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'Friends' Fest Comes To London And We Couldn't Be Any More Excited

Entertainment | Gabe Zaldivar | August 13, 2015

'Friends' Fest Comes To London And We Couldn't Be Any More Excited

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“Friends” is headed back to merry ol’ England.

According to Mashable’s Sam Haysom, fans of the hit show will soon be able to get an up-close look at some aspects of the set thanks to a nice little deal for one network.

Haysom writes: “Comedy Central just signed a new four-year deal for the exclusive rights to broadcast ‘Friends’ in the UK.”

When you get one of the more popular shows in recent memory, you are mandated to throw a shindig to celebrate.

Comedy Central UK is doing just that:

As Haysom reports, an initial lot of tickets went quickly. However, if you follow the Comedy Central UK Twitter feed, it seems as though there will be more details on the availability of tickets as well as competition giveaways.

As to what entry means, See Tickets has information on the Friends Fest, which will take place from Sept. 16-20.

The website gives us the location with, “The Boiler House on Brick Lane will be transformed into the ultimate Friends experience.”

The location will also include a “full-scale set of Monica's apartment,” which fans can walk through.

But that’s not all, because there will be a Central Perk, replete with comfy couch and props from the show.

The best part is the promise of foosball, which is fun until Monica steps in and dominates.

Now this isn’t the first time the show has visited the area:

We hope this trip goes a bit better.

The last time around Ross said the wrong name at his wedding, leading to major drama between him and Emily.

Then a couple of pals took their relationship to the next level while Joey suffered through a bout of homesickness.

But everything works out in the end, because there is always Boddingtons. Remember that if you happen to strike out on getting tickets for next month’s party.

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