Catch Dave Spikey for comedy nights at Lowther Pavilion

The ancient Phoenicians believed that the earth was carried across the sky on the back of a giant serpent.

Tuesday, 15th September 2020, 3:45 pm
Updated Tuesday, 15th September 2020, 3:48 pm
Comedian Dave Spikey
Comedian Dave Spikey

Strange concept and they also had a saying, ‘Mbarek , Gdnovski, Pergob’ which leads nicely into an ‘Audience with Dave Spikey’. There’s the chance to ask him why this saying is still possibly relevant today in the Q & A session which forms the second half of this show at Lowther Pavilion on October 29 and 30. Other questions to ask could focus on trivia such as the first record he bought, his weirdest gig, his phobias, pet hates and most embarrassing moments or discover how after working for 32 years as a biomedical scientist he ended up singing ‘Walking on Sunshine’ in the pouring rain on a Farnworth Car Park dressed as a giant berry. www.lowtherpavilion.co.uk