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The creator of the hugely successful One Man Star Wars Trilogy, returns with his equally hilarious follow-up "One Man Lord of the Rings" in which he recreates the enchanting world of Middle-earth, armed with nothing more than a pair of elbow pads and his outrageous imagination. No props or costumes are required as Ross hurtles through the Tolkien trilogy. The Fellowship Of The Ring, The Two Towers and The Return Of The King - in just 3,600 seconds of unbelievable kinetic entertainment.
Running time: 1hr 20mins incl. interval
Best-selling author, TV and radio personality Gervase Phinn has delighted audiences nationwide with hilarious, yet touching accounts of his experiences as an inspector of schools in the dales. A born raconteur, he is one of Britain's best loved comic writers. Combining the timing of the professional comedian with palpable warmth and the ability to deliver a message that is more than just a series of jokes. Genuine affection shines through his stories.
Kate is at ease playing to 50 people in a folk club or 20,000 people at festivals such as Cambridge. Her increasing popularity means she is in demand throughout the UK and Europe. Growing up in a rich atmosphere of unaccompanied singing has led to a distinctive solo voice. Kate accompanies herself on guitar and piano and audiences will remember her for her dry Yorkshire humour that decorates her performance.
Ken Dodd is much more than a comedian. He is a comedy genius and showbiz legend whose humour has made him one of Britain's best-loved entertainers. For his Diddymen, jam-butty mines and black pudding plantations, the Professor of Giggleology and Master of Applied Tickleology has been awarded The British Comedy Awards highest accolade - the Lifetime Achievement Award. Come and join the King of Comedy for more quick-fire gags than you can shake a tickle-stick at!
Uh-huh we're the Manfreds! They were at the birth of British Rhythm 'n' Blues in the smoky night-clubs of 1960's London recording such songs as Do wah Diddy Diddy, 5-4-3-2-1, Sha La La, She's Not There, House of the Rising Sun, Out of Time and many, many more.
Brothers and winners of Britain's Got Talent 2013. Debut album "The Impossible Dream".
Tribute band bringing the best Fleetwood Mac classics.
Tim has been delighting audiences with his gentle, zany humour ever since he rocketed from the Cambridge Footlights into West End stardom trading custard pies with John Cleese and one-liners with Bill Oddie in the hugely successful Cambridge Circus revue. That was just the start of a sparkling career that has included BBC Radio's I'm Sorry, I'll Read That Again and I'm Sorry I Haven't a Clue. Tim has also appeared in countless stage productions and written several books. His most memorable ?claim to fame' came with the popular TV series The Goodies with Bill Oddie and Graeme Garden. Brooke-Taylor, Garden, and Oddie also appeared on Top of the Pops with their song "Funky Gibbon". After the end of The Goodies on UK television, Brooke-Taylor also worked again with Garden and Oddie on the animated television comedy series Bananaman, in which Brooke-Taylor was the narrator, as well as voicing the characters of King Zorg of the Nurks, Eddie the Gent, Auntie and Appleman. Brooke-Taylor was appointed Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) in the 2011 Birthday Honours. An Audience With Tim Brooke-Taylor covers all these subjects and more with Tim in conversation with the broadcast journalist and former That's Life! co-presenter Chris Serle.
This event takes place at Central Hall