Shaggy dog tales and song as Shep returns to Faldingworth

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It has been almost four years since Shep Woolley left the audience at Faldingworth shouting for more, now he’s back.

Since he strummed his sister’s tennis racquet and sang his first George Formby song at the age of 8, music and comedy have never been out of Shep’s life.

He has danced with Liza Minnelli, sung with Matt Munro, strummed with Joe Brown and acted as an Ugly Sister opposite John Challis.

Now 40 years later, he’s still making the rafters ring and creating smiles.

His chat and song introductions are peppered with one-liners and shaggy dog tales

This evening of clean adult entertainment is at Faldingworth Memorial Hall on Sunday May 29.

Doors open at 7pm for a 7.45pm start

Admission is £8; call 01673 843036 or email les@worrall.myzen.co.uk to reserve tickets.