6 December 2017

“Eric Idle's The Entire Universe” to Premiere on PBS on 22 December

On 22 December 2017, “Eric Idle's The Entire Universe” (a.k.a. “Rutland Weekend Television's The Entire Universe”) will premiere on PBS in the U.S.A. at 10/9c.

We’re pleased to share a piece Eric wrote about the show, here. 


4 December 2017

Monty Python’s Big Red Book Banned in Texas Prisons

More than 10,000 titles, including Monty Python’s Big Red Book, are banned in prisons in Texas.

Michael Palin: “Another feather in our cap.”


30 November 2017

Michael Palin’s Archive to go on display at the British Library in 2018

Opening on 7 August 2018, the British Library will host a free display of a selection of objects from Michael Palin's archive, in their Treasures Gallery.


17 November 2017

Bringing 'Life of Brian' to a Cinema Near You

We’re thrilled to announce that we’ve partnered with Trafalgar Releasing to bring "Monty Python’s Life of Brian" to a cinema near you*.


1 November 2017

Release of Newly Restored "Jabberwocky"

A new 4K restoration of "Jabberwocky" will be released by The Criterion Collection on November 20th in the UK and November 21st in the US.

Find out more about this new Gilliam-approved special edition, and pre-order your copy here.


27 September 2017

"Jabberwocky" Screenings at BFI London Film Festival 2017

To celebrate the 40th anniversary of Terry Gilliam's Jabberwocky the newly restored 4K version of the film will be screened as part of the 2017 BFI London Film Festival. 


12 September 2017

Terry J Walks for the Alzheimer’s Society

Last Sunday, 10th September, Terry J took part in the Alzheimer’s Society Memory Walk to raise awareness and money for the charity.


7 September 2017


'Naughty Bits' by Hendrick Hertzberg, originally published in The New Yorker on 29 March 1976, has been re-published. 


5 September 2017

Monty Python in Politics

Morten Morland for The Times, London.  


29 August 2017

At Last the 1948 Show - Live!

After 50 years of preparation, this September one of British television’s silliest shows, "At Last the 1948 Show," will be presented in America for the very first time, live on stage at Chicago’s iO Theatre.


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