‘4 Poofs & A Piano’ bring new line-up to Hove

Graham Robson March 15, 2013

4 Poofs & A Piano

4 Poofs & A Piano, the former house band from the Jonathan Ross Show, will be performing at The Old Market, Brighton on Saturday, April 13 at 7.30pm.

Camp and naughty, the show features original comedy songs, musical parodies, pop standards, dance, physical comedy and light-hearted banter.

Original member Big Dave Wickenden, who is Brighton born and bred and now sings in the Brighton Gay Men’s Choir joins a new line-up including fellow Brightonian, Graeme Clark, whose alter-ego Connie Conway is renowned on the Brighton drag circuit and two other ‘poofs’ the legendary pianist, Bobby Crush and Ian Lilley for this high-octane show, which promises to be Bigger, Louder, Harder & Longer!

Tickets: £15/£12 concs
There is a group booking deal available.  Buy 10 tickets and you get them for £12 rather than £15!
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