Paul Zerdin presents new comedy “Hands Free” in Suffolk
Paul Zerdin, winner of a transatlantic talent competition, is a man who speaks to himself for a living and now he will speak to himself in front of an audience in Bury St Edmunds.
Both a stand-up comedian and a ventriloquist, Zerdin is equally at home stripping in Las Vegas or visiting intimate venues across the UK – he’s also a regular at the London Palladium for the season. panto.
Paul first gained public attention in 1996 when he won The Big Big Talent Show on ITV and in 2015 he crossed the Atlantic and won America’s Got Talent. the week.
The last show was refreshed with the introduction of new animatronic puppets inspired by his run on America’s Got Talent. He describes the show as “a fresh, funny, fast-paced – and a little edgy show.” I describe it as a stand-up comedy where I sometimes use puppets â.
Asked about the new puppets, Paul said, âThe idea with Roger is that when I did America’s Got Talent, they gave me a bodyguard and I can’t get rid of it. He’s paranoid and thinks everyone wants to have him and me.
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âThe Urban Fox stowed away in my luggage when I was packing and couldn’t go out, so he’s involved in the show now. I’ve never had animal characters and I’ve always loved the idea to have one. “
He laughs that sometimes the lines of reality get blurry and sometimes it’s confusing to know who is actually running the show.
Paul says âHands Freeâ will give audiences a glimpse of their own reality, demonstrating what it’s like to be able to have your voice heard in everyday situations where anything and everything can respond.
With masterful puppetry, animatronic magic and comedy – Paul Zerdin is at The Apex in Bury St Edmunds on October 6 at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are available at the Apex online box office or by calling 01284 758000.