An Evening with Griff Rhys Jones

An Evening with Griff Rhys Jones

16 Dec 2018 18:00 - 16 Dec 2018 21:00
Address
Sir Bobby Robson Suite, Ipswich Town Football Club, Portman Road, Ipswich, IP1 2DA
Contact

Email: treehouseappeal@each.org.uk

Name: Vicky Matthews

Phone: 01473 917962

Griff Rhys Jones Tour image 2018 High Res

Join us for an evening of comedy with Griff Rhys Jones.

Just back from his Australian tour, Griff will be taking stock and getting out some new, old stories. With an entertaining mix of new tales, stand-up and anecdote ready for Christmas and the New Year, Griff will be chatting about Suffolk and Essex, and looking back on voluntary work, Royalty, family Christmases past and present, and holiday seasons.

It's a time for giving and this will be a wonderful way of helping EACH, right in the heart of Ipswich, right on the eve of Christmas.


Tickets:

One Ticket: £​29.50

Includes a welcome reception drink with Canapes.
Additional option: ​VIP Parking £6
Note:
If you have already purchased your ticket and wish to add VIP Parking, please choose ticket option 'I have already bought a ticket' and add the VIP Parking as an additional purchase.

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