The Platform in Morecambe. After 50 years in show business Roy Chubby Brown has proven himself time and time again. After 50 years in show business Roy Chubby Brown has proven himself time and time again!!
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Great night outgreat venue friendly stafftable servicegreat showfabulous evening had by all Samantha P - TripAdvisor Reviewer. I came here to watch Roy Chubby Brown. Upon arrival we were shown to our seats which we had reserved.
The Grangetown-born star has lost voice as he tries to 'get back to what I do best - making people laugh', and performed against medical advice. Comedian Roy "Chubby" Brown was forced to pull out of a gig - just days after "getting back to what I do best" following the tragic death of his son. In a turbulent time for the Teesside funnyman, Chubby hit the road again last week to perform at venues on the south coast.
Roy Chubby Brown was born in Grangetown, Middlesbrough. The son of a steelworker, life may have been tough for our Chubbs, but that only spurred him on to see the world and pursue his ambitions. After a short stint in the Merchant Navy, Roy followed his passion for music, learned to play drums, joined a band and earned his chops playing the Northern Working Men's Club circuit.
Roy Chubby Brown born Royston Vasey ;   3 February is an English stand-up comedian whose act consists of blue humour, a free speaking style and lack of concern for political correctness. Prior to his entertainment career, Vasey had a rough upbringing and left home at the age of fourteen, moving from job-to-job, eventually ending up imprisoned. Once released, he began his performing career alongside his cousins as a drummer in their band Pipeline, who mainly featured at working men's clubs.
The funeral of Martin Thomas Reilly was held yesterday and his heartbroken dad has cancelled several performances. Roy Chubby Brown has paid an emotional tribute to his son after the death of the 'lost soul who has finally found peace'. The devastated dad, 74, said his son Martin Thomas Reilly 'made him laugh and made him cry'.
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