Published: 02nd July 2014
It may be decades since the Monty Python phenomenon seemingly came to an end, but the popular troupe rolled back the years on Tuesday night as they returned for an exciting UK tour.
Fans gathered in their thousands at London's O2 Arena to watch the likes of John Cleese and Michael Palin perform on their first night.
John Cleese's fourth wife, Jennifer Wade, was one of the many adoring fans watching the 'greatest hits' performance.
She arrived alongside Cleese and the other Pythons - Palin, Eric Idle, Terry Gilliam and Terry Jones - before they took to the stage.
Her low-key but effective ensemble was made up of skin tight black leggings , a long loose blue top and black boots, while her biker-style denim jacket featured leather arms.
Cleese entertained the audience with his famous Spanish Inquisition sketch while Palin was applauded for his Lumberjack Song.
The 10-night run show, which cost around £4.5million to stage, also involves an orchestra, dancers and plenty of special effects.
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