Star with high pitched voice heads into Southend

PUBLISHED: 14:41 12 November 2010 | UPDATED: 14:48 12 November 2010

Joe Pasquale

Joe Pasquale


HIGH PITCHED noises are set to ring throughout Southend when the big star with the little squeaky voice returns to the Cliffs Pavilion next weekend.

Hailed as one of the country’s most popular comedians, Joe Pasquale will be performing at the theatre in Station Road, Southend on Sunday November 21.

Starting 7.30pm, prepare to be in fits of laughter when the comedian returns to the theatre with his own brand of humour, expect to answer questions like why do we only use 28% of our brain power, while the other 31% lays dormant?

Plus why do birds suddenly appear....everytime you are near?

Born in 1961 in Grays, Essex, Joe dropped out of school going through a number of occupations including working at Smithfield’s market, working at the Ford factory and as an entertainer in holiday camps.

But it was when he entered into a competition called New Faces in 1987 that Joe first found his calling in life and the rest as they say is history.

Since then Joe has gone to host his own live shows including Live and Squeaky in 1996, Return of the Love Monkey in 2006 and he has annoyed audiences with his trademark song that will ‘get on your nerves’.

He has also made his name in the world of pantomime thanks to appearances in Peter Pan and Jack and the Beanstalk at the Birmingham Hippodrome.

But surprisingly it is the fourth series of I’M a celebrity Get Me Out of Here which he went on to win that really earned him some new followers.

Since then he has gone on to appear on the Weakest Link, the Paul O’ Grady show and ITV’S Ant and Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway.

He is also showing no signs of slowing down as most recently he appeared as a guest in What Do Kids Know.

Tickets cost £18.50 and are on sale from the box office on 01702 351135.

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