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Madness frontman Suggs brings one-man show A Life in the Realm of Madness to Maidstone and Margate in 2022


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Madness frontman and raconteur Suggs is bringing the second instalment of his autobiographical stage show to two theatres in the county next year.

Suggs - whose real name is Graham McPherson - has had worldwide hits with the ska band including One Step Beyond, Baggy Trousers and It Must Be Love in the 80s.

Suggs will be bringing his one man show to two Kent theatres Picture: Rhodes Media
Suggs will be bringing his one man show to two Kent theatres Picture: Rhodes Media

His first instalment of his one man show My Life Story, where he shares stories from his throne as King Cnut, told what led him to be the lead singer of the chart-topping 80s band.

Now he's back with Suggs: A Life In The Realm Of Madness, in which he shares the surprises waiting for him on arrival.

The 24-date tour starts in the New Year and has two Kent dates - at the Hazlitt Theatre in Maidstone on Tuesday, February 22, 2022, and Margate’s Theatre Royal on Wednesday, February 23, 2022.

He will be joined by his trusty pianist, Deano, and will tell his story in words and music, with the help of some Madness classics and his own tracks.

Tickets for Suggs: A Life In The Realm Of Madness, presented by Phil and Nigel McIntyre, and No Third Entertainment, are on sale here for Maidstone and here for Margate.

HiTide was launched at Dreamland with Norman Cook (aka Fatboy Slim) and Suggs but later was a casualty of the pandemic Picture: Matt Kent
HiTide was launched at Dreamland with Norman Cook (aka Fatboy Slim) and Suggs but later was a casualty of the pandemic Picture: Matt Kent

He was last in the county to promote the HiTide festival with Fatboy Slim, which had been due to be staged at Dreamland, but was cancelled due to Covid.

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