Win FREE tickets to see Joe Pasquale’s new stand-up show

PUBLISHED: 08:58 29 July 2017

Joe Pasquale will be in Weston on August 8.

Joe Pasquale will be in Weston on August 8.

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One of the most recognisable faces – and voices – on the UK comedy circuit will be performing at the Playhouse in the next few weeks.

Joe Pasquale: The Devil In Disguise will be held at the Weston theatre in early August, and the Mercury has tickets to the show to give away.

Joe will bare all in this latest stand-up routine as he shows off his good side, bad side, and alas his backside, in this new tour.

A show spokesman said: “He’s been away searching for the fabled ancient merkin (Google it) of Macedonia, once owned by Genghis Khan’s Nan (Maud), who used to wear it for special occasions, but only if she was going to Lidl on the way home.

“Witness Joe explain the mysteries of why the four horseman of the apocalypse will be arriving on my little ponies, and what Action Man held with those gripping hands... it’ll be a show you wont forget in a hurry, well... at least 40 minutes.”

Joe, who turns 56 next month, is no stranger to the limelight having performed in front of big crowds right across the country.

He has also appeared on several reality television shows too, including Dancing On Ice. However, his stint on I’m A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! is one of the things he is most remembered for, having won the fourth series 13 years ago.

Joe will be at the Playhouse on August 8 at 7.30pm.

Tickets, priced £20, are available from the box office on 01934 645544 or www.theplayhouse.co.uk

* The Mercury has teamed up with The Playhouse to offer two lucky readers a pair of tickets to the show.

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