A ‘Speck-tacular’ final

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AFTER seven years, 277 episodes and more than 150 guests, the final “Spicks and Specks” episode will run on November 23.

To mark the final season, Adam Hills, Myf Warhurst and Alan Brough will tour the country with the “Spicks and Speck-tacular” for the last time – coming to Canberra on December 10 and 11.

“The last Spicks and Speck-tacular was a hoot,” Host Adam Hills said. “And this time we’ve pulled out all the stops to say farewell to our fans with a bang. It’s a great chance to say goodbye in person while pretending we’re rock stars. Of course, we’ll actually have real rock stars with us (The Specktors), so Alan, Myf and I will be desperately
trying to keep up.”

The Specktors – Kit Warhurst, Gus Agars, Steve Hesketh – will provide the music for the touring show.

Myf Warhurst  said she looks forward to others being in the hot seat.

“What I love about the live show is that it gives the audience the opportunity to answer the questions,” she said. “It takes the pressure off me having to lose to Alan, AGAIN. I think that’s brilliant.”

“Very few people get to be part of something as wonderful as Spicks and Specks and even fewer people get to celebrate its conclusion with a live show that’ll make U2’s recent tour look like West Perth Primary School’s 1982 Eisteddfod entry,” Alan Brough said.

“Spicks and Speck-tacular” comes to the National Convention Centre at 7pm on Saturday December 10 and 6pm on Sunday December 11.

Tickets go on sale nationally on Monday at ticketek.com.au

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