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George Carlin - Julian Clary - Tim Vine - Paul Gauguin - Frankie Howerd - Oscar Wilde - Frank Capra - Barbara Bush - Sid Vicious - Tommy Cooper - Ken Dodd - Kenneth Williams - Les Dawson - John Lennon - Anthony Trollope - Artur Schnabel - Johnny Cash - Alfred Hitchcock - Orson Welles - Quentin Tarantino - Laurence Olivier - Judy Garland - Discovering Hamlet TV - Billy Graham - Robert Tressell - The Walk 2015 - Stephen Booth - Bob Hope - Jeb Bush - Joe Biden - Richard Dawkins - The League of Gentlemen: Live TV -       

 

 

3.  If there is a God may he strike this audience dead.  (God & Religion & Miracle & Audience)  George Carlin live

 

 

45,735.  Standing ovations have become far too commonplace.  What we need are ovations where the audience members all punch and kick one another.  George Carlin

 

 

75,204.  Who decides when the applause should die down?  It seems like it’s a group decision; everyone begins to say to themselves at the same time, ‘Well, OK, that’s enough of that’.  (Groups & Audience)  George Carlin

 

 

128,040.  Julian Clary/Joan Collins Fan Club: ‘There’s nothing I like more than a warm hand upon my entrance.’  (Comedy & Audience)  Julian Clary, Saturday Night Live, cited Utterly Outrageous X-Rated Comedy, Channel 5 2019

 

 

86,899.  I did a gig in a fertility clinic.  I got a standing ovulation.  Tim Vine: Timtiminee Timtiminee Tim Tim to You, Edinburgh Festival 2014

 

 

10,991.  The history of modern art is also the history of the progressive loss of art's audience.  Art has increasingly become the concern of the artist and the bafflement of the public.  (Art & Audience)  Paul Gauguin

 

 

43,182.  It’s not an appeal for money – it’s all right, you've been robbed enough as it is.  (Comedy & Audience)  Heroes of Comedy:  Frankie Howerd

 

43,183.  Try if you can to force some titters.  (Comedy & Audience)  ibid. 

 

 

45,652.  The play was a great success, but the audience was a disaster.  (Theatre & Play & Audience)  Oscar Wilde

 

 

45,716.  I made mistakes in drama.  I thought drama was when actors cried.  But drama is when the audience cries.  (Drama & Audience)  Frank Capra

 

 

32,670.  Somewhere out in this audience may even by someone who will one day follow in my footsteps, and preside over the White House as the president's spouse.  I wish him well.  (Presidency US & White House & Bush & Audience)  Barbara Bush

 

 

45,723.  American audiences are just the same as any other audiences.  Except a bit more boring.  Sid Vicious

 

 

45,724.  I can always tell when an audience is going to be good or bad.  Good night.  Tommy Cooper

 

 

43,155.  I’m delighted to be in a show.  I couldn’t afford to be in the audience.  (Comedy & Audience)  Tommy Cooper

 

 

45,725.   What a challenge.  I’ve seen happier looking blood hounds.  Ken Dodd

 

 

45,726.  You’re only as good as the audience lets you be.  Ken Dodd

 

 

45,727.  The audience will come with you if they believe you.  Kenneth Williams, Fantabulosa!  BBC

 

 

45,728.  Where would we be without a laugh?  Here.  Les Dawson

 

 

45,729.  Will the people in the cheaper seats clap your hands?  All the rest of you, if you’ll just rattle your jewellery.  John Lennon, Royal Variety Performance 1963

 

 

45,730.  The first necessity for good speaking is a large audience.  Anthony Trollope, Phineas Finn 1869

 

 

45,731.  I know two kinds of audiences only – one coughing, and one not coughing.  Artur Schnabel, My Life and Music 1961

 

 

45,732.  You’ve got a song you’re singing from your gut, you want that audience to feel it in their gut.  And you’ve got to make them think that you're one of them sitting out there with them too.  They've got to be able to relate to what you're doing.  Johnny Cash

 

 

45,733.  Youngsters are the most discerning audience.  They want enter- -tainment, they want issues.  (Audience & Youth)  Shahrukh Khan

 

 

45,734.  Always make the audience suffer as much as possible.  Alfred Hitchcock

 

 

45,736.  I want to give the audience a hint of a scene.  No more than that.  Give them too much and they won’t contribute anything themselves.  Give them just a suggestion and you get them working with you.  That’s what gives the theatre meaning: when it becomes a social act.  (Audience & Theatre)  Orson Welles

 

 

45,737.  I don’t believe in elitism.  I don’t think the audience is this dumb person lower than me.  I am the audience.  (Audience & Elite)  Quentin Tarantino

 

 

45,738.  Lead the audience by the nose to the thought.  Laurence Olivier

 

 

45,739.  I try to bring the audience's own drama – tears and laughter they know about – to them.  Judy Garland

 

 

45,946.  And then he has that dark side in him which must frighten the audience ... There’s something diabolical in him.  (Shakespeare & Audience & Hamlet)  Discovering Hamlet, Sky Arts, Christopher Plummer

 

 

89,150.  I spoke to a million in one service, in Korea, in Seoul.  And that was the largest audience I ever have had.  (South Korea & Audience)  Billy Graham

 

 

96,528.  Owen accordingly ascended the steps ...  

 

‘Unaccustomed as I am to public speaking, it is with some degree of hesitation that I venture to address myself to such a large, distinguished, fashionable, and intelligent looking audience as that which I have the honour of seeing before me on the present occasion.’  Robert Tressell, The Ragged Trousered Philanthropist

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