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Roger Monkhouse and Sol Bernstein are Custard’s Double February headliners at Comberton

When a legend reaches a certain point in their career, it’s time to ease up on doing legendary things and reflect on an exemplary life. Sol Bernstein has reached that point, and he invites us to listen to his tales of the high life with the biggest names in showbiz, musings on how the world has changed, and being just an ordinary Jew with world-beating wit, unbounded talent and death-defying chutzpah. "One part Alf Garnett, two parts Mel Brooks and three parts like nothing you’ve ever heard" The Guardian. His co headliner is Roger Monkhouse, one of the most original and distinctive acts on the comedy scene. A consummate stand-up who employs a deadly combination of charm and menace. "An almost indecent supply of talent" Time Out. The pair are supported by Rob Coleman - "Very strong and extremely funny ...a naturally funny man." Bedfordshire News. and the MC is Hayley Ellis “Perkily engaging” The Scotsman.

Roger Monkhouse at Comberton Sports and Arts, Friday, February 10th. 8.15. Over 18s only. Tickets £5.50 (Earlybird) or £8.00 online, otherwise £8 in advance (£6 concs) by phone or in person, or £10 (£8 concs) on the door. Available from Comberton Sports and Arts reception 01223 264444 or online from www.wegottickets.com/event/384551

Comberton Sports and Arts Cambridgeshire CB23 7DU

Friday 10 Feb 2017

Contact telephone: 01223 264 444
Call to check latest times or cancellations.

www.custardcomedy.co.uk/comberton

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