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Chatty Man hosting Vale warm-up show

Evesham Editorial 19th Jun, 2014 Updated: 20th Oct, 2016   0

ALAN Carr, one of the nation’s most gifted comedians, will be performing in Evesham next month it has been announced.

Channel 4 star Carr will be hosting his work in progress Chatty Man show at the Evesham Arts Centre on Sunday, July 13.

Television viewers see Carr chat to the world’s biggest celebrities in his usual funny style on the Channel 4 show which has been on screens since 2009.

The show, which starts at 8pm, will see Carr try out new material for a forthcoming tour with a ‘special guest’.

Tickets, which will cost £17, are not on sale yet.

Details of when they are released will be available to everyone subscribed to the Arts Centre’s ‘What’s On’ and ‘Comedy’ mailing lists three days before they are released for sale.

Tickets will not be sold online and only available to buy through face-to-face orders or by phone on a first-come, first-served basis.

Arts Centre members and volunteers will have a small chance to buy tickets in advance. Bookings will be limited to four

Carr becomes the second big name to perform at the Victoria Avenue venue this year following Lee Evans’ work in progress show last month.

An Evesham Arts Centre spokesman said: “We expect his show to sell out very quickly.

“We ask everyone to remember that the arts Centre has modest booking facilities and only 312 seats. Please be

patient with our box office volunteers and understand that not everyone who wants to see Alan Carr in Evesham

will be able to.”

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