4 Poofs and a Piano in Rugby

By IH Friday 14 December 2012 Updated: 14/12 10:14

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4 POOFS and a Piano are heading for Rugby's Benn Hall.

They made their name during a nine year tenure as the house band on the Jonathan Ross Show.

Bringing their Bigger, Harder, Louder, Longer show to town on March 22 will be original member Big Dave Wickenden, and joined by Graeme Clark, Ian Lilley, and for a limited period, the new pianist is the legendary Bobby Crush.

The Poofkateers - delivering comedy songs, musical parodies, and pop standards - will be joined on Friday March 22 by Big Dave, famed for legendary dance moves that have made him an icon to plus size gays everywhere.

Tickets, priced £15 (£12), are available by calling the box office on 01788 541516.

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