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Perrier Best Newcomer Nominated, Multi-Award Winning Comedian Tim FitzHigham visit Shrewsbury & Bridgnorth

Perrier Best Newcomer Nominated, Multi-Award Winning Comedian Tim FitzHigham visit Shrewsbury & Bridgnorth To commemorate the 400th anniversary of the death of Shakespeare, join multi award-winning comedian Tim FitzHigham for wild Morris dancing, near death, arrest and injury as he takes on the challenge of the greatest stand up comedian in history - Will Kempe.

Perrier Best Newcomer Nominated, Multi-Award Winning Comedian Tim FitzHigham – the other one in Maxwell’s Fullmooners – has written a book, been in a film with Anthony Hopkins and undertaken many awe inspiring, death defying, artistically questionable, feats of endurance and largely pointless quests – mainly because he doesn’t get out much – come and hear about the latest...

In 1600 the greatest comedian in the world and the greatest playwright in history had a big fight. What happened next is the stuff of legend...

Will Kempe the comedian and William Shakespeare the writer fell out over Kemp's ideas for a comedy part in Hamlet. To show Shakespeare the true nature of comedy Kempe walked out of his office in the Globe and Morris danced from London to Norwich in nine days!

‘Gut bustingly funny’ The Scotsman

‘Inspirational’ Time Out

‘A National Treasure’ Chortle.com

‘The Hidden gem of the Fringe’ The Observer

‘Like a valuable old coin’ Andrew Maxwell

'The fragile spirit of British eccentricity lies in the horned hands of this idiot. God help us!' Suggs

'Tim FitzHigham only exists because PG Wodehouse didn't invent him first' Dave Gorman 'Many people have foolish adventures few make them so consistently hilarious, all in all the perfect British Eccentric' Dara O'Briain

'A very, very brave man…keeping the art of British eccentricity well and truly alive' Sir Ranulph Fiennes

‘FitzHigham I salute you’ Richard Hammond

‘Tim FitzHigham is completely unhinged, he is completely without hinges’ Eddie Izzard

Performances take place at St Leonard's Church, Bridgnorth or 23rd September 2016 at 7pm, and at St Mary's Church, Shrewsbury on 24th September 2016 at 7pm. For details and tickets please visit www.visitchurches.org.uk

 

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