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VenueBath Komedia
CountyBath & North East Somerset
From9th March 2018
To9th March 2018
What is currently on at Bath Komedia (V993962950)

Simon Day

Familiar to TV audiences for his memorable comic creations such as Billy Bleach, Dave Angel and Competitive Dad in the phenomenally successful The Fast Show (BBC2), Simon is widely considered to be one of the UK's most talented character comedians and comedy actors.
Performer Simon Day

Archive :: production:T1205474111, comedy:S01705330785, venue:V993962950

In Character

Brian Pern - prog rocker and humanitarian Brian will perform a unique piece involving music and some modern dance. Billy Bleach - Fast Show pub bore and star of 2003 Grass witness protection comedy. Billy will be speaking to the public for the first time since being in rehab for gambling and constant overt sexist remarks in the pub. Geoffrey Allerton - unpublished Yorkshire poet ?will be reading from his poetry collection Marking Time. Finally Tony Beckton - one of Britain's most dangerous men and habitual criminal who has served over 27 years in various prisons ? will be reading from his memoirs Beyond Reason and discussing the problems he faces trying to go straight and not headbutting any traffic wardens.


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