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Dave Allen, comedian, who appeared at Coventry Theatre

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Dave Allen, comedian, who appeared at Coventry Theatre

Dave Allen, comedian, who appeared at Coventry Theatre. The Irish comic whose razor-sharp wit and merciless mocking, can topple popes and queens is quoted as saying " if God has no sense of humour, I m in trouble."
He was in Coventry for 3 nights.
27th September 1978.
Comedian
Comedy
1970s
Performer
Stage
Live
Show
Performance

Derrick Warren
Coventry Telegraph Archive

Media ID 21254721

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1978


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This print captures the iconic Dave Allen, a renowned comedian who graced the stage of Coventry Theatre with his razor-sharp wit and merciless mocking. Hailing from Ireland, Allen's comedic prowess was so formidable that even popes and queens trembled at his ability to topple them with laughter. Known for his irreverent humor, he famously quipped, "if God has no sense of humour, I'm in trouble". The image transports us back to the vibrant atmosphere of Coventry on September 27th, 1978 when Allen took center stage for three unforgettable nights. The photograph showcases him in all his glory as he delivers one-liners that would leave audiences roaring with laughter. In this snapshot frozen in time, we witness an extraordinary performer commanding the stage with confidence and charisma. His presence is electric as he captivates everyone present with his impeccable timing and delivery. As we delve into this nostalgic piece of history from the 1970s, we are reminded of how comedy transcends time and brings people together through shared joy. This print serves as a testament to Dave Allen's enduring legacy as a masterful entertainer whose live shows were nothing short of spectacular. Derrick Warren's expertly captured moment allows us to relive this remarkable performance by one of comedy's greatest talents – forever preserving it within our memories.

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