Stephen Fry’s one-man Twitter-inspired London Show

Online social networking site Twitter has made the news today with celebrity comic “Stephen Fry”, announcing plans for his forthcoming show in London. He has used Twitter to ask his 1.5 million followers to suggest topics that he can talk about on stage.

According to Press Association, Fry, 52, who is not only a comedian, but a television presenter, writer, actor and film director has starred in many roles from “Hugh & Laurie”, “Jeeves & Wooster” and “Blackadder”, to name but a few. Recently, we have seen Fry in “Stephen Fry in America” which he presented himself. Fry’s forthcoming one-man show will be staged at the Royal Albert Hall in London, and he has asked his followers for suggestions of what different material he could use.

This is not the first time that Fry has used Twitter to talk to his followers. In the past, Fry has been asked to promote charities and causes which have caught the attention of his fans and at times causing the website to crash.

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