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Mushy peas lead to TV mischief!

PUBLISHED: 15:07 06 March 2008 | UPDATED: 10:33 03 July 2010

COASTAL Kitchens TV chef, Chris Coubrough, got more than he bargained for when he visited the Hippodrome Circus, Great Yarmouth last year.

You can see the hilarious results on Anglia TV on Thursday at 7.

COASTAL Kitchens TV chef, Chris Coubrough, got more than he bargained for when he visited the Hippodrome Circus, Great Yarmouth last year.

You can see the hilarious results on Anglia TV on Thursday at 7.30pm. Chris's tour of the east coast reached Yarmouth where he visited the market place for chips and then cooked a special fish dish for the Hippodrome Circus artistes.

Circus boss Peter Jay said: “Clive Webb took one look at the bowl of mushy peas that he had prepared for the artistes and I knew exactly what was going through his mind. He had been notorious Phantom Flan Flinger from Chris Tarrant's Tiswas TV show.

“We will all have to wait until next Thursday to see the messy results, but we all enjoyed Chris's cooking.”

Hit comedy duo Clive Webb and Danny Adams return for their annual Circus Hilarious show at the Hippodrome this Easter.

Their new show Aquaphobia has been touring theatres nationwide and they arrive at the Hippodrome in Great Yarmouth for the Easter break, from Good Friday (March 21) until Tuesday, March 25. There are two shows daily at 2.30 and 6.30.

Clive and Danny will return in July for Jack and Peter Jay's Summer Spectacular. In the meantime their fans can get a hilarious dose of comedy for the Easter break in this all-new show, which also features clown cousin Timoni, Hungarian circus superstar Balarz, the Clown Force rock band and the Circus Hilarious Dancers.

Bookings on 01493 844172. Prices are adults £11, children £8 and OAPs £9, family ticket £34 (two adults and two children).


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