Frank Bruno brings stories of fame and entertainment to Apex Theatre in Bury St Edmunds

PUBLISHED: 16:38 09 February 2018 | UPDATED: 16:39 09 February 2018

Frank Bruno

Frank Bruno


Ex-boxer Frank Bruno brings his stories of fame and entertainment to The Apex Theatre in Bury St Edmunds on Friday February 16.

Since his exit from the sports world he has written and released a book detailing his life and career.

In his show, ‘Let Me Be Frank’, he will talk about his sports life from starting out to becoming a well-known public figure and personality.

He’ll also discuss his charity work such as half marathons for numerous charities mainly aiming to help mental awareness campaigns and using his position to help spread awareness.

Tickets range from £30 to £50; gold tickets will allow you to meet Frank before the show for photos and autographs and also receive a copy of his latest book but places are limited.

Visit or call the box office on 01284 758000 to book. Doors 7.30pm.


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