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Geoff Norcott: Comedian takes to the stage at Peterborough's Key Theatre

Comedian Geoff Norcott's 'Taking Liberties' tour has doubled in size, with 25 new dates added for 2020.

That includes a date at Peterborough's Key Theatre on Saturday, March 14, at 7.45pm - but tickets are selling fast.

The star has appeared in Live At The Apollo, Mock The Week and The Mash Report. His BBC Two documentary 'How The Middle Class Ruined Britain' aired to great acclaim and he can regularly be seen 'putting the cat amongst the pigeons' on political debate shows including All Out Politics, This Week, Daily Politics, Question Time and Politics Live.

Comedian Geoff Norcott. (23933643)
Comedian Geoff Norcott. (23933643)

He was also the winner of Best Comedy at the BBC Radio and Music Awards.

Beyond left/right party politics and Brexit, Geoff says he has realised the main thing that motivates his political persuasion is that he hates being told what to do. Whether it's Eurocrats, ministers, cultural icons or his wife of 15 years, Geoff just can't stand anyone having power over him, his publicity material explains.

Tickets for what is promised to be a 'very funny' show can be booked with the Key Theatre on 01733 207239 or via the theatre's website at www.vivacity.org


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