Free until famous!

13:35 16 January 2014

coming to Exmouth

coming to Exmouth

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After a storming evening of FREE comedy, Lewis Schaffer is back by popular demand at the Exmouth Pavilion on Saturday, February 8.

As we saw in 2013 all you do is pay Lewis what you think he is worth!

Tickets are free but there is a collection on the door. Telephone the box office on 01395 222477 to get your free entry ticket.

Lewis Schaffer: The First FREE Comedy Tour, Lewis Schaffer, the star of the longest-running solo comedy show in London; Lewis Schaffer is Free until famous. “I’m doing this free show until I become famous. This is my 20th year. Famous comics don’t need to try a free tour; and bad comics couldn’t pull it off, if it can be pulled off at all. Actually, I don’t think there are comics better than I am, I just say that because English people like self-deprecation.”

“Lee Mack actually suggested I take my show on tour. I know: you don’t think Lee Mack knows me but he does! I am not saying he likes me but he knows me.”

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