COP turned comedian Alfie Moore, star of the BBC Radio 4 comedy series, ‘It’s a Fair Cop’, brings his stand-up tour show ‘Fair Cop Unleashed’ to Skipton Town Hall on Friday September 16.

The show, based on real-life events, allows the audience to relive with him the thrilling ups and downs of the night a mysterious clown came to town and more than one life ended up in the balance.

Alfie says: “It was the most frightened I have ever been in my police career and at the time no laughing matter.”

He adds: “I’ve always found Yorkshire audiences to be warm and welcoming and as a Yorkshireman myself I’m really looking forward to coming home”.

The audience is promised an evening of Alfie’s unique brand of police-based humour hilariously woven together with his personal insights into his life on the front-line of the police force. Fair Cop Unleashed is likely to be a roaring success and it’d be a crime to miss it.

Alfie Moore is a veteran of the Edinburgh Fringe Festival with his critically acclaimed sell-out shows including ‘I Predicted a Riot’, The Naked Stun’ and ‘A Fair Cop Stands Up’. He has toured his own solo shows nationally and internationally and also previously supported Rhod Gilbert, Sarah Millican, Russell Kane and Milton Jones on their national comedy tours.

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