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Last Goon Show

Last Goon Show Last Goon Show
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The last Goon show of all, starring Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan & Harry Secombe, was recorded by the BBC in this theatre on 30th April 1972.
Comic Heritage

The Camden Palace was home to the Goon Show through the 1950s.

Site: Last Goon Show (1 memorial)

NW1, Camden High Street, Koko

Click on Arthur Lloyd for more pictures and information on the theatre itself.
In 2005ish The Camden Palace nightclub became Koko.

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Last Goon Show

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The Goon Show

Radio comedy show, originally broadcast as 'Crazy People' The first scripts w...

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British Broadcasting Corporation

Also known as the BBC or more affectionately, the Beeb.  Founded as the Briti...

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Spike Milligan

Goon. Born as Terence Alan Milligan near Bombay, India, his father being an I...

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Harry Secombe

Actor, comedian and singer. Born Harry Donald Secombe in St Thomas, Swansea w...

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Peter Sellers

Goon and comic actor. Born Portsmouth to a couple of variety entertainers. Th...

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Last Goon Show

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