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|Other spaces: Pavilion Theatre, Dome Concert Hall, Corn Exchange|
|From||21st October 2009|
|To||21st October 2009|
|Prices||From £12.00. To £12.00. |
|What is currently on at Brighton Dome (V655)|
John Hegley is one of the country's most innovative comic poets and likes dogs a lot. He has several best-selling volumes of poetry to his name and is a regular sell-out at the Edinburgh Festival.
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The Adventures of Monsieur Robinet
A brand new show from "Comedy's Poet Laureate" (The Independent). Mr Hegley has written some stories about a Frenchman who owns a dog called Chirac. He is still trying to think of a suitable name for his luggage. We follow the gentleman on his voyages to the park and the show. The only violent scene is that betwixt Robinet and his outmoded television. There is a love interest, although this is rather one-sided. Poems, short dances and singing come together in this hilarious new show ? no knowledge of foreign languages or food required. Brighton Comedy Festival - Pavilion Theatre
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