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Vrijdag 22 januari 2016 —
A few months ago, John Cleese announced his shows in Antwerp and Brussels. They sold out in the blink of an eye, as aspected. Now the founding father of (British) comedy has decided to grace Ghent with an extra show. So now: you’re very last chance to see him live!
Best known for his idiosyncratic turns in Monty Python’s Flying Circus and Fawlty Towers, John Cleese will bring his unique comedic perspective to audiences across Belgium for the very first time in his impressive career. And Cleese has even more to show for himself than his contributions to the above-mentioned cultseries. Actor, Emmy-(award)-receiver, writer of many film and tv-scripts, charity worker, speeching across the globe and teaching at Cornell about creativity and even (co)-writer of two best selling books on psychology (‘Families and How to Survive Them’ and ‘Life and How to Survive It’).
John’s best-selling memoir, ‘So, Anyway’, published in 2014, and is packed with hilarious anecdotes about his colourful life and career, which spans more than 50 years. Now audiences will have the opportunity to hear these stories and others, up close and personal, from the legend himself. And what’s more: the second half of the show includes a Q&A, where audience members can put their questions to the man behind the legend, live on stage.
Make sure not to miss this unique (and maybe last?) opportunity to see one of comedy’s founding fathers on the stage of Capitole Ghent! 4th of May at 20:00h in Capitole Ghent. Tickets are available immediately. More info: www.livecomedy.be