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Ken Dodd and his tickling sticks
Ken Dodd and his tickling sticks

Ken Dodd Happiness Show

The man with the manic hairstyle, protruding teeth and tickling stick comes to Malvern in July...

The Ken Dodd Happiness Show
Description:Ken Dodd is appearing in Malvern for a two night run, mid July, with his Happiness show.
Start Date:14/07/2006
Start Time:19:30
End Date:15/07/2006
Prices:adult £17.50
Genres:Community, Performing Arts
Venue Name:Festival Theatre Malvern
Box Office:01684 892277
Fax:01684 893300
Email:bookings@malvern-theatres.co.uk
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The Ken Dodd Happiness Show is visiting Malvern for a two night run at the Festival Theatre on Friday 14 and Saturday 15 July.

This extraordinary comedian hit the big time in 1965 with the longest ever run at the London Palladium, breaking all box office records, and in the 60s Ken entered into the Guinness Book of Records for the longest joke telling session ever, 1,500 jokes in three and a half hours.

Ken sometimes intersperses his comedy with music, having had many hit records, like Tears, Love is Like a Violin and his theme tune Happiness.

Tickets are £17.50, the Box Office number is 01684 892277 and the show starts at 7.30pm.

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