He’s back! Joe Pasquale, star of five Royal Variety Performances, King Of The Jungle, and most recently seen on ITV’s Tonight At The Palladium causing much hilarity in various guises, returns to the comedy stage in August.
It’s a brand new show, Joe Pasquale – One Man And His Bog! No, it’s not a typo and it’s not a tribute to the 1970s sheepdog show!
Pasquale will be stopping off at the Princess Theatre, Hunstanton, on Saturday, August 27, and in today’s competition we have two pairs of tickets up for grabs.
One Man And His Bog will see Joe Pasquale address such important issues as “why is an orange called an orange when a carrot is more orange than an orange?
If that makes any sense to you, come and see the man in action, see his bunion read your mind and maybe even feel the power of his psychic Beaver as it opens your third eye.
Verging on the surreal, hilarity is always the name of the game with Joe Pasquale and One Man And His Bog will be jam-packed with of surprises. Waffle pan optional! Joe will be accompanied, aided and abetted by his loyal sidekick Raynard who seems to crop up wherever Joe goes.
Joe Pasquale has continued to delight audiences with his live stand-up tours for 20 years and along the way has starred in many theatre shows – the most recent of which was Spamalot; been a stalwart of the traditional British Pantomime each year, voiced characters for Hollywood movies, been crowned King Of The Jungle in 2004 and twirled his way around the ice rink in Dancing on Ice.
For your chance to win a pair of tickets to the show, just answer this question:
When was Joe Pasquale crowned King of the Jungle?
Put your answer on a postcard or the back of a stuck-down envelope and send to: Joe Pasquale competition, Lynn News, Limes House, Purfleet Street, King’s Lynn PE30 1HL. Closing date for your entries is Thursday, August 11. You can also email your entry to firstname.lastname@example.org and please type in Joe Pasquale competition in the subject box.
The Joe Pasquale show is at the Princess Theatre on Saturday, August 27, at 7.30pm; tickets are £20 and to book or for more information call the box office on 01485 532252.