More surprise guests joining JOHN CLEESE for this ONE TIME ONLY fabulous evening of Dark Humour, Dark Arts and Tabloid Confessions

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More surprise guests joining JOHN CLEESE for this ONE TIME ONLY fabulous evening of Dark Humour, Dark Arts and Tabloid Confessions

*  GLENN MULCAIRE, the infamous (but reformed) phone hacker will demonstrate how he can read your mind from your phone
* DAN EVANS and GRAHAM JOHNSON will reveal their comic but horrific tabloid confessions from News of the World and the Sun on Sunday
* They will be joined (for the first time ever) by the BROADSHEET BLAGGER, the legendary Phantom of Fleet Street
* PETER STRAKER, darling of Stratford East and currently enthroned as the ACID QUEEN will startle and enthral you

BOOK NOW for one night only at Stratford East, 6pm SundayDecember 3rd

 

 

The Byline Festival Benefit Show With John Cleese and Friends - o

The Byline Festival Benefit Show With John Cleese and Friends

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The Byline Festival Benefit Show With John Cleese and Friends - one night only!

John Cleese will bring his latest show, a conversation about his life and work; aided and abetted by special guests including comedian Hardeep Singh Kohli, poet Salena Godden, actress Frances Barber, actress and TV Presenter Lisa Maxwell, comedienne Julia Streets, writer and comedian Jonnie Bayfield  and more to be announced!

BOOK HERE FOR TICKETS

Followed by Tabloid Confessions performed by two of the most intrepid former tabloid journalists and Byline Investigators: Graham Johnson and Dan Evans, who will lift the lid on some of the most scandalous episodes on the history of the Red Tops. With a quick reprise of the Bad Press Awards 2017, this will be a unique and memorable evening to remember.

Prepared to be entertained, shocked and inspired in a night of Byline Festival fun.

Standard Ticket - £30
Standard Ticket AND Byline Festival 2018 Ticket - £70 (select on drop-down when booking)

All profits will support the 2018 Byline Festival, a festival for independent journalism, free speech, comedy and music from 24-27 August at Pippingford Park, Ashdown Forest.