Monty Python have announced that their reunion concerts will not lead to a wider world tour.
The remaining members of the comedy troupe said they had "reluctantly decided" that their 20th July gig at the O2 in London this summer will "probably be their last live performance together".
A statement released by their publicist said: "The Pythons had hoped to take up some of the many offers to perform at arenas all over the world, but individual commitments to other projects over the next three years has made this impossible."
But it said the O2 shows would be "a dazzling spectacle featuring all of the favourite sketches, musicians, dancers, with set and lights by the creative team behind the London Olympic closing ceremony" and a "spectacular celebration" of their careers.
John Cleese said he is not feeling nervous about performing Monty Python at the O2 Arena next year as he expects the show to be "like a party" - a celebration of the classic sketches between the performers and fans.
He said he is excited to be reunited with his co-stars on stage, safe in the knowledge their material is "pretty funny".
Speaking to Nina Nannar, he dismissed reports the troupe were reuniting simply for the money and labelled the Daily Mail writers who made the claims "w*****s".