I sure am praying 🙏🏼 that it is found! There are definitely rumors out there, and someone has to know. Imagine having it and not showing anyone… I know those collectors love to chat about their collections.
I went to a Broadway web site and poster asked question about this and somebody answered today. See below.
"He was talked into the project by Bill Kenwright, the don of cheap-as-chips touring in the UK, who had been his classmate at the Liverpool Institute when they were kids. BK has never been great at keeping too many plates spinning; he's got four productions running right now -- Heathers in London and on tour, Blood Brothers on the road (again), Ian McKellen in Frank and Percy, a musical of Calendar Girls, and Twelve Angry Men (which you wouldn't think would sell in the UK, but who knows, it seems to have "names" that would at least sell tickets in the provinces).
I think the show is neither Bill's nor Paul's biggest priority right now."
The creative geniuses behind album art for Pink Floyd, Led Zeppelin and Paul McCartney. Conjurers of impossible visuals, Hipgnosis were at the white-hot center of the maddest, funniest and most creative era in the history of popular music.
For non-UK people, the Big Breakfast was an anarchic morning show that was massively popular in the 1990s/early 00's.
Paul was in a great mood here, I guess he really likes talking about sheds. 😉
Hopefully this link works, I'm still new to how this forum works!
I remember The Big Breakfast tv show. In fact I used to live about a 10 minute bike ride from Bow Locks ( seriously) where the BB house was, and still is. I think the actual address was, The Lock Keepers Cottage. Bow Locks, East London. When I used to ride my bike over that way as a kid, in the late 60s, early 70s, it was very industrial. Factory's and stuff. When London got the contract for the 2012 Olympics, they really cleaned it up. It's very nice there now and the Big Brother house is still there. Privately owned, and worth a few million pounds. I chatted to the current owner when I made a film about the area.
@wandy You can't ask someone to convert your VHS to DVD. There are people who specialise in this field. That way you don't lose what you have on it.
Yes, there are bunches of companies that specialize in this! Google it. 😉
Yes. All I have to do now is find the cassette. Would definitely be worth it. Anybody remember the scene where the microphone bounced forward and smacked Paul in the mouth? You got the idea that this happened fairly frequently. He said, "by the time this tour is over I will be looking like Joe Bugner". Joe Bugner was a British heavyweight boxer. He fought Muhammad Ali.
You'll find it I'm sure. Somewhere in the attic between two boxes and cobwebs. Lol 😅