket for next year's tour. Keep up the good work! Alex =]

Amy on Saturday, 18 December 2010

Got back an hour ago after seeing your show! It was amazing and would love to see you again! White wine in the sun was breath taking, your voice is beautiful! Im still buzzing after a 3 and a half hour journey home due to the snow but wouldnt have changed a thing!! Glad you mixed some new and old material :) thanks for a great night out, you deserved an standing ovation! Xx

Danny Jones on Saturday, 18 December 2010

hey Tim great show tonite i loved it all, but you were slightly overshadowed by the bus journey back home to bury on the 135. im going to be cheeky and ask for free tickets but for a change there not for me instead they are for Kevin 'the legend' Townsend from Bury Bus Depot who was piloting the bus home. in the usaul half hour journey which incedentally took nearly 2 hours he managed to get us unstuck after 5 minutes sliding on the snow, he then managed to single handedly stop a fight on board the bus and then got off and gathered holly branches in order to get us unstuck for the second time. even then it took a group ffort of getting off and pushing the bus for 5 mins before we were moving again. go on be a star and send him two tickets to your next gig in the north west, he had no idea who you were that was until the bus began entertaining him with very poor renditions of your songs he is now a FAN honest hahaha, If your as much of a legend as i always thought you were then please send him the tickets addressed to Kevin 'The Legend' Townsend First Bury Bus Depot Rochdale Road Bury P.S i Really loved the show and cant wait to see you again, hopefully drinkin white wine in the sun with my family in perth Cheers the passengers of the 135 to bury xxxx

Claire on Friday, 17 December 2010

Went to the O2 on Tuesday night - fantastic gig, had the BEST time! Good mixture of old and new, and just amazing. Can't wait to see when you're next down this way

Joanne on Friday, 17 December 2010

Tim, you are a legend. Sensational show in Cardiff last night. Glad the snow held off for us. For the sake of the Manchester crowd, I hope the snow didn't hamper you today. Had snow stopped play last night, I fear tears would have been shed. Brilliant show even if I could only see your knees under the piano. They are nice knees though. Kind of you to suggest I move to the spare seat a few down from mine, but my lovely v.e.l.p. may have been upset if i'd left her at the 'knees only' vantage point. When we saw you at Swansea Grand last year, I didn't think you could 'top' it, but you did. The new material is fantastic and it was a great selection of your older stuff. And the orchestra was a great idea. We look forward to the next tour and just hope it rolls around quickly. Have a great Christmas. I hope you are managing to get home for Christmas. Love 'n' stuff.

Charlieeeee! on Friday, 17 December 2010

I was at your O2 show on Tuesday and was totally blown away by the entire performance. The orchestra were brilliant and added a whole other dimension to the show, the only criticism I have about them is that they seemed too loud on occasion and I struggled hearing the lyrics. That was only an issue for the new songs though! I know all the lyrics to pretty much all of your other songs and was quietly singing along with my best friend to The Pope Song. I thought you were great last year in Cambridge and that was a much more intimate show however, I fully understand why you chose to do arena's on this tour. And I really enjoyed the whole night. For people coming to see your show in the next few days; Don't leave your seat until the stage lights go off and the lights in the seats come on or you'll miss the brilliant encores. I love you and your work, Tim. So glad I got a ticket to see you. Hope you are enjoying the tour and have a very merry Christmas and a happy new year. Lay off the white wine and cheese though! :D xx

Rich on Friday, 17 December 2010

Mindblowing show last night in Cardiff Tim. Loved your new stuff and it was great to hear some of the classics. You are a fantastic performer. Me and my friend waited by the stage door for a chance to meet you, but you'd apparently left almost immediately which is a shame. Still a fantastic show though!

George Rogers on Friday, 17 December 2010

We sing 'What Was '06/'05 For?' instead of Auld Lang Syne at my house! White Wine In The Sun is on almost every morning here, as well... Get Halloween covered and there'd be a Tim Minchin song for every holiday we celebrate!

Susan DeBree on Friday, 17 December 2010

Yes it's been said before (although not by me)...please please please come to the US! I'm not generally given to begging but I will beg for you to include the US in a future tour. I assure you that you have a strong fan base here and the gigs will be well received and will make you money. As long as I'm begging, would you please consider coming to Texas? Don't just do New York and California which, apparently, are the only cool states in the country. I know Texas has a very bad reputation (rightly so) and it's asking a great deal...think of it as a humanitarian gesture. Thanks Tim! Help us!!!

Louise on Friday, 17 December 2010

You sure do know how to put on a great show and rock the f*ck out of a piano. It was an amazing night (well after the fiasco of me spilling my drink over the poor guy in front of me..), i am glad they didn't ask my age, after all, i was am 15 and it said strictly over 16's only, haha, fooled you all. My mum later asked me, 'was the show rude' to which i replied, not really, unless you class the pope song as rude, i later played this to her, she gave me a look of utter disgust. She better let me see you again, she is so old fashioned. Stupid woman, i love her though, after all, she bought be the ticket, Woah i have rambled on, sorry about that, blah blah, you were brilliant, shame the guy in front of me had f*cking huge head, and i am about 5 ft so i couldn't see much... Definatley coming to see you again, Excuse any gramatical errors...

Kat on Friday, 17 December 2010

Incredible show last night in Cardiff, it was my birthday and the absolute highlight of my entire year. Hilarious, inspiring, slightly arousing, and not for the lactose intolerant. Already looking up tickets and flights to some see you again, probably up Scotland way. Have a great Christmas!

Annie in Cardiff on Friday, 17 December 2010

Came to see you in Cardiff last night - one word - WOW. The best live show I have been to, ever, without exception. (Although the last one I went to was Cliff Richard with my dad but that's a whole other Cliff-infested story). Loved it, thank you for a fab night. I will be back!

Manx Michelle on Friday, 17 December 2010

COMING TO SEE YOU TONIGHT. So I'm still on track for seeing you once a year. Sat five minutes down the road in the crowne plaza hotel if you fancy a drink with three fans and a despairing parent after. Am sure it will be awesome, can't wait! Also, Ready For This DVD was completely fabulous and I already have watched it way too many times. Plus my face is in the audience which makes me happy. See you later! Love your Manx fan in row J. xx

Selina on Friday, 17 December 2010

Sorry Alyson is completely wrong the orchestra was amazing and just added more depth to the songs - it was completely amazing and where I sat the sound was superb!!!!!I didn't want to go home!!!!CHEESE!!!xx

hannah white on Friday, 17 December 2010

Hi Tim went to the cardiff gig last night and it was absolutely awesome and i have not stopped singing since!!! (mind you as a teacher i really have to watch which lyrics i starood chrimbo t singing down the corridor!!) i have waited years to see you and you did not disappoint!! Looked mighty fine aswell by the way! Have a good chrimbo hannah xxx

Muldowney Girls on Friday, 17 December 2010

Tim - what can we say that hasn't already been said....OMG what a show in Cardiff last night. We have seen you now 4 times and each time have had such an amazing time. Your new stuff is absolutely brilliant and we thought the orchestra was fantastic. Cheese , white wine and cookies always waiting for you in Hereford. Hope you and your family have a wonderful Christmas. XX

Alyson on Friday, 17 December 2010

Maybe last comment was in wrong place so will write it here as well,Just come back from Cardiff show and had a good time although the orchestra were brilliant I think I prefered it when you didnt have it, the last time I saw you,maybe it was the venue I don't know but the sound quality wasnt as good and couldnt always hear you,I do think you on your own has a bit more of an edge to the show, I did however love the pope song it was the first time I heard it and the lullaby until someone shouted out cheese :) but your response was funny.My daughter is so in love with you watching her face is brilliant, hope you and your family have a lovely Christmas x

Tara Lel on Thursday, 16 December 2010

Oh my god. I love you so much. No-one else can pull of Comedy Jazz like you can. I think my household is getting pissed off with the fact that all you hear from my room is you. PLEASE COME TO THE SOUTH!? I live in Bournemouth! And I would sell my own boyfriend to come and see you. SO MUCH LOVE FOR YOU TIM MINCHIN! <3

Ronnie Corbett's budgie joke on Thursday, 16 December 2010

@A Velp, thank you so much, that's a relief, I thought I was losing my mind :-) Now we just have to patient i guess. Thanks again. :-)

A Velp on Thursday, 16 December 2010

@Ronnie Corbett's budgie joke, that was a brand new song for this tour and I expect you won't see it on YouTube untill the DVD (will there be a DVD please say there will be a DVD) is out. Tim's people are pretty hot on trying to keep spoilers at bay.

Ronnie Corbett's budgie joke on Thursday, 16 December 2010

I saw you in Brighton on Monday - just incredible. One of the best concerts I have ever been to in my life, absolute genius. Now I am trawling youtube for all your songs but can't find one i really want to hear again as I can't `remember the title - it was the song about songwriting - a 'meta-song', and it was beautiful. Can someone help??? THANKS :-) XX

Yukon on Wednesday, 15 December 2010

Come play Casino Rama in Orillia Ontario Canada, I would love to see you!! I can't believe I only stumbled upon you in the last couple days while floating around YouTube. I'm HOOKED!! You are a brilliant pianist, with very clever lyrics, speak your mind and funny as hell. Vocals are even great (not so common with other musical comedians) Thanks for being you!!

Rebecca on Wednesday, 15 December 2010

Incredible performance last night at the O2!!! THE best show i have ever seen without a doubt. The orchestra really added something. The CD is being sent straight to my dad, he would have wet himself.

Hannah on Wednesday, 15 December 2010

CHEESE! hey tim, went to your show on Monday in brighton and you were brilliant! Your material was hilarious and unique compared to any other comedian; the orchestra and the lights really made the performance.We went for my sisters 16th birthday and had such a great time that we gave you a standing ovation at the end. Awesome work Tim and will definatley be attending more of your tours . . . so you better start writing some more material, thankyou x

Laura on Wednesday, 15 December 2010

Hi Tim, Thank you for a fantastic evening last night at the O2. We had a brilliant time. It was so refreshing to listen to the work of such an articulate, talented and incredibly funny artist. Keep up the fantastic work!

in resopnse to 'Slightly Disappointed and a little Confused' on Wednesday, 15 December 2010

I had to respond to the message a little further down. Can we not enjoy an expletive ridden tune when it's in the context of an otherwise discerningly tasteful and intellectually rich comedy show? Anybody who's seen Tim's show can see that there's way the hell more to him and his fans than sweary words. That is something of a given and in fact is part of the humour of the odd moment of 'bad taste' or whatever you want to call it. I vote that Tim hasn't 'reduced himself' to the levels of 'Roy Chubby Brown, Kevin Bloody Wilson and Andrew Dice Clays'. How can I say that? Because Tim is intelligent and funny and isn't a habitually misogynistic, racist, foul mouthed, ignorant prat. Given the content of the song in question, I think a expletives are about as much as those under fire deserve... the swines! We can of course agree to disagree, let's not speak on behalf of the audience - who all seemed peachy fine with the tune from where I was sat. Let's also try not to turn into comedy snobs or we'll wind up nit picking every joke out there until there's nothing left that's funny. All that said, I'll sign off with much love and best wishes Tim and fellow fans of Tim! xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

Mitch on Wednesday, 15 December 2010

Amazing show Last night @ the O2. Loved the new songs and great to hear Rock & Roll Nerd and Darkside Live.

alt on Wednesday, 15 December 2010

yeah, you were alright last night...only jesting, it was excellent with the orchestra! Keep them stored in the basement for future reference

Chris Knights on Wednesday, 15 December 2010

Hi Tim, congratulations on an awesome show last night. Only gripe was the orchestra were sometimes too loud so we lost the genius of your lyrics. Cant wait to get the CD where i hope the audio mix will be clearer.

Louise Bachini on Wednesday, 15 December 2010

Last night at the o2 was amazing!!!!!!!!! Such a great night brilliant new songs love it. such a graeat laugh thank you Mr Minchin :D x

Fran on Wednesday, 15 December 2010

Last nights O2 performance was AMAZING!!! Thank you SO SO much!! What an awesome night! xxx

Katie Hammond on Wednesday, 15 December 2010

Last nights gig and the O2 was amazing, I had so much fun, I laughed and I cried! The Cheese song was a personal highlight, and the last 2 songs were so moving! thanks for such an amazing night out, and I can't wait to come and see you again! xxxCHEESExxx

A Velp on Wednesday, 15 December 2010

Wonderful gig at the O2, cannot employ enough hyperbole to describe how much I enjoyed it. Just the right amount of C.H.E.E.S.E to stimulate the palate!

Michelle on Wednesday, 15 December 2010

Tim, it was an absolutely brilliant show last night, you are an actual genius! You had me in tears from laughing and of course from White Wine In The Sun, all the new songs were fantastic, and it was a pleasure to be in THREE standing ovations for you at the end! Will be wearing my spanky new Tim tshirt with pride today :D

Boffcheese on Tuesday, 14 December 2010

Don't suppose you'd come and perform on the Isle of Man? We tend to get ignored all the way out here, although saying that Elton John is coming over at some point next year, but you're much better and more entertaining than him. You have a massive following here. Me and a few mates are planning to go see one of your shows in Scotland next year anyway, so its all good. Just read through that. I seem like such a sycophant. Love literally all your songs. Ta ra!

Strap on Tuesday, 14 December 2010

Wow! Tim, You are AWESOME!!! Hope to see you soon in Vienna / Austria! ;-) You know - no kangaroo´s in Austria! ^^ Thank you for making me laugh so many times!

M on Tuesday, 14 December 2010

Was at the Brighton show last night - been a fan for ages but the first time I have seen you live. What an absolutely fantastic show - you are such an incredibly talented man!!!!!!!! Laughed from start to finish, best ticket I have ever bought!! Can 't wait to see you again. x

Michelle on Tuesday, 14 December 2010

Leaving for London soon, can't wait for tonight at the O2!

maxine on Tuesday, 14 December 2010

I can't wait till later!!! When I see u perform @ the 02 :) but for now I'm gonna just relax with your new dvd ready for this!!! See ya later tim love ya lol! X x x X

Ley on Tuesday, 14 December 2010

Brighton was a beautiful place to be last night! The best show in town.... the country...the world!!! Fabulous orchestra and the coolest band, oh and a really nice looking bloke did a lot of singing! I have now been told I'm a Panda. It's a bit like a Cougar, but it's not predatory it just loves to be entertained by the most amazing talent. Thanks Tim. Keep writing, orchestrating, singing and making me scream with laughter!

Alice on Tuesday, 14 December 2010

Hey Tim :) just to say I'm really really looking forward to your gig in Cardiff on Thursday! Saw you in Cheltenham last year, you were awesome! Keep doing what you're doing dude :) x x

Wil on Tuesday, 14 December 2010

JUST GOT BACK....sorry, didn't mean to shout. just got back from the Brighton gig......fantastic show, as ever. I have never before been obliged to heckle with the phrase "Well I love P-values less than or equal to 0.05" though! Congratulations for making statistical analysis nearly cool!

Cazz on Monday, 13 December 2010

Saturday 11th at Newcastle was AWESOME, loved EVERY minute of it & as for 'Pope song', not a truer word spoken, I took my cousin with me who is a devout Christian & even she said she agreed with the lyrics, which shocked me as I thought she may not have liked the lyrics, just shows how small minded and unrealistic some people are. Good work Tim, keep them coming. x

Debbie on Monday, 13 December 2010

We went to see Tim & the orchestra on Saturday night in Newcastle and it was completely brilliant. Loved that some of our favourites such as prejudice and white wine in the sun...although secretly we were hoping for canvas bags so we could all swing ours in the air! The orchestra were amazing and Tim hilarious. Having many friends who have recently become first time parents I found lullaby hilarious and couldn't help but chuckle all the way through. Will have to get the DVD and pass that particular song on!! Also, this may say more about my warped mind than Tim's but I did find the song about "the love that creeps up on you" (sorry dont know the name...hubby is clinging onto the programme like small child with teddy bear) really sweet. Not that love is usually compared to cancer - unless its by someone who's just been dumped but I thought the lyrics although a bit "wrong" were spot on. As for the arena's ruin comedy.....nah, it was perfect you rocked! Can't wait for your next visit - us Geordie nerds love a good laugh!

Enlightened and less confused on Monday, 13 December 2010

Okay, Hands up, I apologise,I just read the full lyrics and now I understand why it was written and performed this way . Hard to decipher from the forceful delivery when heard for the first time.The lyrics of reason blinded by the abusive repetition.. Though I just felt at the time it let down the whole show, I now know I wasn't meant to enjoy it. Very Clever.!!!!

Slightly Disappointed and a little Confused on Monday, 13 December 2010

I was in Newcastle on Saturday at your gig. What a talented guy you are, I was blown away by 95% of the show, let down the 5% by the Pope Song, It made no sense to me that you needed to reduce yourself to nothing but a bout of repetetive abuse. I understand you have a point to make, which is understood and agreed with by all of your audience and the world. Yet a man of your talent really does not need to reduce to that. Your articulation, wit and repartie enables you to, as you do so skillfully in your other material, relay a message in such a mature fashion.The barrage of a singular phrase of american street gang influenced language was not offensive so much as the fact you let down your show. Was your aim was to shock, or to make us laugh, I'm not sure,!! It certainly wasn't entertaining, demonstrated I feel by the level of the applaud it recieved in comparison. To me the show was bit like eating a cake, that looks and tastes fantastic, only to find a vile tasting mould rottling the middle.. I ate through that and you more than redeemed the rest of the evening, many around me actually walked out. I left with a bit of a bad taste in my mouth. Maybe I just don't get it. !!!!!! Please enlighten me as to why you felt it was necessary to undermine your own talent by reducing yourself to the level of the Roy Chubby Brown, Kevin Bloody Wilson and Andrew Dice Clays of this world. Funny if your level is so that an explosion of expletives is entertaining. Quite honestly, your audience is more discerning and desevre more.

Taco on Monday, 13 December 2010

What a brilliant show you did in Newcastle, it was worth every penny flying over from the Netherlands to see you perform. Loved the old songs, loved the new songs. I'm still enjoying the weekend! Chee(r)se!!

Megan ( and family :) ) on Sunday, 12 December 2010

I saw the show yesterday night at Newcastle, and it was amazing. Ive never laughed so much in my life; and even cryed at the end during White Wine in the Sun : ) We all loved lullaby too, though my parents found it less dark and creepy than me and my 15 year old brother.... Thought the new stuff was as good as if not better than the old, and coupled with the orchestra sound beautifully, amazing powerfull : ) And I have managed to stop singing 'Im in a cage....'. I think you're the most interesting, deep, amusing person, let alone act; ive ever seen :) Loved Beauty, really makes y'think. Thanks for the best night we've all had in a very very long time.

Danny & Annie on Sunday, 12 December 2010

Please release a live album with your orchestra! I've loved your work for a long time but none of your songs will sound the same now that I have heard them with such a backing! The Birmingham NIA show was incredible by the way!

Becky on Sunday, 12 December 2010

Went to see you lastnight in Newcastle! You are a true genius and everytime I have been to see you you have rocked the stage! The orchestra was amazing and made the songs that extra bit special! Thankyou for being that bit different and working your comedy into songs! you f**king rock!

jpguitarman on Sunday, 12 December 2010

Travelled down to Newcastle from Edinburgh to catch the show last night as I won't be able to make the Glasgow gig in 2011. Had a brilliant time. Second time I've seen you live. Amazing show again Tim. Can't wait to see you live again. Love the tunes, love the humour and share the philosophy. Hope you have an awesome Xmas & New Year!

Louise Goodfellow on Sunday, 12 December 2010

I was flicking through the channels one night & came across u performing "So f**kin rock" I couldn't take my eyes off the tv.... Absolute genius!!!! Decided 2 get tickets for Newcastle last night, I was absolutely BLOWN AWAY.... Fab fab fab musician & very funny comedian ( in a weird sort of way!!! ) Absolutely luv'd ya & ya CHEESE xxx

Paul Tetley on Sunday, 12 December 2010

Saw the show at Newcastle arena last night, top quality! When is the DVD out, hope filming was last night to get my harry potter heckle in! can't wait to watch it again. Brilliant!

danny and sue on Sunday, 12 December 2010

Saw you in newcastle last night, Mr Minchin (as we haven't seen you before, I feel we're not on first name terms yet). Awesome performance, only slightly eclipsed by the news that some local football team won, and so ensuring we didn't have to do an impersonation of Charles and Camilla during our taxi ride back to the hotel afterwards.

Joanne on Sunday, 12 December 2010

I was at newcastle metro arena last night you we're brilliant! Went out first thing this morning and bought ur new dvd! I am hooked! I loved all the new material! You are so fucking rock!:o) I love ur dancing and I also love cheese!! Ha xxx

Nienke on Sunday, 12 December 2010

Damn you, not coming to Holland! Live music and comedy is the most fantastic thing on earth, too bad haven't had the chance to hear you live yet. I hope you'll come to our tiny little country someday.

Camille Gooderham Campbell on Sunday, 12 December 2010

Just wanted to tell you that "White Wine In the Sun" is one of my all-time favourite Christmas songs; you've created a classic that will be around forever. As a parent of two little ones growing up so fast, I get choked up every time I hear it (in a good way). I hope someday you will come and do a show in Vancouver, Canada.

Vic on Sunday, 12 December 2010

Hi Tim. Just wanted to thank you for an amazing show last night in Newcastle. You bugger, you had me in tears, Not Perfect was beautiful with the orchestration.

stephen charlton on Sunday, 12 December 2010

hi tim thrid time i ve seen you pure class mate leeds 07 durham 08 newcastle 10 ,had a great day made all the better for see u again hope to see u again sometime soon thanks again topman outstanding cheese

Scott on Sunday, 12 December 2010

Thank you for a brilliant night! I can't even pick out what my favourite part was but I think "Prejudice" (which I went mad for) or "Cont/ext" have stuck in my mind. And "White Wine in the Sun" is one of the most beautifully written songs I've ever heard.

Becs and Eric on Sunday, 12 December 2010

Tim you are BRILLIANT! Just got back from Newcastle Arena (and ordered the new DVD ;)) We have sore throats from laughing so much :) It was fantastic...and the orchestra were amazing too! We will be back! x

Dave and G on Saturday, 11 December 2010

A man whose talent is extraordinarily extensive, shame the t-shirts are so f**king expensive!. Thanks for a canny night Tim. You rock!

Felicity Armstrong on Saturday, 11 December 2010

Just seen you at Newcastle Arena, laughed til we cried, wanted to say thanks for a brilliant night and yes of course there are nerds in Newcastle!

Steph on Saturday, 11 December 2010

Came to see you at the NIA on Wednesday and it was AMAZING!! I love the way you can make comedy into songs and I spent the whole time either laughing or singing along, it was just fantastic. You songs make me smile every time I hear them and I thought Lullaby was brilliant... along with everything else :)

Gemma Again on Friday, 10 December 2010

Such an amazing gig! Tim, you and the (BnP) Orchestra seriously rocked on the 8th in Birmingham! The new material was sweet! I was strangely attracted to the Conductor, spending a lot of time looking at his back whilst thinking… ‘I must go out clubbing with this guy’… ‘If only’, I say to myself feeling kinda dreamy. I spent a little time asking for him after the show (not to take him home or anything, just to say ’sweet conducting… like clubbing?’ however, some scary people in hard hats weren’t very sympathetic to my aim and I was turfed out… something about health and safety, but I would like to make it known that I thought he was amazing, and one of the most interesting conductors I’ve seen. Such a civilised audience you had, I was forced to dance in my seat, laughing, rocking out and, loving every minute! How I wished I could have danced in the isles… new form… I have yet to name, but involves copious amounts of laughter whilst trying to bust a move! (some have told me it may look like a malfunctioning robot, on foraged mushrooms yet to be identified) You have the perfect combination… Music that makes you dance and smile… What more could I want? Would see you again and again, but you know, I suppose that would be regarded in the ‘Love without evidence’ category! Just expresses how much I enjoyed the show… Ooooh… and the magic! Sent my Grand-Folks to see Matilda on the 9th at the Courtyard, they came back with nothing but good things to say… Keep doing what you do Tim… look forward to seeing what the future may bring… for you, I hope it is nothing but amazing amazingness that fills the world with miles and miles of smiles! ‘Till our paths cross again in whatever place and whichever row, or via the medium of dvd technology and youtube’ Take Care, Be Well and many Peaceful Wishes! p.s. This has been posted on the news and blog page too... Just want as many eyes as possible to see, how sweet the show was! hehehe... Gonna go find the Conductor now!

Martha on Friday, 10 December 2010

I came to see you on tursday during mock exam week :/ but it was worth it!!! you were fantastique! everything was brilliant with the orchestra! i couldn't breath for laughing and to top it off you did the pope song! you are a total legend!!! i love your music and it always keeps me and my friend laughing! Thanks!

Tom on Friday, 10 December 2010

Hi Tim I saw you a couple of years ago in front of about 200 people in high wycombe. i went to see you again in the NIA on wednesday and it was so awesome. loved the orchestra and cant wait to get the CD

Laura Challinor on Friday, 10 December 2010

Hi Tim, I came to see you show at the NIA in Birmingam on Wednesday; I had been waiting soooo long to come and see one of your shows, and I have to say that seeing you and your orchestra was one of the most amazing experiences of my life =-) I thoroughly enjoy your work, and can't go a day without listening to one of your songs ('Dark side' is one of my particular favourites). I will be sure to see one of your gigs again in the future! Keep doing what you're doing Tim, cos it's incredible! Laura xx P.S: VERY nice hip-wiggling action when you performed 'If i didn't have you' lol =-) if only i could move my hips like you!

laura on Friday, 10 December 2010

I came 2 see ur birmingham gig on weds and was absolutely blown away. From start 2 finish it was amazing. It was great 2 still c u play bits by yourself and then slowly bring the orchestra in as each song built up. I loved all the oldies and ur bit about adoption followed by the lullaby was hilarious. It still makes me chuckle now. The new stuff was great 2 but my favourite of the nite was definately 'You grew on me'. So emotional, I actually had goosebumps. Im gutted that all ur gigs in england are in december, otherwise i would go 2 c u again, but im so busy this month at work. Hopefully there will b a DVD so i can relive this outstanding nite again and again. Keep up the gud work Tim. You are an absolute genius and i think i am actually a little bit in love with u!! LOL!!

Jennifer on Thursday, 9 December 2010

Just discovered your music today, and I'm in love! I hope you'll come to the USA soon- particularly Philadelphia! :) I'd love to see you perform live. Until then, I'll be purchasing your music via iTunes. Thank you for putting my own misgivings about the holidays into a song that I want to play over and over. It's delicious.

Zebby on Thursday, 9 December 2010

Saw you at the NIA last night Tim - you were awesome - well done you! Love your new material (esp. Lullaby) but Darkside is still my absolute favourite - even though you robbed us of it in Cambridge two weeks ago.....Last night more than made up for it though :-) Saw 'Matilda' too - you are one seriously talented guy. Thank you for entertaining me!! xx

Laura on Thursday, 9 December 2010

I'M SOOOOO JEALOUS D: i can come and see you on your funky orchestra tour as i have to be at college D': its very sad. I wish you the best of luck though :) and come to bournemouth :) love you tim. :) (im doing my english c/w on you :P) xxxx

JustJay on Thursday, 9 December 2010

Hi Tim. The wife and I went to see you at the NIA on the opening night.. We sat right at the front and sat mesmorized from start to finish. I love how the audience laugh at the beginning of your songs and then go quiet as the words sink in. Your a lyrical genius. You grew on me has to be my favoruite!!. Hope you and your family have a fantastic christmas

katie on Thursday, 9 December 2010

last night was brilliant! made me laugh so much! hope your touring again soon! and the orchestra were amazing!

P&B (not BnP - geddit?!!) on Thursday, 9 December 2010

We came & we almost saw! Well, we saw the first half, but because the show was running so behind, we had to leave (to catch the last train) just as the 2nd half began! In fact, just after the Pope song, so it looked as if we were outraged Catholics (we made sure others saw us laughing though)! But inside we were gutted. I know this is a new show, but please, please, please let the venue have accurate running times, so that others don't miss what promised (from the 1st half) to be a fantastic show. P.S. The orchestra were brilliant.

Coral Ankcorn on Thursday, 9 December 2010

Hi Tim, you really were amazing at the NIA last night. it was my first ever gig and what a gig to have!!! i took my older brother and he wil agree with me that you were side splittingly funny. love the lullaby, context 'cont', and the new stuff i also loved dark side,you grew on me was spin tingly, not perfect,white whine in the sun and rock and roll nerd which i must say the orchestra finished off perfectly and also who could forget cheese. i was just wondering if there would be a dvd and when because i would be first in loine to have it. i love you so much tim <3 xoxxoxoxo

Andrew on Thursday, 9 December 2010

Going to the CIA in a week to see you i can not wait it fells like it ages away being waiting month since i saw the massive Tim poster outside starbucks In cardiff central

steve on Thursday, 9 December 2010

unreal!!! seen you last night at the NIA..... truly loved every minute.... and unlike most artist, your better live than recorded and the orchestra finishes it off perfect adding even more spin-tingling emotion to your songs........... i really cant put into words just how good you really are!!!! thankyou

Marie on Thursday, 9 December 2010

Yes Tim, you looked great on the big screens at the NIA and it is wonderful to see all your facial expressions mid song. Perfect opening and loved the first song at the piano too. Brilliant to sit amongst so many laughing people. Looking forward to being able to listen to the lullaby again. Hilarious and moving at the same time. Thanks for all the entertainment. xxx

Louise on Thursday, 9 December 2010

Tim you are a legend!! Took a friend who had never seen you before to your opening night at the NIA last night and i think she is converted!! Great to hear some of the old favourites and loved the new material, sounded awesome with the orchestra behind you! Will definately be buying tickets to any future tours!! :)

Dave Cardy on Thursday, 9 December 2010

Hey Tim! Having seen you live last night at the Birmingham NIA, It just proved you are my favourite and the best comedian and musician I have ever seen. I have both of your previous dvd's which I love, the Orchestra Tour was something special though and is by far the best live performance I have ever seen, the new material was very funny and I hope the rest of the tour goes well! If a dvd is made of this new show (Hope so) I would definately buy it as it is a masterpiece which should be watched by all, you deserve great success. xx All the best, Dave.

inflatable me on Thursday, 9 December 2010

Come to salisbury!!! (I'll bring cookies)

Hiddlydiddly on Thursday, 9 December 2010

Went to the opening night at the NIA. Stunning. Fantastic. Brilliant night. Heritage Orchestra and BnP band were awesome. First time I have seen TM live. Have been recommending ever since. Thank you.

Holly on Thursday, 9 December 2010

I came to see your show at the NIA last night and i have to say it was absolutely awesome! I had seen you on the TV and loved that show but i must say to see you live was AMAZING! I loved how you added in new material as well as sticking in a few oldies! Dark side and you grew on me are by far my favourites! I also loved the fact that you had your own Orchestra, in fact jealous springs to mind! Your show was the best surprise any girl could ever have! Good luck with the rest of the tour, and i will hopefully come see you the next time you tour. <3 " Purple Shoes"! Hehe

Vicky on Thursday, 9 December 2010

Thanks Tim for an amazing gig. Me and my boyfriend saw you for the first time in Oxford last year (the night you missed the keyboard at the end of Dark Side :)) When I heard that there was going to be an orchestra at this show, I thought wow, this is going to be even better, and it was. I didn't know what to expect, as you are so unpredictable, I thought maybe some flying over the audience :) or maybe you having a go at conducting the orchestra. Or even a revolving grand piano. :) But nevertheless I was not disappointed, I will be booking tickets to see you next year. Maybe you can do Inflatable you in the next tour. That's my favourite song.

Niteshh on Thursday, 9 December 2010

Hey Tim, Having been to your live orchestra performace at the Birmingham NIA, just thought I would say that it was the best live performance I have seen, and your new material is awesome (Cheese :) I'm listening to not perfect, I think its amazing its helping me get through alot Keep going Tim, you have inspired me to travel to Australia and see you perform Hope you have a great christmas, and have great fun on tour Teshness xx

jo on Thursday, 9 December 2010

amazing show in birmingham, please release the lullaby, you made me laugh so much i cried!!

Carole on Thursday, 9 December 2010

I've just got home from your show at the NIA - and I had to tell you that it was absolutely awesome !!!! We came to see you last year at Northampton and loved how intimate your show felt at that venue. So I wasn't quite sure what I was expecting this time - or whether I was going to enjoy it so much. But WOW - loved every minute !! You managed to get a perfect mix of new and already well loved material - and a perfect mix of you on your own - and then with the orchestra too - who I also thought were completely amazing. Thankyou SO much for a perfectly fantastic show - still feel on such a high(at nearly 1 in the morning !) You all deserved your standing ovation. WOW again ! (Have you got the message that I enjoyed it ??!!?) Want to come again !! Take care and have a lovely Christmas. Love, Carole xx

Tim on Thursday, 9 December 2010

You are an amazing singer/song writer. Helped me get through a quite emotional time recently =). Hope you have plans to come to Sheffield some time. ^^

Tom on Wednesday, 8 December 2010

Amazing music! Any plans for a US tour or even just a show? Would be amazing to be able to see a live show. Go evolution!

Alex from Quebec on Wednesday, 8 December 2010

Tim, you simply are incredible! You have such an elegant (yet twisted, but still awesome) sense of humor, and amazing music skills. Please come and share your intelligence and music in Quebec, Canada! (You deserve more views than kittens waking up)

Aaron Hutter on Wednesday, 8 December 2010

Tim, You are amazing. You are the funniest man alive, you are my idol. I am a 16 year old musician, and aspire to be as good as you, you are EPIC! (:

Stephanie Castillo on Tuesday, 7 December 2010

believe it or not, here in Panamá (Central America) u have fans!!

Eivind on Tuesday, 7 December 2010

We need you Tim to come to Norway, we're in need for some awesome stand-up music-comedy :D ... please consider coming here soon :)

Dutchess on Tuesday, 7 December 2010

Please come to the Netherlands! We'd love to see and hear you perform live. :)

Lee Moderow on Tuesday, 7 December 2010

Come to Seattle, we love you. We aren't "offended" by what you have to say - bring it on.

Odd Arne Roll on Monday, 6 December 2010

Please come to Norway! You made me start listening to music again, your music! When i heard "White wine in the sun" i had a antirelogious joyride that almost made me start crying, before breaking into song, a great experiance! The world needs your great work, i wish you the best! THANK YOU!

gemma :) on Monday, 6 December 2010

omg i luv ur work i think ur one of the funnyest comideans out rhere

Emma on Monday, 6 December 2010

Matilda at Stratford Upon Avon is fantastic. Thank you!

Chris Allen on Sunday, 5 December 2010

Love your music. I hope you come down to New Zealand sometime, especially Wellington. =)

Harriott James Cleaver on Saturday, 4 December 2010

Hey Tim I realy want to go to your show in Sydni because its my 16th birthday on the 25th of March so Im trying to earn the money by doing things to do with recycling but I know that won`t be very likely but I`ll keep trying anyway so if I`m not there can you give me a birthday shout-out that would make my day thanks

Becky on Friday, 3 December 2010

hiya :) really wish i could get to one of your gigs but kiddies are expensive especially this time of year so i'll have to go treat myself to your dvd instead :)

jumping-rabbit on Friday, 3 December 2010

love your stuff but please come to windsor or somewhere near!! really want to see you live!! :D

Helen on Friday, 3 December 2010

Love your stuff and wonderfulness- and for raising awareness and funds for autism with "White Wine in the Sun" you have moved to new heights! I think any parent has a lump in their throat and a wobbly moment when they hear it. Thanks and I hope all your concert dates are jam packed!!

Marcella on Thursday, 2 December 2010

Matilda is such an amazing show! I forgot where I was for the duration of the show and it made me so happy. Miss Trunchbull is just the most wonderful theatre performance that I've seen for so long. I was crying with laughter so much I know I missed bits of the show and so I will have to go and see it again soon - yipee!

I Poop Rainbows on Thursday, 2 December 2010

Tim, I realise this will fuck you off (cos ya can''t please everyone and all that jazz) but get your ass over to Ireland! Seriously, we are missing out on a comic genius! :)

Susan on Thursday, 2 December 2010

To this day, White Wine in the Sun can still make me tear up. I think you're brilliant x

rachael on Wednesday, 1 December 2010

hey tim, i got your new dvd. it was awsome, love you XXX

Josh B on Wednesday, 1 December 2010

On Monday, I went to town straight from school and bought "Ready For This" on DVD (that's when it came out in the UK). Already watched it 6 times - love it!!! Due to my location (and age), though, it's hard for me to see Tim live. But, I've got tickets for his "Audience with Tim Minchin" gig at Stratford-Upon-Avon's Courtyard Theatre on Sunday 16th January 2011! SO EXCITED!!! :D

Surbin on Wednesday, 1 December 2010

I saw Matilda last night and am in awe of your insane lyrical talent. Also I think I saw you on the phone outside the Courtyard - my life is complete. Feel free to do a gig in Stratford, I reckon I would definitely go. Love love love.

dave on Wednesday, 1 December 2010

just heard you on radio 5 was dumb struck with that white wine in the sun now been on youtube your a fantastic song writer love it

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firekeeper on Wednesday, 1 December 2010

do you do shows in the US? I live in California and I'm totally addicted to your work. please come do a show for us, you have a huge following over here! love! <3

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