Tuesday 09 June 1998
Cosmic Comedy Club, London W6 (0171-381 2006)
To no one's surprise, Steve Coogan (right) last month picked up a Bafta for his exquisite performance as Alan Partridge, the former TV chat show host trapped in travel-lodge hell. In Coogan's first live show for some years, Partridge is joined on stage by the comedian's other deathless inventions, the endlessly student-hating "bag'o'shite" Mancunian yob, Paul Calf, and his slapper of a sister, Pauline, and the slimy Latino Lothario singer, Tony Ferrino.
North Wales Theatre, Llandudno (01492 872000)
There’s revolution in the air, but one lady’s not for turningTV
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