FIRST CALL LAST CALL
Saturday 29 August 1998
Old Vic, London SE1 (0171-928 7616) previews from 12 Oct
Your last chance to secure seats for Steve Coogan's live show at London's Lyceum Theatre from 28 Sept to 10 Oct is fast approaching. Booking is already open and tickets are selling quickly as devotees of Paul and Pauline Calf, Alan Partridge et al clamour to see Coogan's grotesque creations in the flesh. An inspired live performer, with several hit TV series behind him, he should be a good tonic for anyone in need of a dose of comedy to lift their spirits.
Lyceum Theatre, London WC2 (0870 606 34410)
28 Sept to 10 Oct
Game of Thrones
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