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Last Of McGuinness UK Screenings in May.


Chris Brooker

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Eros Comedy presents...

 

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Nigel McGuinness, former TNA and Ring Of Honor star, brings his acclaimed documentary 'The Last Of McGuinness' on a special tour of the UK. On each of the five nights Nigel will present a special preview of an all-new film festival edit and then follow it up with an exclusive live Q&A. There will also be a meet & greet with a chance to get an autograph and a photo with the man himself.

 

All the information is available at the Eros Comedy website. Be sure to visit regularly and follow @ErosComedy on Twitter for all the latest information for this and other upcoming events.

 

Sunday 26th May – The Comedy Store, Manchester

Monday 27th May – The Classic Grand, Glasgow

Tuesday 28th May – The Stand, Newcastle Upon Tyne

Wednesday 29th May – The Glee Club, Birmingham

Thursday 30th May – The Garage, London

Monday 3rd June – The Empire, Belfast

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Would take two tickets for this in Glasgow. Hopes for somewhere like the GFT for film purposes.

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Tempted to go to the London one. Is there a website, or are you behind this Chris Booker?

 

Yep, we're running it at Eros Comedy. No website at the moment but you can follow us at @eroscomedy and there's a Facebook page too. We'll put all the latest information up there in the first instance.

 

What's Eros Comedy exactly? Pardon the ignorance. Is it the group who brought in Foley for his stand up dates? Is it an Alex Shane venture?

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Tempted to go to the London one. Is there a website, or are you behind this Chris Booker?

 

Yep, we're running it at Eros Comedy. No website at the moment but you can follow us at @eroscomedy and there's a Facebook page too. We'll put all the latest information up there in the first instance.

 

What's Eros Comedy exactly? Pardon the ignorance. Is it the group who brought in Foley for his stand up dates? Is it an Alex Shane venture?

 

We brought Mick over for his first two tours, we organised the 'Audience With A Wrestling Villain' show with William Regal in Birmingham and we're behind this particular venture too. No specific affiliation with Alex or anyone else in British wrestling. We also book live comedy events and stand up. Still three tickets left for a show in Plymouth on Saturday if you're in the area. ;)

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