Alistair McGowan back on the road and heading for Barnstaple
POPULAR impressionist, Alistair McGowan will be entertaining North Devon fans when he visits the region as part of a UK tour next month. Alistair, back on the road with his first solo stand-up tour in 10 years, arrives at Barnstaple s Queen s Theatre on S
POPULAR impressionist, Alistair McGowan will be entertaining North Devon fans when he visits the region as part of a UK tour next month.
Alistair, back on the road with his first solo stand-up tour in 10 years, arrives at Barnstaple's Queen's Theatre on Sunday, November 22.
His brand new one-man show will see him resurrect his legendary celebrity impressions including Richard Madeley, Gary Linekar and Terry Wogan, as well as introduce a host of new ones such as Boris Johnson, Gary Barlow and Adrian Chiles.
Alistair is perhaps best known for his BAFTA award-winning TV series The Big Impression, in which he and comedy partner Ronni Ancona impersonated a range of celebrities, including tabloid favourites "Posh and Becks".
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He is also a highly acclaimed actor whose theatre work includes Little Shop of Horrors for which he received an Olivier nomination; Merry Wives: The Musical; Cabaret; and Measure For Measure.
On TV he starred in BBC's Bleak House and Mayo, took part in Who Do You Think You Are, and has been a guest host on Have I Got News For You.
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Tickets are �15. For more information or to book, telephone the theatre box office on (01271) 324242 or visit www.northdevontheatres.org