Freelance writer and poet from London; if you would like to read my poetry, please check out my book, 'Poems on the Page', available from goo.gl/Ta4oAX.
Nice to See You, to See You Nice
He's been entertaining Britain for seventy years, kept the nation dancing for a decade, and holds the world record in catchphrases. He's your favourite, he's my favourite, he's none other than Bruce Forsyth.
Yes, good old Brucie has been good to us: converting points to prizes, giving us a cuddly toy, and filling our primetime schedule with nothing but laughs. Sure, his jokes may be corny, but just like him, they never get old.
If you have ever dreamed of the chance at seeing this seasoned entertainer on more than just a view screen, don't miss out on the opportunity to see his live show at The Royal Albert Hall. With tickets at either £50.75 or £71.50, seats are not cheap, but after high praise from last year's show, people seem to think it is worth it.
Brucie has universal appeal and bridges the gap between the generations so that the entire family can have a good time. He'll be telling timeless jokes, and performing song and dance routines, featuring music from his EMI album, These Are My Favourites.
If you don't live in London, don't worry, Sir Bruce will also be performing in Birmingham at Symphony Hall on the 30th May, and at The Lowry in Salford Quays on the 23rd May.