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Q: How to form a Concert Party ( No Answer,   6 Comments )
Subject: How to form a Concert Party
Category: Arts and Entertainment > Performing Arts
Asked by: probonopublico-ga
List Price: $5.00
Posted: 18 May 2003 04:00 PDT
Expires: 08 Jun 2003 04:39 PDT
Question ID: 205359
I hope to win the contract to provide entertainment on Brighton's
lovely old West Pier.

It was used for the Richard Attenborough film 'Oh What a Lovely War'
and, before that, it used to be famous for its pierrots.

I would like to sign up Hummer & Hammer as fast talking comedians in
the Charlie Chaplin mode ...

And maybe Pinky could dress up as a gypsy and do her crystal ball

I shall also need a dance troupe of ladies who can dance like Ethel
Merman and sing like Cyd Charisse.

OK ... You get the idea.

Please post your suggestions as Comments to Question 161982 and I
shall award the Stars & Dosh here but only after a healthy number of
comments have been posted.

Are you ready?

On your marks ...


Clarification of Question by probonopublico-ga on 18 May 2003 10:33 PDT
It's Hammer in the lead ...

C'mon Hammer, hurry up, hurry up.

I don't suppose Chellphill will be commenting after I left an aitch
out of his name.

Sorry, Chellphill!

Request for Question Clarification by hammer-ga on 20 May 2003 07:44 PDT
Hurry up and do what? Am I late? What for? Help!!!

BTW, I refuse to race against Pink. Her hair always smacks me in the
face as she blows by me.

- Hammer

Clarification of Question by probonopublico-ga on 20 May 2003 08:29 PDT
Hi, Hammer

EVERYBODY'S rooting for you, didn't ya know?

Keep piling up the comments on 161982 and get all your friends to pitch in to.

You have LOTS of friends, didn't ya know?



Request for Question Clarification by journalist-ga on 20 May 2003 11:45 PDT
[Nothing to do with this question, just a note: Your recent question
regarding BKWSU is locked by the GA bot because it mentions the word
"Google" - just wanted you to know why no one has answered it yet.]

Clarification of Question by probonopublico-ga on 20 May 2003 23:23 PDT
Hi, Journalist, Honey

Many thanks for your advice re the other question.

I would not have guessed.

It seems to me that somebody's botty needs smacking.

Can you organise, please?

Kindest regards

There is no answer at this time.

Subject: Re: How to form a Concert Party
From: pinkfreud-ga on 18 May 2003 15:46 PDT
Well, dressing up as a gypsy was fun!

But about that crystal ball...

Dunno about the Ethel Merman/Cyd Charisse thing, but I can dance like
Ernest Borgnine and sing like Sid Caesar.

I cannot resist making this comment:

My colleague chellphill, who is an Okie lady like myself, probably
will be less concerned by the aitch-dropping than by the gender
assumption. ;-)

Subject: Re: How to form a Concert Party
From: probonopublico-ga on 18 May 2003 21:35 PDT
Sorry Again, Chellphill!

I should have known ... the Okie dames are SO smart.

Will you ever forgive me?

Subject: Re: How to form a Concert Party
From: chellphill-ga on 18 May 2003 22:44 PDT
Hehe, that is quite all right! My nickname, "chell" is short for
Michelle, and I have been mistakenly referred to as "Michael" for
years. :-)
And as for us Okie girls being smart.... We are a swift bunch, aren't
we? <grin>
Hmmm... maybe it's something in the air here?
(takes a deep breath, then sneezes)
Okay, maybe it's not the air.... :-)
chellphill :-)~
Subject: Re: How to form a Concert Party
From: angy-ga on 19 May 2003 01:29 PDT
I do a mean rendering of "The Ratcatcher's Daughter".
Subject: Re: How to form a Concert Party
From: willie-ga on 19 May 2003 01:34 PDT
I can play ukelele and do risque little "nudge nudge wink wink say no
more squire" numbers in between mother-in-law and little winkle jokes?
I've even got the garish stripey suit :)

Subject: Re: How to form a Concert Party
From: kemlo-ga on 20 May 2003 10:22 PDT
The correct spelling is  "PARROTS" not pierrots as any pythoness will tell you.
Regards Kemlo

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