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JOE PASQUALE announces his Summer 2015 UK Stand-up comedy tour

HE’S BACK, MINUS THE CHAIN MAIL!
THE JOE PASQUALE SUMMER TOUR 2015

 When comedian Joe Pasquale made his West End stage debut in 2013 as King Arthur in Spamalot, who would have thought that the squeaky voiced national treasure would still be treading the medieval boards in 2015 – well such has been the popularity of that show –   he has been!   But in July 2015 Joe is removing the chainmail and returning to his stand-up comedy roots for the JOE PASQUALE SUMMER TOUR 2015 which will run through July and August. 

Joe Pasquale has not toured his stand up show since 2013 and in 2015 he’s back!  This time he's leaner, meaner, he's a vacuum cleaner! Last year Joe and his twin brother Raynard opened a chip shop with the Dalai Lama in Skegness, called Batter Me, I'm Yours! But due to an accident with a pickled egg the Lama pulled out and opened a rival chip shop called the Dalai's Deep Sea Sausage, which resulted in a surf and turf war, it was saveloys at 40 paces.... If you want to know more come and see this show, it'll blow your mind, well at least your chips!

Since his 1987 debut in TV’s New Faces, Joe has established himself as one of the best known and most popular faces and voices on the entertainment scene.  Alongside regular stand up tours and DVD releases his theatre credits include– SpamalotDoctor In The HouseThe Producers,  Ha Ha HolmesRay Cooney’s Tom Dick & Harry, Tom Stoppard’s Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead, and Larry Shue’s The Nerd.  On  TV he won the nation’s hearts and was crowned King of the Jungle in 2004 when he won I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out of Here,  he went on to learn to skate for Dancing on Ice, and hosted The Price is Right .  Joe also hosted An Audience With Joe Pasquale which notched up 9 million viewers.  He has been a favourite on several Royal Variety Performances too.   

Joe’s unique voice has been featured in the 20th Century Fox movie Garfield:  A Tale of Two Kitties as the voice  of Claudius the mouse, and as the Dentist of Whoville in the cartoon starring  Jim Carrey and Steve Carrell called ‘Horton Hears a Who!’ - the follow up to How the Grinch Stole Christmas.

And as if all this is not enough to exhaust the average person Joe spends any spare time in the boxing ring, treading the pavements running – he completed the Virgin London Marathon 2011 or studying with the Open University for his BSc in Geo Science!

So, if you want to make sure you add some extra sunshine into your lives this summer – make sure you see THE JOE PASQUALE SUMMER SHOW … but be warned – THIS SHOW CONTAINS NUTS!





DATE
VENUE
BOX OFFICE
TICKETS
TIME
Sunday 26 July
Croydon, Ashcroft Theatre
0208 688 9291
£18.50
7.30pm
Monday 27 July
Weymouth, Pavilion
01305 01305 783 225
£18.50
7.30pm
Tuesday 28 July
Torquay, Princess Theatre
08448 713 023
£18.90-£22.40
7.30pm
Wednesday 29 July
Truro, Hall For Cornwall
01872 262 466
£18-£20
7.30pm
Thursday 30 July
Weston Super Mare, Playhouse
01934 645 544
£20
8pm
Friday 31 July
Dartford, Orchard Theatre
01322 220 000
£20
7.30pm
Thursday 6 August
Gt Yarmouth, Britannia Pier
01493 842 914
£10-£17.50
7.30pm
Friday 7 August
St Ives, Burgess Hall
01480 388 500
£20
7.30pm
Saturday 8 August
Telford,Oakengates Theatre
01952 382 382
£18
7.30pm
Sunday 9 August
Lichfield, Garrick Theatre
01543 412 121
£20
7.30pm
Friday 14 August
Clacton, West Cliff Theatre
01255 433 344
£21
7.30pm
Saturday 15 August
Southend, Palace Theatre
01702 351 135
£20
7.30pm
Tuesday 18 August
Margate Theatre Royal
01843 292 795
£17.50
7.30pm
Wednesday 19 August
Hunstanton Princes Theatre
01493 532 252
£20
7.30pm
Thursday 20 August
Gt Yarmouth, Britannia Pier
01493 842 914
£10
£17.50
7.30pm
Friday 21 August
Skegness, Embassy Theatre
08456 740 505
£18.50
7.30pm
Saturday 22 August
Bridlington, The Spa 
01262 678 258
£20
7.30pm
Thursday 27 August
Eastbourne, Congress Theatre
01323 412 000
£21
7.30pm
Saturday 29 August
Wimborne, Tivoli Theatre
01202 995 566
£20
7.30pm
Sunday 30 August
Shanklin, Isle of Wight Theatre
01983 868 000
£20
7.30pm


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