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Enjoy a right Royle Christmas lunch with Ricky Tomlinson

There's still time to buy tickets for what promises to be a memorable afternoon of entertainment in the company of none other than Jim Royle himself!

On December 7 at the Cheltenham Regency Hotel, one of TV's most recognisable figures, Ricky Tomlinson will be joined by his great mate, comedian Gary Skyner to bring you a Christmas lunch to remember.

After keeping us entertained for over three decades in shows as diverse as Brookside and Royle Family, the former plasterer, comedian and raconteur is sure to kick start the festive season.

So, whether it's a group of friends, a work's outing or an opportunity to say thank you to clients and colleagues, it's one not to miss!

The events are organised by Aitch and Aitch Bee and sponsored by Moose Marketing and PR and Punchline-Gloucester.com.

Mark Owen, MD of Moose Marketing and PR and editor of Punchline-Gloucester said: "It is going to be a great afternoon of laughter and fun, with some great company.

"Tickets are limited, so we would urge people who would like to attend to arrange tickets as soon as possible."

Dress code will be lounge suits and dresses.

Standard tickets are £60 inclusive of VAT with individual tickets and tables of 10 available.

Ticket price includes a sumptuous three-course festive lunch.

For more details about this lunch and Aitch and Aitch Bee's other forthcoming events, call Helen Hartery-Brown on 07766 027272, email her at helen@aitchandaitchbee.buzz or visit the website at www.aitchandaitchbee.buzz.

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