Rory Bremner in the Engine Bay

Top TV impressionist Rory Bremner will entertain crowds in Cumbria, Lancashire & Yorkshire next month, when he performs at series of special charity gigs to raise money for those affected by flooding over the festive season across theRory Headshot north of England.

Rory will kick off his mini tour ‘COME HELL AND HIGH WATER’ in Penrith, at Eden Arts venue, The Old Fire Station, on 23rd February.

Bremner will star in, and compere a two hour comedic extravaganza, alongside some top UK talent, including Justin Moorhouse and Fred MacAulay.

All proceeds from the Cumbrian gigs with go to Cumbria Community Foundation’s Flood Appeal, the proceeds from the Lancaster and York gigs will go to their respective flood relief appeals.

Rory says “It was heart breaking to see the devastation caused by the floods in Cumbria. To help out, I’m bringing a top line-up of comics for some special fund-raisers. Come along for a great evening of comedy and variety and support those hardest hit!’’

Adrian Lochhead, Director of Eden Arts, said: “This is great that Rory is keen to help Cumbria bounce back! The fact that he is kicking off his short ‘COME HELL AND HIGH WATER’ tour at The Old Fire Station, Penrith is massively appropriate. During the December flood crisis, the main part of the building was turned over to local flood relief volunteers for office space and warehousing for the huge volume of donations we received from across the UK. It’s hugely fitting that the first benefit gig Rory is performing on this mini tour is happening in one of the buildings that was so close to the action.’’

Doors open at 7.30pm, tickets are priced at £20.

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