Laughter not only provides a full-scale workout for your muscles, it unleashes a rush of stress-busting endorphins.
These, in turn, strengthen your immune system, boost your energy, diminish pain, and protect you from the damaging effects of stress.
Well you’ll certainly get a rush of endorphins when Jethro is on stage at the Congress Theatre in Eastbourne on Wednesday, November 29, the show starting at 7.30pm.
Always slightly on the edge, Jethro’s fruity Cornish humour is the perfect remedy to cheer everyone into cachinnation.
Turning everyday events into farcical stories, embellished into hilarity with his trademark west country dialect.
Tales told with such effortless rhythm, timing and charm that it just melts all seriousness into pure laughter. The perfect anecdote to everyone’s day.
After leaving school, Jethro was apprenticed as a carpenter and then worked as a timber-man in a tin mine.
However, aged eighteen, he joined the St. Just and District Operatic Society and, in addition to his bass voice, locals found he had a talent to make an audience laugh.
He began visiting the pubs of Cornwall to sing and joke and was quickly hailed as Cornwall’s top comic.
This show contains adult humour and is suitable for ages 15+.