Date: Saturday 8th April 2017
Kernow King's Greatest Hits !
It’s hard to believe that the Kernow King has been touring Cornwall and beyond for over six years with three smash hit shows- “Wonders of the Cornish Universe”, “Splann!” and “Minority Rapport”. Not to mention two Christmas shows and the award winning “Trevithick!”.
Taking in glorious sights such Sydney, Glastonbury, Adelaide, Manchester, London (Apprentice), Roche and many more villages, towns and cities in between. All have welcomed the humble King in to their communities.
But now the time has come to rap up the last six years of performing, and what better way to do it than to tour our fair nation of Cornwall with Kernow King’s “Greatest Hits”.
“We’ve had some good nights, eh?” says the King, “and some less good ones”. Heckled to the point of the police being called at the Hall for Cornwall, fights up Bugle, homesick in Plymouth and opening for Jools Holland in Ludlow, England in front of 6,000 people where KK barely raised a titter.
Join us for a night of laughs with the best bits and some new bits!
Early booking strongly advised, this show will sell out quickly!
NB There is No Licensed Bar available tonight. You're welcome to Bring Your Own Bottles
Sorry but tonight's Show is now Sold Out. Kernow King's next show in the area is at Callington on Friday 28th April
Tickets in advance :
Standard : £12.00
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Cornwall's most popular comedian is currently touring with his sell-out show
'Kernow King's Greatest Hits !'
Booking now open for
Debut performances of
Kernow King's 'The Cornish Caretakers'
Royal Cornwall Museum