Laura Folds Five wrote:I don't know nothing 'bout nothing about making websites. But Sean definitely needs one.
I just downloaded Sean's Show the other day, I've only watched a bit so far but it's still ace
Cazza Lazarou wrote:I also know nothing of (eight men down) making websites but am a huge fan of Sean since I first saw Sean's Show way back in....when was it again? I was quite young I recall. I bought his novels about three years ago from eBay which are really good. So best of luck with making this website succeed as his gorgeous Irish-ness deserves a good fan-site
Thast one thing i haven't seen of Sean Hughes. What was it like?
Cazza Lazarou wrote:So yes Sarah you will certainly have my support and I'm going to email an old aquaintance who is a big fan as well as she may be interested and/or be able to help
Other than that I can't remember much about it other than loving it. I'd try and download but I know my computer would turn round to me and say "What exactly do you think you are doing? Ha! I don't think so, excuse me while I self destruct!"
Sarah Chinnery wrote:Sean's Show was on air in the early 90's, 1992 to be precise, I think. I was very young myself, but I loved it all the same! It was really great & very funny.
Miss Tipps wrote:Sarah Chinnery wrote:Sean's Show was on air in the early 90's, 1992 to be precise, I think. I was very young myself, but I loved it all the same! It was really great & very funny.
Hello, hello. I went to see two episodes of that being recorded at LWT (now known as the London Studios). Mark Lamarr was the warm up man and really funny and I remember Bob Mortimer being at one of the shows. I always liked Elvis the Spider best.
I still have the admittance tickets to 'Sean's Show' - I can scan one for your website if you like?
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