Spend ‘an entertaining evening’ with Nigel Farage at The Princess Theatre in Hunstanton this April

PUBLISHED: 14:41 13 February 2017 | UPDATED: 14:41 13 February 2017

Spend ‘an entertaining evening’ with Nigel Farage at The Princess Theatre in Hunstanton this April. PHOTO: The Princess Theatre.

Spend ‘an entertaining evening’ with Nigel Farage at The Princess Theatre in Hunstanton this April. PHOTO: The Princess Theatre.

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Spend an ‘entertaining evening with Nigel Farage’ at The Princess Theatre in Hunstanton later this year.

Having been described as ‘the most important British politician of the last decade and the most successful’, the former UKIP leader is coming to the venue on Friday April 28.

“Unlike most politicians, Nigel Farage had a successful career in business before he stood for office, working on the city metals exchange,” say promoters.

“He gave up that career not to feather his own nest, but to campaign for a cause he believed in, becoming a founding member of the UK Independence Party (UKIP) in the early 1990s, and its first ever election candidate in 1994.

“UKIP was founded to campaign against Britain’s membership of the EU and restore its status as a free-standing, self-governing democracy with an independent voice in the councils of the world. It was not a fashionable cause among the elite politicians and privileged commentariat, but Nigel stuck by it faithfully.

“In time, he built the party up from winning a handful of votes in its early days to coming first in the European elections of 2014. One year on, he achieved a record four million votes for the party at the General Election, defying all odds to make UKIP the third-largest political force in the country.

“Nigel is widely recognised as the man whose relentless campaigning forced the ruling Conservative Party, which had been haemorrhaging votes to UKIP, to finally offer a referendum on EU membership before that General Election; a promise they were held to after winning a small and unexpected parliamentary majority.

“Nigel is credited with having been the man who won over the blue-collar, working-class voters who carried the day for the Leave movement in that referendum, refusing to shy away from the issues of immigration and quality of life which the Labour Party and the growth-at-all-costs elites running the Conservative Party had long failed to acknowledge.”

The event starts at 7.30pm.

For tickets; £25 each, visit www.thelittleboxoffice.com


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