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Hometown gig by Chorley comedian Phil Cool
11:12am Tuesday 27th November 2012 in What's on in Lancashire
Chorley comedian Phil Cool will play a hometown gig during his last ever tour.
The rubber-faced funnyman, who has been in the business for more than 40 years, will be saying farewell to audiences in a show full of jokes, songs and stories.
Phil will be at the Little Theatre on Friday, May 24, 2013 at 7.30pm.
Without doubt Phil Cool is one of the country's finest and most original comedians and impressionists. Holding a degree in 'Faceology' he is legendary for his facial contortion expertise.
A stand-up chameleon, he punctuates his show with a wealth of hilarious anecdotes, observations and routines that make him as funny and unique today as he was during the 80s. Phil's two-hour live show is constantly updated with new material, making him a truly satirical genius.
Tickets cost £15 from Malcolm's Musicland, Chapel Street, Chorley, 01257 264362.
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