Ricky Gervais ‘Armageddon’ Location: Where Was the Netflix Special Filmed?

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blurred-reality.com – Out of all the locations he toured, Ricky Gervais: Armageddon on Netflix was filmed at The London Palladium on October 13. 

After 2018’s Humanity and 2022’s SuperNature, Ricky Gervais and Netflix are back with their third collaboration, Armageddon. It went on a live tour from 2022 to 2023, achieving record-breaking international sales.

The 62-year-old comedian makes fun of “s*x, death, pedophilia, race, religion, disability, free speech, global warming, the Holocaust, and Elton John” throughout the Christmas special. His Netflix stand-up specials continue to fare well while generating controversy, with Gervais replying to each one.

With the release of Armageddon, we have found that many people have been interested in knowing the filming location of the Netflix special. They want to know where precisely the show was filmed. Well, we’ve got you covered.

Filming Location: Ricky Gervais ‘Armageddon’ Was Filmed at The London Palladium!

Neither Netflix nor Ricky Gervais (@rickygervais) has revealed where Armageddon for Netflix was exactly filmed among all the locations where he did the ‘Armageddon’ tour throughout 2022 and 2023. We were able to confirm that it was filmed at The London Palladium with the help of a professional photographer named Kevin Mazur.

In mid-October, Kevin posted a picture with his partner on Instagram revealing that Netflix was filming Ricky Gervais’ performance at The London Palladium. In the same post, he also shared a picture of the ticket that reveals that it was filmed on October 13,

Ricky Gervais “Armageddon” Netflix tapping at The London Palladium

Netflix's Ricky Gervais: Armageddon was filmed at The London Palladium. blurred-reality.comNetflix’s Ricky Gervais: Armageddon was filmed at The London Palladium.
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The London Palladium is an iconic icon in London’s West End. It has charmed audiences from its grand debut in 1910 and has a colorful history spanning over a century. This prestigious theatre has hosted a wide range of acts, including variety shows, musicals, stand-up comedy, and concerts by well-known artists. Its sumptuous interior, filled with lavish décor and a spellbinding theater, produces a grandiose ambiance that captivates each visitor.

The Palladium has featured legendary entertainers ranging from Judy Garland and Frank Sinatra to The Beatles and Elton John. Its stage has been blessed by countless stars’ talents, exhibiting a broad assortment of works that have left an everlasting impression on theatrical history.

Out of all the locations, to film Armageddon for Netflix at The London Palladium stands out to be the correct decision as everything, including the crowd, the lights, and the stage, looks pretty sick.

Ricky Gervais Responds to Criticism of His Joke in Armageddon!

Ricky Gervais has a message for those who don’t understand his sense of humor. The comedian has finally responded to a petition calling for a contentious joke to be removed from his recently released Netflix comedy special, Armageddon.

The joke is being objected to since Gervais is purportedly busy filming movies for the Make-A-Wish Foundation for terminally ill children. Gervais claims he does not walk into hospitals and say, ‘Wake up, baldy.’ He then went on to say that he begins his videos for children by saying, “Why didn’t you wish to get better? What, you fucking ret**ed as well?” Of course, outrage started.

Ricky Gervais does not appear to be bothered by the criticism. blurred-reality.comRicky Gervais does not appear to be bothered by the criticism.
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Addressing the controversy, he told BBC Radio 5:

Of all the millions of people that watched it and loved it, only a few don’t like it. If I give them special attention and try and placate them, I’ve annoyed the other millions of people that got the joke. They go, ‘No, you’ve ruined it for us!’…I’ve got a duty to the people that like it and get it. I wouldn’t sit down with a heckler would I? If I’m playing to 20,000 people, I wouldn’t stop the show and explain to them. I ignore them.