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Mick Jagger mocks Pythons in sketch for their sell-out tour

Rolling Stones frontman Sir Mick Jagger mocks 'wrinkly old men' Monty Python as he introduces their live tour which kicks off at the 02 tomorrow night.

It is one of 10 final shows the Pythons- John Cleese, Michael Palin, Eric Idle, Terry Gilliam and Terry Jones- will perform in the UK.

The first show sold out within 40 seconds when tickets were released.

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Cinemas will stream Pythons' final performance

The surviving Pythons, Michael Palin, Eric Idle, Terry Jones, Terry Gilliam and John Cleese Credit: PA Images

The remaining members of Monty Python have announced that what is likely to be their final performance together will be streamed live in cinemas around the world.

The comedy troupe will give its last performance on 20th July at London's O2 arena.

They had previously said their shows in London would not lead to a wider world tour. Fans will be able to see the final show at 450 cinemas in the UK and a further 1,500 worldwide.

Tickets for more Python shows to go on sale on Friday

The five surviving members of the Monty Python comedy team have announced five more shows in London next year, after the first five shows sold out within an hour.

Read: The Monty Python reunion show

  • Tuesday, July 15
  • Wednesday, July 16
  • Friday, July 18
  • Saturday, July 19
  • Sunday, July 20

The show, in the O2 Arena, will be the first time since the Hollywood Bowl in 1980 that the troupe have performed together.

Tickets for the additional shows go on sale on Friday morning.

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