Count Arthur Strong promotional image - Count Arthur Strong with his head enlarged to be disproportionately big with the rest of his body. He wears a brown fedora hat, black horn-rimmed spectacles, a thin, neatly-trimmed moustache, red bow-tie, white shirt and grey suit jacket. He holds his hands in front of him and he smiles with a half-open mouth. Background: Starry image of space, with a celestial glow around Count Arthur Strong.

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Count Arthur Strong in ‘And It’s Goodnight From Him’

Part one of Count Arthur Strong’s farewell tour. (Of the World. Potentially. (Certainly Jersey)).

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Having consulted with top Harley Street specialists, the St Anne’s Jombulance Brigade and Professor Twitty, that did covid, (the bald one), Count Arthur Strong has decided to gradually phase in his farewell tour over a, yet to be specified number of parts, because of the likelihood of people doing ‘Cold Turkey’ in theatres over him. Whilst partial, himself to the odd bit of cold turkey, it is banned in most theatre auditoriums, apart from in the north east, because of it getting trodden in to the carpets etc, and the cumulative smell. The management would appreciate your co-operation in this matter.

Join Arthur for this never to be forgotten start to his farewell tour in… And It’s Goodnight from Him!

Pure genius and pure tribute to the golden age of vaudeville
Bruce Dessau, Evening Standard

At every turn, his performance gives us something to marvel at
Brian Logan, The Guardian

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