Farewell tour for Radio Norfolk's quiz

BBC Radio Norfolk has announced the appearance of its popular comedy quiz, Should the Team Think? at Gorleston Pavilion will mark the start of its farewell tour.

BBC Radio Norfolk has announced the appearance of its popular comedy quiz, Should the Team Think? at Gorleston Pavilion will mark the start of its farewell tour.

After 18 successful years it's been decided the show will end, back where it all began, in Hunstanton in the autumn.

This year will see four outings, beginning on Friday, April 24 at Gorleston Pavilion, followed by appearances in Frettenham in July as part of their festival; in Stalham in September, to raise funds for Sutton Church and then the final bow at Hunstanton Princess at the end of October in aid of this year's Children in Need appeal.

The Gorleston Pavilion outing will benefit the Palliative Care East Appeal at the James Paget Hospital.


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With David Clayton in the chair, the panel will consist of stalwarts Sid Kipper and Keith Skipper, BBC Look East's Carol Bundock and Radio Norfolk's Canaries commentator Chris Goreham.

Inspired by the James Paget appeal the version will take on a theme of medical merriment: “Think Carry On films and Hattie Jacques,” said David Clayton.

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Tickets for Should the Team Think? on April 24 at 7.30pm priced �10, are available from Gorleston Pavilion box office on 01493-662832 or the theatre website www.gorlestonpavilion.com.

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