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Comedy Lounge: Duggie Brown

18/11/2018 Start Time: 19:00 £15.00

Duggie Brown is best known as one of the regular comics in Granada's popular television series ''The Comedians'' (1971-1993). Due to his success with the show, Brown became a well-known television personality, and was seen on many popular shows of the day including the BBC's ''Stars and Garters''. 

All no with comedy Duggie has become a recognisable face on our T.V through acting. Brown's acting career began with an appearance in the Ken Loach award-winning film ''Kes'' (1969). Numerous roles followed in standout television plays, including Jack Rosenthal's BAFTA-nominated drama ''Another Sunday and Sweet F.A.' (1972), Colin Welland's ''Leeds United'' (1974) and ''The Price of Coal'' (1977), written by Barry Hines and directed by Ken Loach. Brown has starred in various television series, notably as Phil Strong in the BBC's detective drama ''The Enigma Files'' (1980). He was also the "Captain" of the Saturday morning children's series "The Mersey Pirate" (1979).

Over the years, Brown has regularly appeared as a guest character in established TV shows, including ''Crown Court', All Creatures Great and Small', Minder, Last of the Summer Wine, Peak Practice, EastEnders,Heartbeat, and Hotel Babylon. Brown briefly joined the cast of Channel 4's soap opera Brookside as Ray Piper and played George Freeman in Coronation Street. 

The Comedy Lounge is Hull’s only established comedy club, have a fantastic time and opportunity to see some of the British comedy circuit’s premier acts, with faces you may recognise of the television and side-splitting hilarity always provided by four fantastic comedy act.

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