Top wit from Tarby

PUBLISHED: 12:25 13 July 2006 | UPDATED: 09:36 24 May 2010

A TOP television comic will be delivering his unique brand of comedy in Weston later this month. Jimmy Tarbuck OBE will be appearing for one night only at The Playhouse on July 25

A TOP television comic will be delivering his unique brand of comedy in Weston later this month.Jimmy Tarbuck OBE will be appearing for one night only at The Playhouse on July 25.A shining career in the comedy spotlight means Tarbuck is always in demand to perform on stage as he is always at his best in front of a live audience.During his visit to Weston he will be sharing anecdotes with the audience and demonstrating his quick-fire wit in a performance that promises comedy for grown-ups, not adult comedy.Throughout his 40-year career he has hosted shows such as Tarby and Friends, The Jimmy Tarbuck Show and Winner Takes All and he was awarded the OBE in 1994 for his services to showbusiness and charity.Tickets, priced £15-£17.50, are available from the box office on 01934 645544.

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