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One Man,Two Guvnors Birmingham Hippodrome YOU half expect a health and safety official to appear on stage at the final curtain of this hilarious comedy and warn: 'Don't try any of these stunts at home'.
What's On has teamed up with show organisers to offer two Gazette readers the chance to win a pair of tickets each to Al's One Man, One Guvnor show at the Town Hall on Tuesday November 10.
Recommendations Buy A Strauss series ton-ups 1pt at 33 (Sporting) Buy The Guvnor 1pt at 30 (Cantor)
Tickets go on sale on Friday morning for One Man, One Guvnor which heads north on Tuesday, November 10.
BRITAIN'S James Corden was hailed the new Guvnor of Broadway yesterday after a sensational debut.
Names on the bill will include The Guvnor, Masked Destroyer, RIP, Rock n Roll Express, Road Warrior and The Michigan Assassin.
The smallminded guvnor will "interview" his favourite stars while offering them 'common sense' advice, he'll mercilessly pick on the audience, and a major music act with be "allowed" to play a recent hit, as long as they finish the show with a Queen song as it's the landlord's favourite band.
Andrew Flintoff is likely to see support in Cantor's The Guvnor market.
The decks were manned by ace DJs such as Len Faki, Michael Mayer and hip hop guvnor J-Rocc, topped by an early evening live set from Detroit J-ROCC Guvnor techno overlords Underground Resistance more than made up for it.
Conditional jockey Daniel Swan was banned for two days (February 21-22) for irresponsible riding of a minor nature after his mount Le Guvnor was found to have interfered with Nailbiter on the home turn.
FORMATIVE YEARS: For the first four years of his life, the Guvnor played by the roaring blue gas fire in the snug bar, crawling around the floor between the legs of the bar stools, with a whippet and a greyhound, Princess and Lightning, and on occasion was heard to call the dogs Mummy and Daddy.
The pressure is mounting on the Guvnor after six straight defeats have dumped Rovers into the drop zone and left jumpy fans demanding urgent action.
Aviator (Edward Hide) wins the second juvenile heat at York by five lengths from The Guvnor (Bill/Richard Marshall).
Sue Garrett, Export Manager for Marshall, also made a statement on behalf of the company: "Words cannot express the sadness that I am feeling today with the loss of my boss, the guvnor 'Jim Marshall' who I have worked for now for almost 23 years.