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Lisa on Saturday, 30 November 2019

Just watched Upright - fucking brilliant!! So well built up with laughs/emotion and a great drip feed into a 💔 but also lovely, last episode.

Jane on Friday, 29 November 2019

Hi Tim, just wondering.... do you follow/understand rugby union?

Rob Booth on Friday, 29 November 2019

Just watched Upright . What a great show. Tim Minchin you are truly gifted. Thank you.

Barbara on Friday, 29 November 2019

Really feel for you tonight, you drove yourself through the pain barrier. Sending hug, echinacae drops or tabs, lessen the time of flu/bugs xxxx Vote for Minchin!!!!!! That's what we need

Constantine de Goguel on Thursday, 28 November 2019

Brighton Dome Wednesday 27th. Fuckingamazingfuckinghilariousfuckingmovingfuckingbrilliantfuckingthought-provokingfuckingtightbandfuckingsunandwineandtearsfuckingbesteveningfuckingthankyouthankyouthankyou!

Nathan on Wednesday, 27 November 2019

Hi Tim Just wanted to say how much i enjoyed watching you perform in Manchester, and then a few days later in my home town Liverpool. Never seen anything like it, totally awesome. Anyway what i wanted to know is, will you be releasing a new album of the songs you performed? Its driving me mad that i cant hear the new songs you have written. Nothing like a fuck you song to cheer up a shitty day :-) Thanks for the music Take care, and let me be the first person to say, far too early, have a Great Christmas.

Ralf on Wednesday, 27 November 2019

Looking forward to seeing Tim tomorrow night. Read from another German who flew over just to see you, Tim. Doing the same 7:00 am. Pls. come to Berlin next year! Such a cool city for artists. We need people like you to save our souls!

Robyn King on Wednesday, 27 November 2019

I’m hoping to make contact with you, Tim, on behalf of my nephew, Michael King, a 50-year-old musician and teacher at Yarra Valley Grammar in Melbourne. Michael is the vocal director and repetiteur for the school’s production of “Matilda” in May 2020 and would love your consent to refer to his recently-discovered relationship with you. It would give him great pleasure and certainly add human interest to the production. My late husband Vince King was an enormous fan of Tim and his work - as is the entire extended family. Just before he died of cancer in 2018 Vince discovered to his enormous joy that he was distantly, but directly, related to Tim: Tim's Great Great Great Grandmother (Ellen O'Cock) and Vince's Great Great Grandfather (Alfred Ferrie O'Cock) were brother and sister making them 3rd cousins twice removed- I have an extract from the family tree for verification. This gave a dying man untold joy and certain "bragging rights" in his own mind. It also makes Tim and Michael 4th Cousins once removed- a direct bloodline connection. I know you would be insanely busy and no doubt have many requests made of you, but I’m adding one more, with fingers crossed and bated breath.

Mo on Monday, 25 November 2019

What a night in Edinburgh on the 23rd. We flew out from Germany. Followed all the work from the beginning fringe. This was amazing fun! Especially the FaceTime call and the song for your daughter. Having three Kidz myself this made me cry because this is the main goal, keeping the family together as a save place regardless of time and age and regardless of current location. Well done! On a side Note: might want to consider worsening your carbon footprint an tour a couple of shows in Germany, tell me early please. Cheers!!

Chris on Monday, 25 November 2019

Hi Tim, came to see you in Edinburgh this weekend and also Manchester last month. Each time I introduced a load of friends who had clearly been living sheltered lives, under rocks, oblivious to the joys of free thinking, progressive entertainment. I’m pleased to say that more people have now seen the light and have had a good night out as well. Thank you for an excellent tour. Please thank the band as well and I hope your children and Sarah clap and cheer when you get home.

David Hennessey on Sunday, 24 November 2019

Came to see your in the playhouse Edinburgh great show haven't laughed so hard in ages absolutely brilliant loved every minute

Laurie Kerr on Wednesday, 20 November 2019

TIM!!!!! Come to Calgary, AB!!!!!!!!!!!

Valentina on Tuesday, 19 November 2019

Hi!!! I am from Argentina, though just moved to the US (west coast) for at least two years… One of the main things that made me do this big move was considering I would have a higher chance to see your show. So, no pressure, but think of a tour in the west coast within two (maybe three) years from now. Promess to bring a couple of people, so tickets will get sold, don't worry. Hope you're doing good and someone posting here has actually bought you cookies!

Doug McDougall on Tuesday, 19 November 2019

Oh.. you are coming to Adelaide.... and its free too!!!

Doug McDougall on Tuesday, 19 November 2019

OMG... your not coming to Adelaide.... REALLY????

Rob on Friday, 8 November 2019

Fantastic show in Hammersmith last night. I hadn't realised how much we'd missed you. Whilst your band were excellent, they were a tad too loud at times. Whist that doesn't matter for old favourites, for your superb new songs that sometimes meant we couldn't distinguish your words. And funny words are one of your things, right? Cheese anyone?

John on Thursday, 7 November 2019

Saw you at Plymouth last night with a good crowd of mates. Genuinely one of the most enjoyable, inspiring shows I've seen. Awesome talent mate; and band was brilliant. Thank you and just keep doing what you do.

Sue J on Thursday, 7 November 2019

Hi, After many years "following", even living in Oz in the 80s myself, I finally got to see your show in Plymouth, you know, the one with the longest first half and that two part song! It was truly a great night (I do hope they are okay). I thank you for your honesty, humour and talent, plus of course that of your team, soooo talented too. It moved me and brought a smile, giggle, raucous laugh and big delight from beginning to end. Yes even the last song is an honour to see but most of all feel. Please also pass on my thanks to Sarah and your family. I can also reflect and their sacrifice of your presence elsewhere is others' joy and makes just a tiny part of humanity feel the real reason we all connected for a few minutes of our lives. Tim, yes, you are a genius of words, wit and wisdom. As we all try and make something of this moment in time, please can I say thank you from the bottom of my heart for allowing us to share the team's company to witness the talents of you and your team. Much better than apps, Tv etc this is what life is really about. Break a leg for the rest of the tour and safe travels back to Oz and home.

Shell on Wednesday, 6 November 2019

Hi Davina, Tim's UK BACK show is at least two hours of performance with a 20 minute interval - if people don't dawdle back from the bar! So a 7:30pm start (please check your tickets for that) would finish about 10pm or shortly after. Best wishes, Shell x

Davina on Wednesday, 6 November 2019

Hi. Boring but necessary question for your FAQs! How long is your show/when roughly does it end? I'm coming to see you in London next week and need to plan travel. Thanks

Kitty on Wednesday, 6 November 2019

Hi Tim, we both enjoyed your show last night very much and felt rather privileged to finally see you life. Besides the fun and energy and critical messages and the many laughs, the brief story you told about your life (which I didn't know much about) sounded so familiar to us: my husband and I have been together since high school, and though from the Netherlands, we moved out to the big smoke, studied and worked at UWA and often went to Cottesloe, lived in Sydney for several years, crossed the Nullabor in a tiny old car, made fantastic friends in Australia, emigrated with a baby (born in Subiaco) to the UK, moved again with 2 small children, and husband works quite often at the other side of the world for extended periods. We now don't live in a house with a sea view, but rather a valley view in Cornwall. Wishing you a wonderful time with your tour and we are certainly looking forward to see more of your shows.

Anton Ling on Wednesday, 6 November 2019

Re. I Don’t Like Guitar Much Yeah The guitar part in Matilda was voiced really badly. Thanks

Clare Young on Tuesday, 5 November 2019

Tim and your crew, I came to see you in Plymouth with my husband, it was a first time for him and I was nervous to bring him...but he was blown away! I had seen you all perform in Melbourne earlier this year whilst I was visiting my bestie and I made her get tickets for when I was there...you were awesome then too! I also saw you perform about 10years ago in the UK...and that was when I was blown away by your stardom (!!)...the young man that I met in Perth, in 1997 when I was staying with Winston B, had become what I always knew he would be and I was so proud. I only met you and Sarah briefly...but I am so happy for you and so very proud. I felt that pride all over again this evening. Thank you for being such a dude. Even my daughters adore your work (Matilda fans)...you are much heralded in our household. Stay safe and be happy and hurry home to you house on a hill, where you heart feels full. X

Neil on Sunday, 3 November 2019

Hi Tim, my wife and I saw you last night and you were fantastic. It was a bucket list event for me and you did not disappoint. Thank you for great energy, great laughs, great music and a great band. We both fall into the category of those who’d watch you until you withered at the piano so it was a shame the show was cut short: it wasn’t the audiences fault btw - we were queuing outside all on time: it was the venue who had just to small doors open at the front and tried to get the audience in the doors within half an hour! Never mind; you were worth the wait and btw I thought the idea of giving our ticket money to charity was really lovely. Best wishes to you and the band for the rest of the tour. I hope you and your family find much joy in your home on the hill overlooking the sea. Best wishes always. Neil and Rachel x

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