Wireless Wise

Storyhouse, Chester
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Wireless Wise brings together a remarkable group of seasoned radio pros for a celebration of BBC Radio in an unforgettable evening of comedy, music and nostalgia. Together, these presenters have appeared on the airwaves for over two centuries. Join Garry Richardson, Charlotte Greene, Alistair McGowan, the Reverend Richard Coles and special guests as they reminisce with a show packed with hilarious anecdotes, sketches and music.

Please note that the artists appearing may be subject to change.

Featuring

Alistair McGowan

Alistair McGowan appearing at this event

The nation's favourite impressionist, also known for his brilliant stand-up and acting. McGowan is best known for his work with Ronni Ancona on The Big Impression (formerly Alistair McGowan's Big Impression), which spawned his culturally popular impressions of David Beckham, Sven-Goran Eriksson, Gary Lineker, Richard Madeley, Tony Blair, Ross Geller (Friends) and Dot Cotton (EastEnders). His one-man stand-up shows are also critically acclaimed. "Wickedly funny mimicry" - Sunday Mirror. "Even if Alistair McGowan wasn't an impressionist and stuck simply to stand-up gaggery, he'd surely be one of the best comics on the circuit. As it is, he gives us a double layer of excellence" - This Is Nottingham

See 8 tour dates featuring Alistair McGowan

Rev. Richard Coles

Rev. Richard Coles appearing at this event

A multi-instrumentalist who partnered Jimmy Somerville in the 1980s band The Communards - achieving three Top Ten hits, including the biggest selling hit of 1986 Don't Leave Me This Way - Richard subsequently left the pop world to train for a priesthood in the Church of England, becoming what can only be described as a thoroughly modern vicar.

See 2 tour dates featuring Rev. Richard Coles

Also Appearing

Garry Richardson, Charlotte Greene

Storyhouse

  • Hunter Street
  • Chester
  • CH1 2AR
Website:
storyhouse.com
Phone:
0844 815 7202
Disabled Booking:
0844 815 7202

Storyhouse image © Mark Carline 2015