Reverend Richard Coles: Borderline National Trinket

Reverend Richard Coles is the only British vicar to have had a number-one hit single and to have appeared as a contestant on Strictly Come Dancing – a claim which seems unlikely to be matched any time soon. He is also a Sunday Times bestselling author, Twitter phenomenon and enormously loved broadcaster.

Sex, drugs, pop stardom, religious epiphany; love, a dream job, and the madness of grief. Some or all of this may come out as Richard lifts the lid on a life truly and truthfully lived. 

An intimate evening with a unique national treasure embarking on a first full national tour because he’s done pretty much everything else a person can do.

Seen and heard on BBC Radio 4’s Saturday Live, Would I Lie To You?, Have I Got News For You & QI, Reverend Richard Coles is often described as Britain’s most famous vicar


Praise for Richard’s previous work:

Coles is a witty, intelligent and sage raconteur with a fascinating story.
★★★★★ –
The Wee Review

The comedy equivalent of afternoon tea will leave you pleasantly entertained.
★★★★ –
The Scotsman 

Truly fascinating.
★★★★ – One4Review

[The Reverend Richard Coles] has, in his own softly spoken and modest way, become something of a national treasure.

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