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Boom Boom! It’s foxy fun with the legendary Basil Brush!...

Britain's most loveable fox is back on the road along with his TV chum Mr Stephen (aka Chris Pizzey) and you can see and meet him at The Apex this Easter!

 

Basil Brush is a star with an outstanding ability to entertain and make people of all ages laugh and smile. He’s cheeky, irreverent, charming, naughty, quick-witted, scheming and foxy, but at the same time he’s kind, caring and affectionate.

 

Basil has celebrated over 50 years in entertainment and The Basil Brush Show on BBC TV has been seen by millions of viewers all over the globe from 1968 through to today. The show was BAFTA nominated and voted best comedy show on TV.

 

Basil and Mr Stephen will take you on a journey of laughs, storytelling and song in a brand new specially written live stage show packed with fun and excitement.

 

Come and join in the mayhem, while Mr Stephen is continually interrupted by naughty uncontrollable Basil!!

 

This show is suitable for all the family and you’ll also be able to meet Basil and Mr Stephen after the show. The show is at The Apex on Thursday 9 April at 11am and 2.30pm. Tickets are £14 for adults and £12 concessions. There is also a family ticket for £42. Ring the box office on 01284 758000 or see www.theapex.co.uk for more information, or to book.

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