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02/12/2020

Joe Pasquale makes welcome return


Fun and laughter will be the name of the game on Joe Pasquale’s 2011 PULL MY FINGER tour. Having recently completed the Virgin London Marathon in aid of Diabetes UK, the irrepressible Joe Pasquale will be embarking on another marathon this year with 20 dates confirmed in holiday towns during July and August including The Spa Pavilion Theatre, Felixstowe on Friday 26th August.

Joe is on a personal mission to cheer everyone up and put a smile on people’s faces in these dark and dismal times, and his PULL MY FINGER show will do just that! Packed with hilarious routines, performed at breakneck pace, and a cacophony of props, PULL MY FINGER will also feature Joe’s hapless sidekick Raynard who often appears in various forms of ‘discreet undress’. Packed with fun for all the family, PULL MY FINGER will have them laughing in the aisles and hopefully with the non-stop laughter; the only gaseous emissions during the show will be carbon dioxide!

Following his ESP tour in 2010 and Pantomime appearance as Muddles in Sleeping Beauty at the Birmingham Hippodrome, Joe has spent the best part of 2011 getting in shape for what was one of the biggest challenges of his life. Being crowned King of the Jungle in 2004 has had a cathartic effect on his lifestyle and has seen him go on to overcome a deep-seated fear of flying and qualify as a pilot; fulfil a lifetime ambition to revisit his education and start studying with the Open University for a Degree in Geoscience; take up boxing and then take up the challenge to compete in the Virgin London Marathon. The experience was fantastic and Joe completed the course in 5 hours 22 minutes – no mean achievement for a man whose only experience of running had been from one side of the stage to the other during his action-packed performances.

So, why not let Joe Pasquale pull your finger this year! www.joepasquale.com

You can read an exclusive interview with Joe in the August issue of Ipswich24 magazine.

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