I have seen their show before - this particular iteration debuted in 2013, but Fascinating Aida are always watchable an always awesome. There were a couple of news songs, they've tweaked a few things and, of course, the Bulgarian Song Cycle was wickedly up to date (they're not fans of Jeremy Clarkson :D).
It was also fun to see them cope with a couple of major technical issues, as normally their shows go really smoothly. First of all, when Adele did her Health and Safety trawl through the front rows of the audience, she asked for the house lights to be brought up. Nothing happened. She asked twice more, while gingerly heading down the steps from the stage and gamely attempting to see where she was going. Finally she bellowed "HOUSE LIGHTS!!!"...and still nothing happened. At last, just when she was going to abandon the sketch, the lights came up to a huge roar of applause.
Then a little later, when Liza was about to start her Health and Safety number, Adele stopped her before she'd got past the first line and we realised her microphone had stopped working (they wear those forehead microphones with battery packs hidden at their waists). "Oh, has someone flipped my switch!" she cried, plaintively, before dashing backstage to let the technicians do frantic assessment and sorting out. This left Adele and Dillie on stage to amuse the audience which they did by noting they'd seen something wrong because the light had gone out on Liza's battery pack. "You can see the light through the flimsy material of that large yellow onsie she wears," Adele snarked. "Yes," says Dillie, "some people think she's an alien." They riffed on this for the five minutes it took to sort out the problem (flat battery, apparently), before Liza came back and was reduced to giggles by the pair, who made her turn round so we could admire the now glowing light on her battery pack. Took her a couple of minutes to compose herself so she could sing the song :)
And I got the latest DVD signed by all three of them after the show. Yay! :D
I went with Kev, a colleague from work, and his friend Douglas. Douglas very kindly cooked us a yummy chicken and vegetable stir fry before the show. He doesn't eat tomatoes either, so I must pick his brains about what he used for the sauce for the stir fry because it was very tasty :D