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Griff Rhys Jones to return to Ipswich

PUBLISHED: 16:23 01 October 2018 | UPDATED: 16:58 01 October 2018

Griff Rhys Jones is returning to Ipswich Picture: STEVE ULLATHORNE

Griff Rhys Jones is returning to Ipswich Picture: STEVE ULLATHORNE

Steve Ullathorne

Comedian Griff Rhys Jones is bringing an evening of festive cheer to Suffolk for a good cause.

Have you been to one of Griff Rhys Jones' shows?  Picture: STEVE ULLATHORNEHave you been to one of Griff Rhys Jones' shows? Picture: STEVE ULLATHORNE

The star, who has recently returned from his Australian tour, is set to make crowds laugh in aid of East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH).

The star, who has recently returned from his Australian tour, will be at Ipswich Town FC in aid of East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH).

The star of hit shows such as Alas Smith & Jones and Restoration, Griff will perform a 90 minute set in the Sir Bobby Robson suite on Sunday December 16.

Topics will include voluntary work, royalty, family Christmases past and present, plus Suffolk and Essex.

Griff said: “It’s a time for giving and this will be a wonderful way of helping EACH, right in the heart of Ipswich.”

He also praised the charity describing the work they do as “remarkable, inspired and very difficult.”

Tickets are £29.50 and available online here.

For further information, call 01473 917965 or send an email here.

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