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Friday, 25 September, 2020

Fake News, updated and remixed for a post-Corona world with Jonathan Pie

Jonathan Pie’s critically acclaimed sell out show FAKE NEWS finally returns, updated and remixed for a post-Corona world. His live show arrives in Blackburn at King George’s Hall on Saturday 29th May 2021 and tickets are on sale now.

After months stuck in LOCKDOWN, Jonathan Pie returns to the road to discuss how corona has changed the world… and his career prospects.

Jonathan Pie is the exasperated news reporter whose videos have been seen across the world. With over 1.5 million Facebook followers, his online videos regularly achieve millions of views going viral internationally. 

Described as ‘brilliant, brave, raw and analytical without forgetting to be funny’ by Ricky Gervais.  

His three live shows have sold out venues such as the Hammersmith Apollo and the London Palladium and have been performed across the US and Australia too.

“Brings the audience to their feet – hilarious”
Chortle

“Smarter, sharper, angrier and more opinionated than anything George Alagiah will give you”
The Times

“a true tour de force”
Evening Standard

Tickets for Fake News (The Corona Remix) are on sale now from the usual outlets.

EVENT DETAILS

VENUE: King George’s Hall, Northgate, Blackburn, Lancashire. BB2 1AA
DATE: Saturday 29th May 2021 TIME: 7.30pm
TICKET PRICES: From £21 (A transaction fee will be charged per booking.)

BOOKING INFORMATION

Tickets are available:
Online: kinggeorgeshall.com
By Phone: 01254 582579

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