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One of TV’s biggest stars Rob Brydon, who lives locally, is to make his first appearance at Teddington’s Landmark Arts Centre, it was announced tonight.

Rob, who fronts the popular BBC show Would I Lie to You? also had a cameo role in the latest box office success Barbie and made his name with James Corden in the award-winning show Gavin and Stacey.

His appearance in his one man show, Work in Progress, is a massive coup for the Landmark Arts Centre which is providing an extensive calendar of local entertainment, concerts, exhibitions and craft fairs.

Rob’s other TV credits include I’m Alan Partridge, Roald & Beatrix, Little Britain, The Brink and Oliver Twist and most recently he has portrayed the role of Lord Dudley in Amazon Prime series My Lady Jane, which will transmit next year.

He also stars alongside Steve Coogan the acclaimed travelogue series The Trip.

He has historically supported local causes and campaigns including the fund-raising to save the Landmark when it was threatened with closure during the pandemic and the efforts to save Park Lane Stables, which is due to reopen in Teddington next year.

His theatre credits include The Painkiller starring alongside Kenneth Branagh, and his previous solo shows Rob Brydon Live, A Chorus of Disapproval and I Am Standing Up. Most recently he has been touring with his solo music show A Night of Songs and Laughter.

Rob’s animation credits include Stick Man, Zog, Zog and the Flying Doctors, Room on the Broom, The Gruffalo’s Child and Super Worm.

The show will take place on November 23 and tickets will go on sale this Friday (October 27th) at 10am ranging in price from £12.50 to £35.00

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