The gig was absolutely fantastic. It took a while to get started though, because Foley wasn't going to move until he'd met everybody.
You could get one thing signed that you brought with you, and anything you bought from the merchandise stand would get signed as well. I just took my copy of Foley is Good and didn't bother buying any merchandise. Phenomenally nice guy, but everybody knew that already I think.
The supporting acts were good too, and were both big wrestling fans who threw in some references and jokes about wrestling that pretty much everybody 'got'. Foley came on to his car crash theme, but then got very angry at the stage folk, saying, "You know I don't like to come out to my wrestling music when I'm trying to present myself as a comedic artist."
He went off-stage and then came back on to 'Somebody Call My Momma', while dressed in a red tracksuit and dancing like Brodus Clay. The place went absolutely mental at that point.
His comedy was excellent too, and a lot of it was funny stories from the business told from his perspective. At the end, there was also a ~20 minute Q&A session, where people put their hands up and got to ask Foley questions.
Overall, it was a superb night. I guess this is all technically off-topic, but it's a story related to a picture of myself I posted, so I won't warn myself this time.