‘So a comedian walks into a Church...’...
‘So a comedian walks into a Church...’
As part of the newly-launched arts programme, St Edmundsbury Cathedral, Bury St Edmunds, is pleased to host an evening of comedy on Thursday 17 October.
Paul Kerensa presents a one-man show called ‘So a Comedian Walks into a Church – Confessions of a Kneel-down Stand Up’, which begins at 7.30 pm. Tickets priced £10, can be obtained from www.stedscathedral.co.uk/whats-on
Based on his book of the same title, ‘So a Comedian Walks Into a Church …’ is the hilarious diary of Paul’s unusual life. Behind the gags, the audience will learn some valuable lessons about how they present themselves to strangers. Paul will be signing copies of his book after the performance.
Paul has been on the writing teams for Miranda and Not Going Out. As a stand-up comedian he tours the country, has won ITV1’s Take The Mike Award, and was a finalist in the BBC New Comedy Awards and the Daily Telegraph Open Mic Awards.
‘This is a first for the Cathedral,’ comments Sharron Stowe, Cathedral Arts Co-ordinator. ‘We hope to introduce new people to the Cathedral and its role as one of the town’s arts venues.’