Founder member of The Flying Pickets, the hilarious Mervyn Stutter has worked on Radio, TV, in Theatre and Cabaret and knows how to tell stories and sing songs, poke fun at himself and at the Baby Boomer generation. He makes people laugh a lot and reflect on their lives.
The Sixties generation is a huge social group that refuses to grow old gracefully. When Mervyn turned 45, he created the highly successful Rock and Roll comedy series called “Love 40 – New Balls Please” which ran for three series on Radio Two. Mervyn continues to mine this rich vein of humour in a slick, hilarious performance that never fails to win over his audience. Mervyn’s sometimes wicked but always affectionate humour brings warmth and joy to anyone who is happy to laugh both at his life and their own. “The Comedy Voice of the Baby Boom Generation!” – The Daily Telegraph “He is brilliant!” – The Guardian.
Doors open 7.30pm. Show starts 8pm. Adults £8. Children (over 12 only) and students £6.50. Booking recommended. More details on the Littlehempston website.
This event will actually take place in the Community Space – St John’s Church which has been cleverly adapted so that it can be used for much more than just Church services. The Community Space is just along the road from the Tally Ho.
Perhaps you’d like to drop into the Tally Ho before or after Mervyn Stutter?