The Madness frontman Suggs takes to the Royal Hippodrome stage next Thursday (May 15) in a hilarious, yet moving, one man tour de force which has been playing to rave reviews.
The death of Suggs’ beloved cat on his 50th birthday triggers a personal quest to discover what happened to the father he never knew.
Stunned by what he learns, Suggs is taken back to his childhood on the tough streets of 1970’s Soho and his first appearance on Top Of The Pops at the age of 18.
Is it a play? Is it stand up comedy? Is it music hall?
Whatever it is, hold on to your seats as Suggs goes on to stumble and plummet through the trap door of failure - then trampoline back up to catch the passing trapeze of show business success.
With musical accompaniment and uncalled for interjection from Deano his loyal manservant/pianist.
This one man show created by the man himself, has toured much of the country to great acclaim and has already been performed at London’s Garrick Theatre where it is set to return a second time later this year.
Suggs is at the Royal Hippodrome Theatre on May 15 at 7.45pm - for one night only, a rare treat for Eastbourne.
Tickets have already been selling fast but some are still available from the box office on 01323 412000 or online at www.royalhippodrome.com