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Harry Redknapp to visit Maidstone bar Lashings for an evening with

By Angela Cole

Football fans have the chance to spend the evening with King of the Jungle Harry Redknapp in July.

The former football manager who was crowned the winner of ITV's I'm a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here! in December, has already staged one sell-out evening at the Marlowe Theatre in Canterbury this year.

Now he will be heading for Lashings bar in Upper Stone Street, Maidstone, on Thursday, July 18, sharing his soccer stories with fans, as part of a series of evenings with famous footballers.

Harry Redknapp is coming to Maidstone
Harry Redknapp is coming to Maidstone

The former West Ham and Spurs manager won over the nation on I'm a Celebrity with his one liners and devotion to his wife, Sandra.

On the show, he also confessed that she called him Mr Pastry after the clumsy 1950s comedian, who hailed from Maidstone.

His night at Lashings will include a Q&A with the audience. There will also be an auction during the evening.

Harry proved popular with viewers of ITV's I'm a Celebrity
Harry proved popular with viewers of ITV's I'm a Celebrity

Tickets cost from £32.50 plus a booking fee.

Other footballing legends coming up at the bar include Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink on Thursday, August 29; Ray Parlour on Thursday, September 12; Ledley King on Thursday, October 3 and Razor Ruddock on Thursday, November 14.

Harry's show at the Orchard Theatre in Dartford on Sunday, October 13, has just four single tickets left.

Book to see Harry at Lashings bar click here or on Facebook here.

For the Dartford date go to orchardtheatre.co.uk or call 01322 220000.

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