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For Lynn owners of canines in the dog house, a show is coming to the Alive Corn Exchange that could just be the answer to their prayers.

Television’s top dog trainer is heading to town to share wisdom with owners of dogs who may need a little extra training.

The Dogfather, Graeme Hall, star of Channel 5’s Dogs Behaving (Very) Badly, is bringing his wisdom, charm and puppy prowess to the Corn Exchange in June.

Graeme Hall is a master dog trainer with the guild of dog trainers and his show is on its way to Alive Corn Exchange. (56617880)
Graeme Hall is a master dog trainer with the guild of dog trainers and his show is on its way to Alive Corn Exchange. (56617880)

Following huge demand for tickets, eight further dates have been added to the schedule.

For the first time ever, dog and puppy owners up and down the country will have the chance to seek advice from Britain’s best dog trainer for all their canine concerns.

The tour will feature a specially crafted 90-minute show full of tricks, memories, heart-warming surprises, and an exclusive Q&A, all presented in an intimate and relaxed live setting.

Graeme is a master trainer with the Guild of Dog Trainers and with, more than 10 years’ experience, a list of celebrity clients, and regular appearances on BBC Breakfast and ITV’s This Morning, Hall has built a glowing reputation on providing quick fixes to seemingly intractable pet problems.

His motto is ‘any dog, any age, any problem’ and now it’s time to be inspired, benefit from his expertise, and get pooches back on track and trained for life.

Announcing the tour, Graeme said: “I’m thrilled to be adding extra shows to the tour.

“For years I’ve been training dogs in village halls and in people’s living rooms, and more recently on television.

“I’ve had the chance to write books and record podcasts and now finally I get to do something I’ve always wanted to do.

“I’ll be sharing the lessons I’ve learnt from training thousands of dogs, and telling more than a few funny stories along the way.”

There is one of a selection of shows coming to the theatre venue in June including Top Secret, The Magic Science Show on Sunday, 26 at 2pm, fusing the mystery of magic with wondrous and miraculous feats of science.

Plus Rhythm Of The Dance on Wednesday, 29 which promises an exciting two-hour trip through hundreds of years of Irish dance and music.

Comedian Gary Delaney brings on his new show on Thursday, 30th, with hit after hit of his brand of one-liners.



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