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King’s Lynn Alive Corn Exchange presents Rich Hall as stonking stand-up brings hoedown mayhem

The American comedian Rich Hall will be performing at Alive Corn Exchange this month.

The funny man has many talents as a musician, writer and documentary maker and made his way in the industry as a sketch comedian in the 1980s.

He brings his show Shot From Cannons to Lynn on Friday, June 16 at 8pm.

Rich Hall is bringing his show to to Alive Corn Exchange on Friday, June 16
Rich Hall is bringing his show to to Alive Corn Exchange on Friday, June 16

It promises to be ‘one hour of stonking stand-up and another of stomping hoedown mayhem. That’s two top gigs in one.’

Fresh on the heels of his critically acclaimed memoirs, Nailing It, Montana’s transatlantic messenger returns with new rants, knife-edge observations, thrilling musical interludes and an ever-formidable knack for laughs on the fly.

“You’ll pay for the whole seat, but you’ll only need the edge of it.”

Hall is popular in the UK where he resides in a flat he owns in London.

He has a small ranch in Montana where he spends his time writing plays.

Born in 1954 on June 10, the 69 year old stand up is well known for his rants and tirades plus his musical sequences which delight audiences worldwide.

His style of quick-fire banter has seen him write for shows such as Saturday Night Live and appear on many episodes of QI, the British panel show hosted by Stephen Fry.

The comic also uses a pseudonym when he performs as as Otis Lee Crenshaw.

For comedy lovers the popular Comedy Club will be happening on Thursday, June 22 at 8pm.

Four comedians from the touring circuit, in a relaxed cabaret setting perform live at the venue.

It is great value for money at £10.00 per ticket and the comedy club night regularly sells out.

For further information visit www.kingslynncornexchange.co.uk

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