Ageing comics promise new material for O2 show - and did not rule out the possibility of future performances
The hit 1970s group are expected to formally announce the reunion on Thursday
Ed Balls is like Monty Python's Black Knight character for refusing to admit he was wrong about the economy, George Osborne said today.
John Cleese has launched an attack on the media, branding many British newspapers “amoral creatures”.
From the seventh Python to a missed Nobel prize, Jonathan Brown looks at those who fame forgot
Idle, Jones and Palin vent their fury at ‘Holy Grail’ director’s claim for higher musical's royalties
The Monty Python team are not “unpleasant shifty people” who try to cheat people out of what they deserve, the High Court was told toay.
Members of comic tour de force Monty Python are embroiled in a legal dispute over hit musical Spamalot that has been taken to the High Court.
You have to have a big appetite for superlatives if you're to consume an entire MasterChef final.
The comedian who threw a foam pie at Rupert Murdoch has had his jail sentence reduced on appeal.
Moved by a devilishly good debut
Can a TV drama with a detective who uses quantum mechanics to solve cases be a success? Gerard Gilbert investigates
'Life of Brian' has been resurrected as something completely different: an oratorio for orchestra, 160 choristers and four of the surviving Pythons. It is, Eric Idle tells Andrew Johnson, very silly indeed
<b>David Usborne</b> meets the predictably anarchic Pythons in Manhattan.
The first episode of Monty Python's Flying Circus was broadcast 40 years ago today. John Walsh dusts off the tapes to see if the old ones really are the best
It sounds like Cash in the Attic meets the The Da Vinci Code. A pile of junk cleared from a country home finds its way to a car boot sale in a nearby market town. Among the detritus is a small piece of wood measuring just 10 inches by four inches and covered with painted figures.