Last chance to legendary comedian Phil Cool on final ever tour at Frome's Memorial Theatre
For a decade there was only one name on everyone's lips when it came to original and creative comedy. With award winning series and specials for both the BBC and ITV, Phil Cool and his legendary rubber face was the toast of television. Programmers, directors and producers vied for his signature and acceptance. Today's top comics remember Cool It and Cool Head as series that changed their own lives. Alistair McGowan says that it was Phil who "most inspired me to do impressions" while Jon Culshaw recollects that "Cool It was unmissable. On so many occasions Phil was the reason I missed doing my A level homework."
Now, after forty years in the entertainment business, Phil has decided to tour for just one last time.
Culminating in June, Phil Cool's Final Curtain Tour will be the last opportunity for the British public to witness the extraordinary ability of the world's only stand up chameleon. Never again will the master of Faceology be seen in front of a live audience. The tour will take in the length and breadth of the United Kingdom and will include many of the venues that he toured at the beginning of his career.
The Phil Cool of today may be older than his 1980s counterpart but he still possesses the same extraordinary ability to change, in front of your eyes and without the assistance of make-up, from Bill Clinton to George Bush to Tony Blair to Gordon Brown to Bugs Bunny to a multitude of other familiar characters. His observations, anecdotes, sketches and songs are timeless, priceless and most of all hilarious.
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Retirement from touring doesn't mean the end of his career however. Phil is busy putting the finishing touches to his autobiography and has just finished recording a series of children's stories as audio books. He will still be heard as the occasional voice-over and a children's book and video based upon his poem The Ghost Ship will be out in the latter part of 2013.
But for your last chance to experience Phil's extraordinary face live and to laugh out loud to his wonderful, off the wall sense of humour, grab a ticket to his show – you will regret it if you don't!
Catch him on June 1 at Frome's Memorial Theatre