Comedian Jim Davidson set for King’s Lynn Corn Exchange return

PUBLISHED: 09:34 26 December 2017

The ‘people’s favourite comedian’, Jim Davidson, is coming to the king’s Lynn Corn Exchange in January.

The ‘people’s favourite comedian’, Jim Davidson, is coming to the king’s Lynn Corn Exchange in January.


The ‘people’s favourite comedian’, Jim Davidson, is coming to the King’s Lynn Corn Exchange for two nights in January.

Taking to ‘The Road Again’ with a new show which promises to be the antidote to this ‘PC’ world we now live in, it’s guaranteed to be outrageous and as truthful as ever.

The comedian is at the venue on Tuesday 16 and Wednesday 17 January. Both shows start at 8pm.

Tickets, £20-£24, are available from or call the box office on 01553 764864.

The show is suitable for people aged 16 and over.


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