Milton Jones and Guiness World Records at the Alban Arena
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COMEDIAN Milton Jones stops off On the Road at the Alban Arena next week for two performances – one of which has sold out already.
Tickets still remain for his appearance next Tuesday, January 22, as part of his On the Road tour.
A former Perrier Best Newcomer and Perrier Nominee, he has also won a Sony Award for his radio show the Very World of Milton Jones. He is also the current Chortle website Headliner of the Year and in 2012 Another Case of Milton Jones won the silver Sony Radio Academy Award.
A regular on Mock the Week and Live at the Apollo, he has appeared in nine series for Radio Four.
Tickets for the show, which starts at 8pm, are £20, available from the box office on 01727 844488 or online at www.alban-arena.co.uk
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2013 commemorates 30 years since the death of Billy Fury but his name and music lives on in the show which comes to the Arena at 7.30pm next Saturday, January 26.
The Billy Fury Years has been hailed by the Billy Fury fan base as “the best Fury since Fury”.
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