Tweedy the Clown gears up for new show at The Roses
COULROPHOBIA. The fear of clowns.
You wonder how anyone could feel that way towards Tweedy, surely one of the nation's favourites clowns – and unsurpassed superstar of the recent Everyman panto Dick Whittington.
For those of you who don't recoil at the sight of a brightly-coloured nose, make your way to The Roses in Tewkesbury.
Tweedy (pictured right) has a new show, and judging by the plot, there is ample opportunity for plenty of laughs.
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Lost Property is a show about a clown who gives into society and gets a real job.
Not knowing who he is any more, Tweedy gets a job in a lost property office to try and find himself.
All very deep, right? Well, not really.
The consequences of asking a clown to run an office are hilarious – the lost property in his possession seem to develop lives of its own and, allied with his own body rebelling against him, he is constantly prevented from answering the ringing telephone.
In this one-man, family show, Tweedy illustrates an impressive repertoire of comedic talents which have made him one of the most respected and popular clowns the country has to offer.
Beloved by circus-goers everywhere, Scottish-born Alan 'Tweedy' Digweed is at The Roses next Wednesday from 2.30pm. Call 01684 295074.