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All news /  2014-04-07 20:15:26 / 

Michael Patrick McGill

Date / 2014-04-07 20:15:26

Comic Patrick Monahan of Middlesbrough and event actor Frank Turner, declared as the folk-punk singer, are coming back Red Dreams of Hartlepool, as per in the Whitby Street South. Frank has bannered both the Wembley arenas and O2, had best billing at the Reading and Leeds festivals and their newest album Tape Deck Heart has completely sold over 200,000 copies up to now, coming to the charts of UK at 2nd number and the chart of iTunes at the 1st number.

Patrick seemed on the Splash of ITV and triumphed Show Me The Funny in the year 2011 and he is a usual on the circuit of UK comedy.

He is even a popular face at Flix Comedy Club of Hartlepool. The support of celebrities comes as the Red Dreams, available by Ian McManus and Dawn in the memory of Kyle, the son of 16 year, who expired from a brain hemorrhage in the year 2007, start their latest venue known by the name of The Pluto Room on 11 Apr, Friday.

This is the extension of their current base as well as primarily provides the performance venue for the young people, along with the stage, sound as well as lights and even provides training, exhibitions, seminars as well as courses.

Monahan at the same time returns to hotel George in the South Molton along with their new family during the stand-up show, the Cake Charmer. Most loveable Teessider that likes to hug and eat cake is even known for the anecdotes as well as exclusive charm. We were delighted to welcome about Patrick that is appearing on live ever since before he was huge TV star however specifically he also wish to come along and even play the venue, said Cathy Doel the owner of Hotel George.