Paul Zerdin, the British ventriloquist and comedian and America’s Got Talent 2015 winner, will play at Hall For Cornwall on Thursday, November 9.

This brand new tour will see Paul Zerdin’s hilarious, award-winning and redefining comedy and puppetry at work, aided and abetted by his band of sharp-tongued sidekicks, the precocious Baby, cantankerous OAP Albert, cheeky pre-teen Sam, as well as two brand new characters.

Zerdin recently featured on ITV’s Good Morning Britain where he made hosts Piers Morgan and Susanna Reid his personal ventriloquist dummies, and also appeared on ITV’s Tonight at the London Palladium where he turned his teenage puppet Sam into a human teenager.

Last year was extremely busy for Zerdin, on both sides of the Atlantic. The comedian ended the year as part of a star-studded line up as Buttons in Cinderella, the London Palladium’s first pantomime in 30 years and a performance that saw high praise for Zerdin from the Radio Times, the Daily Mail , The Guardian and The Stage.

Following a spring UK and US tour, 2016 also saw Zerdin head to The Las Vegas Strip for a headline residency at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino.

Zerdin said: “2016 was such an exciting year for me and the boys – performing in Las Vegas and at venues like the London Palladium really is every entertainer’s dream. I cannot wait to get back to UK theatres later this year with Albert, Sam and Baby, who are set to be grumpier, bolder and more boisterous than ever. Hope to see you there.”

Zerdin is arguably the UK’s number one ventriloquist and made his TV debut in 1993 as the host of GMTV’s Rise and Shine. He then went on to win ITV’s The Big Big Talent Show, hosted by Jonathan Ross. Since then he has appeared on countless TV shows, and made three appearances at The Royal Variety Performance. Winning Series 10 of America’s Got Talent in September 2015, Zerdin and his sidekicks soon went viral on YouTube, receiving millions of views from around the world.

Paul Zerdin will be at the Hall For Cornwall in Truro on Thursday, November 9, at 7.30pm.

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