Dick & Dom in da Bungalow was a British television series presented by the duo and aired between 2002 and 2006
Come on, all together now… BOGEYS!
Dick and Dom are bringing back Da Bungalow to celebrate their 20th anniversary with a tour.
And it’ll include all their favourite messy games, like Creamy Muck Muck, where members of the audience get splattered with gunk.
But the cheeky duo – aka Richard McCourt and Dominic Wood – are not looking forward to the cleaning bills after creating chaos.
“It’s been an interesting conversation with some of the theatres, like the royal theatres with nice plush velvet seats,” laughs Dick.
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“They aren’t that impressed by that. We don’t want any invoices for velvet seats from the 1800s.” Dom adds: “We might need to do it in something like the Crystal Maze dome.”
The pair, also famed their game Bogeys, where they shouted the word in public, were mobbed by stars including Big Zuu at this year’s NME Awards.
They started their Da Bungalow show in August 2002, and can proudly boast to being referred to having “lavatorial” humour in the House of Commons back in 2005.
The Dick And Dom In Da Bungalow 20th Anniversary Tour will be in theatres this autumn. Book tickets at myticket.co.uk/artists/dick-and-dom.
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