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Gabby on Saturday, 30 April 2011

Great show at the RAH, I had absolutely the best time and the evening passed all expectations getting to meet you after. Would love to just say how impressive your attitude is to the fantastic stuff you do. Having worked so hard to get where you are its lovely to see how much you appreciate and are enjoying the rewards. It was truly a pleasure to meet you.

Anna Sailer on Saturday, 30 April 2011

I flew to London (from Austria) to see your show on Thursday night at the RAH. Brilliant new songs and brilliant old ones with the orchestra, which sounded absolutely incredible with you. Thank you for this awesome evening! Big thanks Tim and say hi to your wife, she is so lovely in Rock n Roll Nerd.

John O'Brien on Saturday, 30 April 2011

Brilliant show at the RAH last night. I don't think I've seen anything better. BUT Why do you do the fake walking off at the end and the "surprise" 3 encores. It is exactly the sort of thing you would take the piss out of in other cont-exts. Its time for you to find your own original way to end the show with due credits to all involved and opportunity for idolisation from the audience. I'm sure that if you put your mind to it, you could surprise us all and stand out even more from the performing crowd. There might even be an idea for a song in it. Thanks again for a great evening's entertainment.

kelly on Saturday, 30 April 2011

woo i saw u last night at the royal albert hall, was brilliant i had a fixed smile, and was sing along to all the songs i knew and cheering loudly.

helen on Saturday, 30 April 2011

saw you at rah last night, absolutely fantastic!!! didnt stop laughing! loved the song about kids - sooo true!

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Martin Bannister on Saturday, 30 April 2011

Hey Tim :) Just like you said it was my first time with my brother and sister-law to the Royal Albert Hall last night and we was amaze with your show. It was worth every penny to see you at the R.A.H. We love your works and your songs. Thank you for giving us a fantastic time last night! P.s I brought your cd as well last night and it AWESOME!

Ian Bell on Saturday, 30 April 2011

Great show last night Tim, saw you at Cardiff but well worth coming to RAH from Wiltshire for a second dose. Never stop doing what you're doing, you speak for so many of us.

Josh on Saturday, 30 April 2011

Aside from the fact that it's a shithole, you should definitely come and play in Invercargill New Zealand... It would brighten the lives of tens of people

Jan Coogan on Saturday, 30 April 2011

TIM!! Just letting you know I am coming to see you in Liverpool on 11th and I WILL be waiting outside with my sponsor form for you to sign!! I am doing a 5k run to raise money for the NAS!! I think you should do it with me actually!!! :oD You might have to carry me though as I am VERY overweight and dont do well with exercise! Oh and I am coming to see you at your gig ALONE!! How sad :o( Still I got a great seat!! Can't wait!!! xxx

Poppie :) on Friday, 29 April 2011

Hey if you give me your address I'm sure il bring cookies over :)

C. on Friday, 29 April 2011

Where do you live? I'll bring some cookies.

Jerome on Friday, 29 April 2011

Any chance you can come through Texas on one of your tours? Thank you in advance.

Charlie B on Thursday, 28 April 2011

Whilst I would love to leave a thoroughly witty, eloquent and discombobulating comment that no one will understand but my vocabulary doesn't extend that far. So I'm just going to stop procrastinating and just say thank you for making me laugh/cry and thanks for sticking up for gingers. Also- I love the guy-liner ;)

Talya Shachar Albocher on Thursday, 28 April 2011

The first song of yours I saw was Peace Anthem for Palestine. I am Israeli, and you are right - it's exactly what we were missing. If you ever come perform here, I can promise at least one person in the audience.

Lindy on Thursday, 28 April 2011

My husband and I saw you for the first time in February at the Sydney Opera House with the SSO. It was a fabulous experience and just blew us away. Of course we recorded the ABC2 telecast, but would like to know if it will be released on DVD. We have re-played it so many times, the hard drive on our recorder is at risk of just giving up - we would really love to be able to buy a commercial copy. It was a very special evening and one we're sure many of your fans would love to share. So please think of releasing it on DVD!!

jennie on Wednesday, 27 April 2011

Working on seeing you, for a 2nd time, at sheffield! Can't wait.

vicky on Wednesday, 27 April 2011

Love, love,love you!!! You are one of the most talented people i have ever watched!

Michael and Maya on Wednesday, 27 April 2011

Me and my daughter are coming over from Denmark (the country of Victor Borge!) for your upcoming Friday concert. Please, let us in on your secret on how to compete with a ghastly Royal Wedding?

Coral Ankcorn on Tuesday, 26 April 2011

Hi tim, i write too often but i love you and i need you to come to Birmingham again. I Loved you BBC breakfast this morning you looked so uncomfortable it was untrue. but i forgot to mention i am one of you teenage fans i love you so much please bring your orchestra back to birmingham we all love you me especially xxxx

Douglas Coplen on Tuesday, 26 April 2011

When is the SSO dvd coming out? I can not wait. Don't make me download an illegal copy! Please, please come to Washington DC. Please?

Lorinda on Tuesday, 26 April 2011

In the Christmas of 2010, White Wine in the Sun became my favorite Christmas song. It stated perfectly my non-ambivalent feelings about my family and my total disbelief about the religious connotations of the holiday. Thanks. I really appreciate having a Christmas song for me.

Lorinda on Tuesday, 26 April 2011

In the Christmas of 2010, White Wine in the Sun became my favorite Christmas song. It stated perfectly my non-ambivalent feelings about my family and my total disbelief about the religious connotations of the holiday. Thanks. I really appreciate having a Christmas for me.

Alex on Tuesday, 26 April 2011

My dad just showed me some of your work and I could not stop laughing through the whole thing. You are really good. Keep up the good work. And I also think the next time you take a tour over seas to stop by in Ontario, Canada so I can see you live.

James on Tuesday, 26 April 2011

I first heard about you a month or two ago and kept hearing about you frequently. I finally typed your name into YouTube on Wednesday and listened to Not Perfect. You are absolutely fantastic. I adore your ability to write music that is so beautiful yet modern and refreshing. Whenever I hear that song I can't help but smile. I saw you this evening on Ruth Jones' show and was yet again blown away. Again your ability to write an upbeat, funny song is incredible! You are pure genius. I find you a true inspiration to me and it's people like you who make me want to take my music playing to the next level. Thank you. :)

xoxoxoxoxoxo Padfoot on Monday, 25 April 2011

Oh. My. God. My friend, not mentioning real names so i'll call her Moony, showed me your music a couple of months ago and i just think you are AMAZING!!!! PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE keep being as awesome as you are!

Justine on Monday, 25 April 2011

You are beautiful, play beautiful piano and are so funny, clever & wise. I'm addicted to you. All I have to do to chase the blues away is to play one of your songs and I'm all good again.What a rare talent you are. Please keep writing and performing. Compliments to your mother XX

Lynnguist on Monday, 25 April 2011

On the 'Music Hall of Williamsburg' calendar for Tim... "He has been performing his unique brand of musical comedy in front of appropriately excitable and ever growing audiences..." appropriately excitable...how appropriate

Chantal true on Monday, 25 April 2011

My brothers girlfriends Ex is a gin-....has red hair (I have brown hair , only a Ginger can call anouther Ginger Ginger ) hahaha so he got his new girlfriend pregnant who's my brothers ex. Kay that docent matter , so they showed me predjistice song and then I wend on YouTube and surched alll your song and listened to themm allll . I love you , oh and why cant you buy anything in Canada? lol

Louise J More on Monday, 25 April 2011

Can i meet you ? please... :) you are amazing and so unbelievably talented! Don't ever change x

Fiona on Sunday, 24 April 2011

I was recently staying with a cousin of mine in Lilydale in Melbourne and he introduced me to your inimitable style in your DVD 'So F**king Rock'. I loved the show so much I went into HMV back in Dublin the first chance I got to get a couple of your DVD's and I can't wait to show my friends. Your lyrical genius is bound to impress them :) I look forward to the day you gig over here in Ireland and I get the chance to appreciate your talent in person, till then, I'll rely on my DVD's, You Tube and Facebook to get my fix :)

Natalie Bellio on Sunday, 24 April 2011

I've been a pianist for 19 years. I saw you in Melbourne about four years ago and I thought you my dear, play and sing so beautifully.Thank you for not only bringing great music into the world, but for constantly making me laugh. I enjoy your performances more than anything. And finally, as a performer, thank you for being an inspiration. Keep up the great work!

marc golubovas on Saturday, 23 April 2011

Hi tim, on sunday 17th april 2011 me and my girlfriend drove over 500 miles from kent to see your show in glasgow, and i have to say it was so fucking rock!!!!! it was your song "you grew on me" that bought me and kelly together six months ago!! to see you preform it live with an amazing orchestra was mind bending, and for you to preform it on our six month anniversary in glasgow was very emotional, so i thank you!!!! all the best and i hope to see you again soon!!! marc

Lesley on Saturday, 23 April 2011

We LOVE your shows and watch whenever we get a chance. We live in mid-north coast NSW, in the picturesque town of Bellingen and I'm a mad-keen cheese-maker. I make all kinds of soft and hard cheeses, just for fun and for the joy of eating them. We organise a modest little music festival here. If we could only afford to bring you to it, I'd make a special selection of cheeses just for the event.

Lisa on Saturday, 23 April 2011

You are so original. It's rare to find someone who can do something not done before. In addition to your cd's which I got from itunes, I'd love the music from Matilda. Will it be coming out in CD for itunes america? If anybody knows, email me at [email protected]. And Tim, come back to Chicago. I know you're coming in june, but you picked the week I'm going to be out of town. Please try to book the Chicago theater. I'm old. I'd like to sit down and watch you. I'm sure you'll be a splash at the Lincoln Theater. It sold out in a day, so no doubt, you have tons of Chicago fans.

Edward on Saturday, 23 April 2011

You're one of the very very few people who i am yet to hear say something with which i do not agree. It's refreshing.

Debi Longmore on Friday, 22 April 2011

Tim, thank you sooooo much for a fabulous rock n roll show in Edinburgh on 17th April!!! My fiance and I were in hysterics and the orchestra was a tremendous treat! Was so happy to hear 'Prejudice' live, being a fellow ginger!!! Love all the new songs too. There were tears at 'Dark Side' and 'White Wine in the Sun'........we didn't want to leave! We got engaged the night before so your show just made our weekend even more special! Can't wait til the next one! Debs & Al xx

Nicole on Friday, 22 April 2011

Your show on Tuesday in Aberdeen was so amazing! I cried at Dark Side (it's not a song you should cry at, I know, but I'd just been waiting so long to hear it live) :D I'm the girl who met you after the show and asked for a hug :P You have made me the happiest person in the world right now! You are my favourite person ever and I'm so glad to have met you and was able to see how genuinely funny and sweet you are :) Nicole XxXxX

Alan - Dundee on Thursday, 21 April 2011

Was at the Aberdeen show on the 19th April with my fiancee, first saw you play on the Jonathan Ross show a couple years back with "inflatable you" and was immediately hooked to your music style and comedy. Big thumbs up to the orchestra as well, absolutely fantastic. Keep up the amazing work, hope to catch you on your next tour of Scotland ( Should do the Caird Hall, Dundee save me a journey!)

Alejandro on Thursday, 21 April 2011

Tim! Come to Israel! P.S- You're brilliant

JP - Edinburgh on Thursday, 21 April 2011

Amazing show in Edinburgh on the 16th Tim. Great to have you back in Edinburgh, and I got front row seating too, doesn't get any better. You're consistently brilliant. I've seen you a few times in the last couple years including at Newcastle earlier on this tour. Love the Orchestra, love the new songs, love the old ones and loved the book thing. Keep it coming, you're my favourite performer and I continue to infect as many people as possible with the Minchin meme. Come back soon Tim, you are legend. C H E E S E ! ! !

Stacey L.P. on Wednesday, 20 April 2011

WOW! Your show in aberdeen last night was the best! Its the second show of yours my boyfriend and i have been to and both are our fave shows ever! Love you and your songs so much :D Heres hoping you come back to aberdeen soon, i know we will have our tickets bought as soon as they go on sale :P Rock on Tim!

Pip-pip-tally-ho! from Adelaide on Wednesday, 20 April 2011

Last week I caught up (via a random email) with a previous boss of mine in the UK, after 12 years. In my brief e-chat, I mentioned I'd recently seen your show in Adelaide and how unbelievably bluddy funny, musically gifted and brilliantly 'witerate' you are and if he ever gets the chance, he should definitely check out your work! I just got a reply back from him to let me know that he gave away his invite to THE wedding reception and is instead going to your show at the Royal Albert on the 29th !! I'm incredibly happy for him and jealous at the same time - he gets to see your fantastic talent in such an amazing venue.... and I'd be estactic just to see your show again, even if it was at the local RSL club!! But...I'm cool to settle for your DVDs over and over, until you make your way back to Oz and we're treated to your briliance once again. You're the voice this world so desperately needs to wake itself up ....... and say "Cheese" !! Thanks for all you do :)

Brissy Girl on Wednesday, 20 April 2011

Hi Tim, The song prejudice is very close to my husbands heart, he put it on for my 2 month old daughter the other day. Please don't take this the wrong way, but I have to say a big thank you to you, as this song plus lullaby and White Wine is the Sun are three song guaranteed to put her to sleep. And she is so hard to put to sleep. While we sit there laughing at a lot of you stuff, she feels the opposite and it puts her sleep (hehe). Can't wait to see you next time your in Brisbane :)

Natalie Smith on Tuesday, 19 April 2011

Tim you were absolutely fantastic in Glasgow last night. Loved the entrance!!! That is the second time my boyfriend and I have seen you live, last saw you in Perth Scotland. We have all your dvds and are looking forward to the next one. Congratulations on your success!! We have raved about you so much my boyfriends parents saw you in Edinburgh on Saturday. Hope you tour again in Scotland soon. Much love x x

Emma Laird on Tuesday, 19 April 2011

hi tim, just thought i would update you with the amount of times i have watched ready for this since christmas and i am now on 72 times! i really hope you play all of those songs when i come and see you in may!

Ada on Tuesday, 19 April 2011

Your Glasgow show was amazing, it was my first time catching you live and it wont be my last. The pope song was inspired, you can't really argue with the lyrics can you? I say that as someone who's parish priest was rather suddenly retired off to Ireland circa 1995. I see Matilda is going to the West End, excellent news :-)

The instigator on Tuesday, 19 April 2011

So, you should totally come to Australia this year for a show! My boyfriend is absolutely in love with your style and humour and it is his 21st birthday in September and well, it would blow his mind to see you perform IRL! You know you want to. Do it. Go on. That's right!

Graham (Big fish) Fisher on Tuesday, 19 April 2011

Hey squire, loved the show in Glasgow tonight (18/04/2011) took my 17 year old daughter who was plesantly surprised how much she enjoyed it! Very brave of you to play the pope song in such a religiously divided city although every year the manacles of religion get looser and looser (Not sure if thats a word maybe it should be more loose!) I refer to you in the same bracket as Mr Frank Zappa and Mr Bill Hicks both of whom are heroes of mine. Praise indeed, keep up the great work and as a wise man once told me "Dont let the bastards get you down Big Fish >

mick reid on Monday, 18 April 2011

have a good one tonight in glasgow all the best my son lucas 5 year old says your your bonkers he has only heard canvas bags

Douglas Coplen on Monday, 18 April 2011

Please play Washington DC!!!!! Please??

Phil Dalton on Monday, 18 April 2011

My dear Mr. Minchin, I cannot believe the level of jealousy you invoke in me. Not a hateful envy but a melancholy dream. Wishes are wasted thoughts but I have plenty to burn. I wish It was me on that stage but more accurately I wish I had the dedication to put myself there. Apathy is my drug of choice, like so many other wannabes. Thus the need for heroes and you Sir are one of mine. All of us who failed where you flourished, we are all up there with you. Much love to you and yours.

Claire on Sunday, 17 April 2011

Tim. I seen you in Edinburgh on saturday 16th April. I have loved your music and humour for a long time. I live in Northern Ireland and travelled to see you because you are so absolutely amazing. You are a true musician and are fantastically talented. I have all your dvds and I love when its just you and the piano, but the orchestral arrangements of your songs were really breathtaking. I was sitting there in complete awe of you! The lighting, music, power and energy at your concert was out of this world. I love your honesty and how you tell things as they really are. Please never change and keep doing what you are doing! Honestly, if i didn't have you....no one else would do! :) xoxo

David R on Sunday, 17 April 2011

Just walked home in the rain from Fo Tan Station Sha Tin Hong Kong and your wit sustained me through the long walk. I hope it wasn't the wine I had consumed watching the Fi cars go round and round and round. You are brilliant. How come you didn't become a surgeon.

Danny Miller on Sunday, 17 April 2011

I wrote on here asking you to come to Newcastle a couple of years ago and then i came to see you on your latest tour. WOW! it was unbelievable, i look forward to seeing you again in the future :) good luck on the rest of your tour (:

Joannie on Sunday, 17 April 2011

Last night was the second time I have seen you! - I was blown away again! Goodluck with the rest of the tour! Pure brilliance!!!!!!!!

codingCat on Sunday, 17 April 2011

I recently discovered your work when (along with, I am sure, many others recently) I stumbled across Storm on youtube. You join the ranks of artists that have thoughtfully surprised me while at the same time being immensely entertaining (right up there with Douglas Adams and Christopher Moore). Please keep it coming. And, if you schedule a show in Florida USA, say Orlando or Miami, you can be guaranteed to have at least one eager computer science teacher in the audience.

:) on Saturday, 16 April 2011

Thanks for helping me get through a tough break-up and see the funny side of love :) Many many thanks for the endless giggles :)

Daniel on Friday, 15 April 2011

Tims performance of Lullaby on The Ben Elton Show blew me away! Ive since been youtubeing his songs like like mad! Went to see him perform at the Opera House, he so f**king rocked!! Still trying to figure out how to play his songs on piano.. Cant wait to see him come back to Australia for another tour!

Jaynie on Friday, 15 April 2011

In response ton Steve's mum's comments on Tuesday the 12th of April... Please don't cut your hair Tim. xx

Joe Fallon on Friday, 15 April 2011

You are brilliant Tim, I've been a fan for a while but recently been very impressed by your televised performances. Your playing and composing is amazing, and apart from laughing hysterically at your work it is always thought invoking, thank you. Again great work Tim, keep it up.

Rosie on Friday, 15 April 2011

I just wanted to say how much my husband and I LOVED your recent Opera House concert with the SSO. I had seen the movie and the Enough Rope interview, and had admired your portrait at the Archibald, so I knew who you were, but hadn't really heard any of your songs (apart from the one to Adam Hills). I had bought the tickets "on spec" and we are now total fans. My husband is a research physicist and from the very start said to me: "This is definitely my kind of concert!" I don't know if you could feel it on the stage, but the vibe in the audience was so positive it nearly lifted us out of our seats. We were well aware of the value you gave - singing and playing for the entire length of the show. How you did that, is simply beyond us - and you never seemed to flag (my husband swears that you don't even breathe when you sing!). We can only hope you have every success and say that you have a lot of people wishing you and your lovely family well.

Eva Lawson on Thursday, 14 April 2011

Hi Tim Awesome! As a parent my favourite song is the Lullaby. I laughed till I cried. Since becoming a parent, the main thing I realised is HOW easily people can harm their children. Most of us don't but its a VERY fine line, on the edge of a cliff, when you're sleep deprived. Believe me when I say I considered a trip to Ayres Rock ........... You make it all hilarious. People think the things you sing about but are too afraid to voice them themselves. Thank you. My 12 yr old daughter is one of THOSE people who teach themselves instruments. Has been learning piano for yrs. Now she picked up my guitar & is learning off Youtube! Smart arse. Ha. You inspire her. She is currently trying to write a song similar to The Lullaby. All those discords. Truly Awesome you talented ......... I caught the Sydney Concert on TV the other night.... channel flicking. Now I'm a Tim Minchin fan (stalker). I realise this could be disconcerting but its often hard for we mere mortals to find the right words to explain our appreciation. Cheers from downunder. When are you back here? Eva

Sammy on Thursday, 14 April 2011

Your so amazing!! Sooo witty!! Its great! Come to Canada!! Victoria or Vancouver BC or both! ;) My friend and I are planning to go to the states to Seattle to see you. We love your work! Deffinatly come to Canada, we all love a good laugh! :) Cheers!

Supriya on Wednesday, 13 April 2011

Oh Tim. You are so fantastic! I love everything you've come up with (and I've often wondered how you come up with such witty things)! Do come to Canada, more specifically Calgary, AB. There are people who definitely want you here!

Juniper on Tuesday, 12 April 2011

Tim, what governs the rate of earwax production?

Steve on Tuesday, 12 April 2011

I showed some of your show to my mum... she said you should cut your hair.

beth on Monday, 11 April 2011

Basically youre awesome, play in Wales, because im a student i cant afford to travel to England. Cheers.

jefferson hunter on Monday, 11 April 2011

please come to san francisco my friend. we love you here. we may fly up to portland to see you live, but not sure (not all of san francisco, just me and my wife, and....). we have a 10 week old, so it may be tough. but well worth it. ok , enough horn swaggeling. much love.

Genevieve on Monday, 11 April 2011

Tim, I met you in the Sydney Qantas Club the day after your final SCO gig. I don’t expect that you remember – I was eminently forgettable. Told you I enjoyed your show and that I was a big fan… uninspiring and ridiculously unoriginal platitudes. I didn’t say what I wanted to say. My vocal cords decided to work autonomously- against orders from HQ -and have since been reprimanded in an appropriate manner. They didn’t take it very well and we are currently not on speaking terms. Luckily, my fingers are far more obedient, hence this message. It is true that I enjoyed your show but that is like saying that Northern Japan has recently had a little bit of a shake up. It was the best concert/ gig I’ve ever experienced (as an audience member at least - as a fellow extrovert and compulsive exhibitionist nothing quite beats being on stage and getting that second encore as you well know!) and that’s despite being seated behind the orchestra and spending most of the show looking at the back of your head. I’d flown down from Queensland just to see the show (your Brisbane shows were sold out) only to find out that they were televising the show on ABC2. Had I known, I might have chosen to get to see your facial expressions by staying at home in my PJs and eating cheese with guilty pleasure in front of the telly, but I’m very glad I didn’t. Nothing beats the live experience! Love your take on absolutely everything! You say all the things I don’t have the guts to say, in an irreverent, witty, and f**king eloquent manner. Have you come across Quackcast podcasts? Evidence based reviews of Supplements, Complementary and Alternative Medicines i.e. SCAMs by Mark Crislip MD You’d love ‘em! http://moremark.squarespace.com/quackcast-home/ cheers, Genevieve A fellow writer/pianist/comedian/1975-er who has more than a tinge of ginge in her minge.

Jenny Buckland on Monday, 11 April 2011

As a parent of a 23 year old music student who has flirted with comedy, conducting, repetiteuring on the piano,early music, opera all sorts of things while he is still looking for the path - living really-I have watched your success with interest. Absolutely love your work and my husband and I recently went to your show in Melbourne for our wedding anniversary, on a stinking hot humid night, the one with the heckler. A great night, beautifully rounded off with the encore I Really Like Christmas. This song, as a fellow atheist, conjures up so many things so eloquently about the core of what an Australian experience of the Christmas season really means. I love it all the more for the line "I'll see my Dad" My Dad died 41/2 years ago at the age of 81 having lead a good life- a lovely man. In addition, last Christmas was the first that our eldest, aforementioned 23 old son was away in London for the first time( as was I at the same age) and whilst the day was its usual wired, hilarious memorable time, there was that sensation of something not quite right, despite the whizzbangery of skype Your song makes me cry every time but in a lovely way. Thanks Tim and keep doing what you do and with such gusto. Jenny

Dawn Byrnes on Monday, 11 April 2011

Hi Tim, My fifteen year old daughter and I watched you on telly last weekend She said wow! I want to play piano, this will be after we have had a go at Saxophone, flute and currently the guitar Thanks Hope to see you next time round hopefully at the Opera House, Fantastic Show...

Dee on Monday, 11 April 2011

Dear Tim, yes, I have a tinge of the ginge in my...fringe. Wanted to let you know how very much I LOVED your Orchestra at the Sydney Opear House. You are totally fabulous. The day I had front row tickets for your show (yippee!!! and purchased months earlier), was the day I found out I needed and had urgent eye surgery. I was pisssing myself when you sang about Sam's Mum. If there are spelling errors it is because I canot see them. I am aware you disapprove of typos. Keep it comig. So pleased for your success. Please come back to Sydney, soon. I have a confessuon. I did not know of you. sorry. I had a very kind doctor who started raing about you, yes, truly, and I then saw your photo for the upcoming concert. I was intrigued by your hair and eyeliner. May I reccommend Chanel. Superior quality and luminosity. Just approach Alex at the Chanel superstore cosmetci boutiques (Sydney Pitt St and Bondi). These are not the ordinary store counters, these are the real, proper Chanel team who fky around givibng clever promiotions. There is a new blue/ black opal eyeliner that would loook really good. Not of course, that you dont look good. Plus, they have a fabulous black pearl nail polish, if yu should wish to expand your cosmetic routine. a mere suggestion. No, I dod not work for Chaen;. I am a very kind 51 year old nurse, with eyesight issues , and a very, very wicked sense of humour.

THE Deagon Deviation on Monday, 11 April 2011

34 odd gospels and they only let the 'Great Unwashed' read 4. Many of which were about 200 years in the writing so there's an eye witness account hey. A god that needs reassurance. A god who can't plan ahead. A god who doesn't speak to the neighbours.A god who's got a bit of a temper.. There's a sign on the moon that says, " last god for 13.5 billion years". I lay awake all night wondering if there really is a dog. cheers Tim. You've found your niche. I spotted Rebecca and Sid's names in the thanks credits to Storm..which is excellent. I can soooo relate to that.. Here's a funny thing.. I work on the railway and stand at the barriers checking tickets and helping with the electronic pass cards.. People often use the wrong cards or what ever's in their hands at the time, like their credit cards, library cards, mini diaries, business cards..iPads,iPhones... but no-one's used a bible yet.. Now there's a sign.

Lib on Sunday, 10 April 2011

Tim, My boyfriend just discovered you via the internet, so I've just discovered you as well. (you know how that works). Really enjoyed your humor and musical talent. Has anyone ever noticed you look like Scott Weiland and Beetle Juice's love child? Thanks for the laughs, we need it.

Billy on Sunday, 10 April 2011

Hey, I came to your show at the New Theatre in Oxford a couple of years ago, it was really good and it'd be wicked if you came and did another gig. Thanks

Kirill on Saturday, 9 April 2011

That just bloody awesome. I like all your things a lot. Especially when it's just piano and the voice. Maybe it's just me.) I'm making russian subtitles for your youtube videos, and people really like it. We want a concert in Moscow. =)

Rachael on Saturday, 9 April 2011

Hey, heard you on the radio this morning. Just felt the need to tell you that I thought your decription of your children "also there foreign" was rather awsome. Thats all :)

Rachael on Saturday, 9 April 2011

Hey, heard you on the radio this morning. Just felt the need to tell you that I thought your decription of your children "also there foreign" was rather awsome.

Carrie on Saturday, 9 April 2011

Your awesome.. very genius.. would love to see your show someday... bring yourself to Wichita,Ks .... p.s. LOVE YOUR SMILE!!!! :)

gail carle on Saturday, 9 April 2011

to tim minchin thank you for explaining what a fucking idiiot is! Pity all the worlds fucking idiots were not tuned in......keep up the good work we all need you...

Karen from Austin, Texas, USA. on Friday, 8 April 2011

I was recently introduced to you work and have fallen madly in love with it. True genius! I hope to see a show one day.

Andrew on Thursday, 7 April 2011

Come back to Hobart!!

Cee-Jae on Wednesday, 6 April 2011

hey come back us Aussie's wanna see the show again. Your the greatest ;-) from a fellow ginger

simplerach on Wednesday, 6 April 2011

wow, finally something make sense.

There is no truth, only perception on Wednesday, 6 April 2011

Dear Tim, I find it endlessly fascinating to hear you express such a strong empirical viewpoint. The irony is, however, that whilst you deride notions of 'faith' held by others, you, yourself, uphold a very strong 'faith' in the idea of truth. In a philosophical sense, you actually have much in common with Sam's mum. Cheerio, A fellow atheist, musician and philosopher.

Laura on Tuesday, 5 April 2011

Hiya I really think you should do a "Take Your Canvas Bags to the Supermarket" t-shirt so when I get a non uniform day at work (a supermarket) I can wear it. That would be pretty epic. About as epic as working in a supermarket gets anyway.

KB on Tuesday, 5 April 2011

Bloody ABC2. Last time I checked, stunt didn't rhyme with creep. Grow a pair, ABC.

Jessica Smith on Tuesday, 5 April 2011

Hi Tim, I had never heard of you until one of my friends asked me to go with her to The Palais Theatre to watch your live show "Tim Minchin vs MSO" cause her Hubby was unwell and could not take her and I said "sure why not I love recieving freebies! Who r we seeing? Is he any good?" and her reply was "No comment u have to see for yourself when we get there" I just have to say that I was soo impressed with your performance and I had never heard anything like it before, I enjoyed every minute of it, if her husband did not get sick I would still be unknownst to you and your amazing talent.

Nosferatu on Monday, 4 April 2011

vs SSO - like watching cockles cocks cockfighting - next time you are on stage wear some spurs and three boots ( 2S & 1L :) NB: Fucking fantastic show!

Nosferatu on Monday, 4 April 2011

Agnostic Dyslexic Insomniac - awake all night wondering if there really is a dog!

Rita Kidd on Monday, 4 April 2011

Tim, My obsession for you has grown since I saw you live at the Opera House. You were breathtakingly amazing...words cannot even describe. I think if I had one day left on earth I would use it to find you and have a conversation with you. You're one of the smartest, wittiest, wonderful people I've ever had the fortune to discover and am so glad I have. If I could meet you I swear my life would be complete. I just...adore you and your magnificent brain. I hope you tour again soon...I hope to ambush you. I once saw you trying to get into your gig in Sydney on you Ready For This Tour (at the State) because we got there early and I so regret not saying hi. Hopefully I'll get another chance. Keep being absolutely brilliant, although...I think it'd be almost impossible for you not to be.

timfan on Monday, 4 April 2011

Out of pure curiosity I couldn't help but check out the link for those who 'hate' you. Ah, chuckles all round. Many a puritan christian squirming in their seat at the mere title. I wonder how many read it through?

Derrick on Monday, 4 April 2011

Hi Tim, caught your SSO show first time round and was thoroughly entertained, I watched the rerun last night. Again I laughed out loud and confirmed what I told the wife after the first time I saw the show. I’ll have to go out in the street and burn an effigy of you after the song about the Pope, off to the effigy shop this arvo. I have a question for you. Having married a “Strawberry Blond” and fathered two boys with similar hair colour am I allowed to call them Ginger? Since the older boy does Karate can I call him a Ginger Nija? I don't usually send mesaged to performers but you moved me. Great work Tim.

MarkSA on Monday, 4 April 2011

Great concert with the SSO. How do you remember the words?

Peter Gray on Monday, 4 April 2011

Hi Tim, just channel surfing last night, Sunday April 3rd, and caught the last 30 mins or so of you on the ABC with the SSO, I was transfixed, you are amazing, I do not know of you but thought I recognised you, so today I googled you and yes of course, I have seen you on the comedy festival shows. You are a rare and raw talent Tim, and I will be looking out for you a lot more now, you have an amazing voice and are able to convey your feelings in your songs to the viewer and listener, I just looked at your webpage and found out you were in Adelaide last month, what a great pity I missed you, hopefully you will return to Adelaide again. Cheers Tim. Peter in Adelaide age 62

Jack on Sunday, 3 April 2011

Absolutely brilliant Tim. Just watched the bugless version of Tim vs SSO and it was a ripper. Please tell me you are going to release that show on DVD..

Doug Coplen on Sunday, 3 April 2011

LA, New York, Boston, Chicago........Please come to DC and/or Baltimore!! Please??

Kristy on Sunday, 3 April 2011

P.s Why don't you bring ME some cookies? Chock chip are my favourites!

Kristy on Sunday, 3 April 2011

Tim, your a funny mother fucker! Just seen you on ABC2 in Australia, your a fucking champion for a ranga and should apply for a logie. Keep on keeping on and come back to Australia soon! I would love to come and see you!!!! Kristy xx

Dee on Sunday, 3 April 2011

Dear Tim, you are absolutely, without doubt, permitted to both call yourself a fuking rock star and behave like one. However, you are in a league of your own. You rock dude, and yes, you certainly deserve your own orchestra. Grin. I was pissing myself when you perfored Sam's song. Why? I hear the echo of your question. Smile. I am going blind, ain't no middle lass deity gonna cure me. My faith, or blind hope, lies with my genius, calm and clever eye doctor whose PhD was in Glaucoam. The rare type I have. So, thankyou for helping me laugh away the fear on the day of diagnosis. Love from Dee

Mel from OZ on Sunday, 3 April 2011

My English fiance is a big fan of yours as he loves your style of incorporating comedy and music. I was hoping you would be appearing in Melbourne at the Comedy Festival so I could surprise him with tickets for his birthday in April - looks like we just missed you visiting my sunny country! Do you have any gigs lined up for late October in England, as we will be back visiting family at that time.

Mez on Sunday, 3 April 2011

Tim, you make me laugh, you make me cry. Brilliant and beautiful. Thank you.

Kelsey on Sunday, 3 April 2011

I had seen you on our Aussie TVs forever and knew you were a funny comedian but just turned on ABC and heard you sing "Not Perfect" I really did feel like the littlest babushka doll and your song just cheered me right up and made me cry so THANK YOU! I don't think a song has ever made me cry that quickly upon first hearing it. I will definitely be trying to get tickets to your next show in Sydney!

to be honest on Sunday, 3 April 2011

Tim, you know I'm going through 'some stuff' some really fucking heavy stuff actually, that stuff that you know about in your 30s and there's more to that but it doesn't matter.... what matters is I'm here watching your show from my hotel room in Melbourne from when you were in Sydney and I was there and you were there and I missed every mother fucking show ....because I didn't know you were there. You are awesome and you bring a level of substance that makes me forget about all those problems we face in the real world.... thank you so much. As Jeff said, I'm laughing and I'm (almost) crying...but its good, there's nothing wrong with cheese.

Marion on Sunday, 3 April 2011

Me thinks Elton John and Billy Joel had a love child! You are doubly talented and we're not worthy...

Mel on Sunday, 3 April 2011

Caught you vs the SSO, can't find your song about Sam's mum's cataracts anywhere on your site or Youtube, where can I find it??

Fitzies from Brisbane on Sunday, 3 April 2011

Oh how awesome! we are watching the Sydney performance for the second time, last week was great even with the sound probs but this week is sooooooo enjoyable, makes you wanna see it again and again and again!! Wow, what a genius.We have a ginger dog named Millie and she's enjoying the show too....

Lindsay on Sunday, 3 April 2011

Saw you live at Sydney Opera house on fri 25th march and loved it. You were hilarious so talent and funny. Love love love it!

sam on Sunday, 3 April 2011

Tim your brilliant - watched you Vs the Sydney Syphomy. loved it

Agnė on Sunday, 3 April 2011

Besides, my boyfriend is ginger. Your song is his personal hymn. :)

Agnė on Sunday, 3 April 2011

I absolutely admire your work. Come to Lithuania! Please!

simplerachel on Sunday, 3 April 2011

Thank you for sharing beautiful things.

Taylor on Sunday, 3 April 2011

Hi, I'm Taylor, 16, Aussie and very, very, ginger. your songs are inspirational, i sung Prejudice to get into my school choir/band. I'm now my schools only pianist and lead singer for the girls. Thanks for being my hero :)

Iffy on Saturday, 2 April 2011

you have to get to Ireland, Peoples Republic of Cork preferrably. us gingers are waiting

Anairda Selas on Saturday, 2 April 2011

Tim! Come over here in Brasil and play for us! We love you!

Naoise on Saturday, 2 April 2011

Tim!! Please drag your ass over to Ireland! Preferably Galway! Cheers in advance!

Louise on Saturday, 2 April 2011

Please come to Norway some time, it would make my life! I was in London recently and saw your face on every other bus, which made me so happy, but also sad cos I knew I couldn't see your show! So please, please, please go on tour in Europe some time! I love your work, and I've seen Ready For This? several times :D

Linda on Saturday, 2 April 2011

Tim your a fucking legend a mother fucking legend!!!!!!!

Marco on Saturday, 2 April 2011

Please come to continental europe! Anywhere, Germany, France, Italy!

Tim on Friday, 1 April 2011

Fantastic show last Sunday! I just wanted to run down and turbo hi-five you! My one regret was not being able to fold up my fan art into a paper plane and throw it to you....

jeff on Friday, 1 April 2011

I just heard of you, so I checked you out on Youtube. You're the only performer who's ever made me laugh and cry in less than five minutes. Please, keep doing what you're doing.

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