Monty Python’s Meet and Greet just a Q and A

As more fans discover the discrepancy of July 1st Meet and Greet and the inadequate response from AXS and Ticket Zone, I have decided to reblog this post. It details the false advertising used to promote a Meet and Greet which cost 496 sterling and delivered a question and answer session, which according to later attendees, got progressively worse.

Breise! Breise! Extra! Extra!

In what was originally billed as a Meet and Greet, including a group photo by a professional photographer, attendees of the July 3rd, 4th and 5th Monty Python Live (Mostly) Meet and Greet were left feeling like John Cleese in the Dead Parrot sketch, dissatisfied, to say the least.

Instead of actually meeting and greeting Terry Gilliam, Michael Palin, Terry Jones, John Cleese and Eric Idle, attendees who paid a premium price of 496 pounds sterling, approximately $700, got to take their photos from afar.

 Eve    @evelienh   How not to do a Meet & Greet. £500 for a Q&A is not worth it, sorry.  5:59 AM - 5 Jul 2014
Eve @evelienh
How not to do a Meet & Greet. £500 for a Q&A is not worth it, sorry.
5:59 AM – 5 Jul 2014

The original Meet and Greet Package promised a lot more than what was delivered. Just days before attending the event, participants…

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