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Whitemead Forest Park - call 01594 560 400 to book

Where is Whitemead Forest Park - call 01594 560 400 to book?

Address
Forrest of Dean
Lydney

Website
http://www.csmaclubretreats.co.uk/holidayparks/whitemead/index.php

Shows at Whitemead Forest Park - call 01594 560 400 to book

September 18, 2020 Lydney: Whitemead Forest Park - call 01594 560 400 to book

Doors open:
7.30
Show starts:
8.30
Venue:
Whitemead Forest Park - call 01594 560 400 to book

Featuring

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Sol Bernstein - Headliner

When a legend reaches a certain point in their career, it’s time to ease up on doing legendary things and reflect on an exemplary life. Sol Bernstein has reached that point, and he invites us to listen to his tales of the high life with the biggest names in showbiz, musings on how the world has changed, and being just an ordinary Jew with world-beating wit, unbounded talent and death-defying chutzpah.

“Simply my favourite comic – the funniest hour you’ll spend this summer”
HARRY HILL

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Liam Mullone - Support

Award-winning comedian, Liam Mullone, is an exceptional and original talent with an intelligent yet accessible mind; unmistakable, unique material; and the stream of consciousness style of delivery of a ‘befuddled don’ that makes him “brilliant – a tour de force”

Brave, curious, disturbing and fantastical”, The Independent – May-2012

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Pat Gallagher - Compere

Pat Gallagher is a Birmingham born comic who lives in the hot bed of comedy that is the Forest of Dean. He is arguably one of the best unsigned acts in comedy today.

He remains unsigned principally because he loves a good argument.

He headlines gigs throughout the South West and South Wales and is a regular compere for us here at Lonestar Comedy.

‘Pat Gallagher is a genius. Saw him MC last night, it’s great to watch him go from friendly chatting to outrageously funny and back again without missing a beat or even acknowledging it. Class.’ Chortle