High pitched comedy

PUBLISHED: 18:23 26 July 2006 | UPDATED: 09:39 24 May 2010

ONE of the funniest men on the comedy circuit is set to dazzle audiences with an unforgettable evening of unique entertainment. The new show, entitled Joe Pasquale: The Return Of The Love Monkey, celebrates

ONE of the funniest men on the comedy circuit is set to dazzle audiences with an unforgettable evening of unique entertainment.The new show, entitled Joe Pasquale: The Return Of The Love Monkey, celebrates Joe's one-of-a-kind comic mayhem and takes place at The Playhouse, Weston, on August 13.The audience will learn potentially life-changing information as Joe answers the age-old questions such as what do people in China call their best plates and why do people who snore go to sleep first?Pasquale is one of the Britain's favourite comedians and has been compared to such comedy greats as Tommy Cooper. He has featured in four Royal variety performances and has made dozens of television programmes including his own specials for ITV.Joe has recorded four of his own shows on video - Joe Pasquale, Live & Squeaky, Twin Squeaks, The Crazy World of Joe Pasquale and most recently Bubble & Squeak - which earned him a Platinum Retail Performance Award from The British Video Association. His die-hard fans include Frank Skinner, Johnny Vaughan and Des O'Connor.The squeaky-voiced comedian with the larger-than-life talent started work as a garage mechanic, welder and a porter at Smithfield Meat Market before discovering a talent to entertain. His entry into comedy came through working as a green coat at a Warner's Holiday Camp.Joe is now known as that wacky man with the zany props, hysterical one-liners and a funny squeaky voice and also for chasing emus through the Australian Jungle in the hit TV reality series, I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here!, which he won in 2004.The show starts at 7.30pm. Tickets, priced £16.50, are available from the box office on 01934 645544. For more details visit the website www.theplayhouse.co.uk

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