The Whoopee Cushion Orchestra took place on the Big Screen at Chapelfield Plain, Norwich, on Friday, 13 March, 2009, for Comic Relief. Photos by David Keller.
More than 100 people turned up to the Comic Relief event, where revellers 'whoopee'd' along with the BBC Philharmonic Orchestra, to songs like the Blue Danube.
People of all ages turned up to watch the orchestra, including Kelly and Katherine who joined in doing something 'funny for money'. They chose to dress-up in their pyjamas.
Chris Goulding AKA Superman, flew down to the event at the Big Screen to trump along to classical tunes. With muscles like that, his whoopee cushion might pop.
To warm the crowd, BBC Radio Norfolk's David Webster took the helm getting the audience to blow the best raspberries they could, showering the people next to them with spit.
During the orchestra, cameras were pointing at the crowd for people to spot themselves on the giant 25 square-metre screen. Can you spot anyone you know?
BBC Look East's Julie Reinger gets thrown off guard by the shear velocity of BBC Radio Norfolk's Nanette Aldous blowing her best raspberry.
Important attendees at the money raising event included the Lord Major Jeremy Hooke, who was very pleased with the numbers in Norwich who have shown their support on Red Nose Day.
Many people at the Big Screen donned their best fancy dress outfits and brought out their loudest sounding whoopee cushions! Some people wore safety equipment in case it got too much.
The Sainsburys' ladies were at the event selling red noses for the orchestra attendees. 70p from all red noses sold went to Comic Relief.