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SUGGS: MY LIFE STORY IN WORDS AND MUSIC

Booking period 1 June 2014

I've just turned 50, the kids have left home, and my cat just died.

In Suggs: My Life Story the Madness frontman takes to the stage in a hilarious, yet moving, one man tour de force playing to rave reviews.

The death of Suggs' beloved cat on his fiftieth birthday triggers a personal quest to discover what happened to the father he never knew. Stunned by what he learns Suggs is taken back to his childhood on the tough streets of 1970's Soho and his first appearance on Top Of The Pops at the age of eighteen...

Is it a play? Is it stand up comedy? Is it Music Hall? Whatever it is hold on to your seats as Suggs goes on to stumble and plummet through the trap door of failure. Then trampoline back up to catch the passing trapeze of show business success!

WITH MUSICAL ACCOMPANIMENT AND UNCALLED FOR INTERJECTION FROM DEANO HIS LOYAL MANSERVANT-CUM-PIANIST

Very funny, and delivered with a sense of timing and phrasing that many common-or-garden comics could learn much from
★ ★ ★ ★

The Daily Telegraph Dominic Cavendish

Suggs has natural comic timing and tells his story with wit and grace in this hugely enjoyable evening
★ ★ ★ ★
The Times Dominic Maxwell

It is impossible not to be charmed by this one man show
★ ★ ★ ★
Time Out Jessica Hayes

Suggs is an effortlessly engaging raconteur
Sunday Independent Simon Price

The charisma of an accomplished actor the timing of a veteran standup
The Guardian Mark Lawson

One of the most original and engaging shows I've seen
The Guardian Mark Lawson

Funny and moving Suggs has made his life story into a great night out
Sunday Independent Simon Price