Namedroppers with Joel Sanders presents Bob Mills

Tuesday 29 November

Backyard Comedy Club

Live conversation with the man who brought Muggy Bonehead to the masses


20:00 – 22:45
Backyard Comedy Club231 Cambridge Heath Road
London E2 0EL
Bob Mills is one of those rare, larger than life characters who brightens up a room just by walking into it & he's as sharp today as he was in the 1980's when he first made his name on 'In Bed With Medinna' - his first cult TV show, widely credited nowadays with having given birth to the clip show format.

Perhaps you've watched Bob perform live. Maybe you've listened to him on Talk Sport or his current Talk Radio show - Tragedy Plus Time. You might have seen one of his interviews with
icons such as Eric Clapton or Morrissey, or remember his days as the host of 'Win Lose or Draw.'

But I'll bet you didn't know he was working full time with Michael Barrymore at the time of the swimming pool incident.....

Namedroppers hosted a night with Bob last year which was so fascinating that we're doing
it again. You can bring your own questions too. It's this coming Tuesday at 8 pm at The Backyard Comedy Club in Bethnal Green.

With over 3 decades of experience in TV, radio and live entertainment, he remains amongst the funniest and most charismatic personalities around.

Only a Muggy Bonehead would miss it.

THIS is Bob Mills:



This is Muggy Bonehead:



And THIS is Namedroppers.


 
quoteslee quoteYour host, Joel Sanders, has spent 30 years as a comedy obsessive, promoter & performer.

In Namedroppers, Joel probes the minds of his favourite comedians…. and invites you to pose your own questions too. These shows are not created for broadcast and, consequently, you’ll get to see what our guests are really like – unguarded & uncensored.

Recent Namedroppers subjects include Harry Hill, Reginald D Hunter, Milton Jones, Matt Lucas, Jim Davidson, Paul Chowdhry, Bobby Davro & Sir Barry Cryer.

If you have a passion for comedy, these compelling events were designed with you in mind. Nothing quite like this is happening in comedy today.
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