Theatre (solo show, comedy)

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When Benny Hill died in April 1992, his body lay undiscovered in his flat for two days. During these two days his shows were watched by millions all around the world. This captivating one-man show revisits those final days and insightfully explores the life of the lad himself. 'A slick, affectionate and sympathetic portrait of a not-quite-forgotten man' ( 'The script is rich and rhythmic... Liam Tobin pulls off this marathon one-man show in a stellar performance' **** ( 'This is a show well worth seeing and Benny Hill a comic well worth remembering' (

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