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Stars of TV’s Storage Hunters heading to Ipswich Corn Exchange

PUBLISHED: 07:26 10 September 2017 | UPDATED: 07:26 10 September 2017

Storage Hunters is coming to the Ipswich Corn Exchange.

Storage Hunters is coming to the Ipswich Corn Exchange.

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The hit television show Storage Hunters is coming to the Corn Exchange in Ipswich next month.

Sean Kelly, the fast-talking star of the show will be lifting the lid on his extraordinary life in “The Stars of Storage Hunters” on Sunday 1st October at 8pm, Sean will be joined by his wacky colleagues T-Money and Green Mile.

Sean has done everything from holding top secret military clearance, serving a combat tour in Iraq, catching shoplifters as an undercover store detective in Italy and travelling all over the world.

The show will end with an auction finale and customers are invited to bring along a cheeky item from home to go under the hammer. All proceeds will go to Help For Heroes.

This is the first time the stars of Storage Hunters have been on stage together in the UK. Tickets at £23 are on sale now at www.ipswichregent.com by telephone on 01473 433100 or in person at the TIC in St Stephen’s Church.

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