Monty Python launches 'worst run fan club in the world'

The Monty Python Spam Club gives fans the chance to ask the team anything between now and the final show.
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Monty Python has launched Monty Python's Spam Club, the group's official fan club.

Deemed by the Pythons as '‘what may be the worst run fan club in the world,' the site allows fans to to ask the group anything between now and the final show on July 20th.

Fans can join the Spam Club at and write a message on the site’s virtual Spamvelope.

'The Pythons will endeavour to answer the odd question. No replies guaranteed. Correct answers not guaranteed. Sending the reply to the correct person not guaranteed,' read a statement from the team.

'Those lucky enough to have their questions answered will see the replies posted on the site or, if they’re really fortunate, delivered to their doorstep in true Python style.'

The Spam Club also boasts an interactive wall that Python fans can post photos and videos to.

Monty Python Live (mostly) will see the stars of Monty Python reunited on stage at the London O2 Arena for ten nights in July 2014.

The final show, ‘The Last Night of the Pythons,’ will be broadcast live into more than 450 cinemas in the UK, and into 1,500 cinemas worldwide.


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