John Finnemore's Flying Visit

John Finnemore's Flying Visit

The writer and star of many multi-award winning BBC Radio shows brings his new sketch show to the stage.

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John Finnemore, writer and star of the multi-award winning BBC Radio shows 'John Finnemore’s Souvenir Programme', 'Cabin Pressure' and 'John Finnemore’s Double Acts' brings his brand new live show to the stage!

With the help of special guests from Souvenir Programme, John will be performing brand new sketches, some old favourites and - unless someone can stop him - quite possibly a song. Plus a live stage appearance from Cabin Pressure’s Arthur Shappey: the most cheerful, least helpful steward in the skies. Kids welcome, so long as they laugh in the right places. Actually, that goes for adults too.

‘One of the best written, cast, acted and directed comedies on anywhere.’ (The Daily Telegraph).

‘John Finnemore’s Souvenir Programme is the best sketch show in years - on television or radio.’ (Radio Times). ‘Very, very funny.’ (The Times).

Website www.johnfinnemore.com

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Tour dates 2019

At 4 venues:

The Lowry, Salford

Pier 8, Salford Quays, Salford, Lancashire, M50 3AZ

Fri 13 Sep

Quays Theatre

£26 / 08432 086000

Octagon Centre, Sheffield

SUSU, Western Bank, Sheffield, South Yorkshire, S10 2TG

Mon 4 Nov

£27.50 / 0114 222 8777

The Tivoli Theatre, Aberdeen

34 - 48 Guild Street, Aberdeen, AB11 6NB

Sun 6 Oct

£25 / 01224 592755

Tyne Theatre & Opera House, Newcastle upon Tyne

111 Westgate Road, Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne And Wear, NE1 4AG

Sat 7 Sep

£25 / 0844 493 9999

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31 May 2018

The man behind such radio shows as Cabin Pressure and John Finnemore's Souvenir Programme discusses the actress and writer whom he hails as his comedy hero

I have lots of comedy heroes, and the one who occurs to me today is Joyce Grenfell. She's one of those actors whom you're always pleased to see. It's a lovely feeling when you're watching an old British comedy, and it's a bit dated and creaky... but…

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